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NATO and Southeast Europe Prof.dr.sc. Lidija Čehulić-Vukadinović
Bipolar System Two members of NATO (Greece and Turkey) Two members of “Warsaw Pact” (Romania and Bulgaria) Two members of Non-Aligned Movement (SFRJ and Albania) status quo
New world order Region is being redefined Romania, Bulgaria – towards Euro - Atlantic integration (NATO, EU) SFRJ – brakedown - war -Slovenia towards EA integration
During the war on the territory of former Yugoslavia, this area of the world is the most isolated part of Europe
The Western Balkan Year Former Yugoslavia, minus Slovenia, plus Albania Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania working on they acceptance in NATO and EU
Croatia Invited into NATO membership Most probably in 2009., SAD and Hungary ratified counteract
Bosnia-Herzegovina Unsolved question of the state sovereignty Revision of Dayton counteract
Serbia PfP → after fall of Milosevic Main problem political instability
Montenegro Riga 2006., → PfP Intensive individual dialogue with NATO Public opinion: Russia or NATO?
Albania Invited in the NATO 95% of population: YES to NATO
Macedonia Member of the Atlantic charter Was not invited because its name, exclusive
Conclusions Region is approaching to NATO “First step” for EU Region is not any more “black hole” Still – the most turbulent part of Europe
Unresolved questions Territorial (Kosovo, Bosnia-Herzegovina) Political (Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina) Corruption The role of low
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European Union. Refresher Market: the interaction of buyers and sellers exchanging goods and services Trade: the process of buying, selling, or exchanging.
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Key Issue #3: Why Do States Cooperate with Each Other? Supranationalism – movement of countries to organize for political, economic, military, and/or cultural.
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