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SAVREMENA BEZBEDNOST

SPOLJNA I BEZBEDNOSNA POLITIKA EU U SVETLU SOCIJALNOG KONSTRUKTIVIZMA

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Autor u ovom članku razmatra doprinos socijalnog kon­struktivizma objašnjenju razvoja spoljne i bezbednosne politi­ke EU Šta je to što socijalni konstruktivizam čini pogodnim za istraživanje procesa evropske integracije? Konstruktivizam smatra da evropska integracija, kao proces, ima «transformativni» uticaj na evropski sistem i njene konstitutivne elemente. Proces evropske integracije se menjao tokom godina, i samim tim i identiteti država članica koji su promenili njihove inte­rese. Konstruktivizam podvlači značaj ove promene, koji je ostao «nevidljiv» u pristupima koji zanemaruju procese formiranja identiteta i koji smatraju da interese država strogo određuje struktura međunarodnog sistema. Ipak, čini se da ovaj pristup nije dovoljno iskorišćen u proučavanju spoljne i bezbednosne po­litike EU. Članak je podeljen u tri dela. U prvom, autor se bavi osnovnim odlikama konstruktivizma kao pristupa u međunarodnim odnosima. U drugom delu biće razmatrano konstruktivističko objašnjenje razvoja spoljne i bezbednosne politike EU. Konačno, u trećem delu, autor će nastojati da ukaže na neke slabosti socijalnog konstruktivizma u objašnjenju razvoja spoljne i bezbednosne politike.

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