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EVROPSKE INTEGRACIJE

SRBIJA I POLITIKA USLOVLAJVANJA EVROPSKE UNIJE

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Predmet ovog članka jeste politika uslovljavanja koja predstavlja srž odnosa između država i međunarodnih organizacija. Najpre se pristupa definisanju pojma uslovljavanja a zatim se prelazi na proučavanje politike uslovljavanja Evropske unije koja predstavlja najuspešniji oblik uslovljavanja. Osnovna hipoteza je da uspešnost politike proširenja EU počiva upravo na politici uslovljavanja. U drugom delu članka analizira se (ne)uspešnost EU uslovljavanja na području Zapadnog Balkana sa posebnim akcentom na slučaj Srbije. Cilj rada jeste da pomoću teorijske analize zajedno sa analizom praktičnog funkcionisanja EU uslovljavanja pokuša da pojasni koliki su realni dometi ove politike. Smisao politike uslovljavanja EU nalazi se u njenoj osnovnoj karakteristici principu „štapa i šargarepe“ pomoću koga ona utiče na poželjno ponašanje svih onih država koje se nalaze u čekaonici za članstvo.

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