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Vojno delo
2008, vol. 60, br. 4, str. 33-49
jezik rada: srpski
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Interes Srbije u evroatlantskim integracijama
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Sažetak

Projekat razvoja samostalne Evropske politike bezbednosti i odbrane (European Security and Defense Policy - ESDP) koji funkcioniše kao posebni deo Zajedničke spoljne i bezbednosne politike EU (EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy - CFSP), treba posmatrati kao izazov da se unaprede odbrambene mogućnosti evropskih zemalja. S tim u vezi, transparentno je prikazan odnos ESDP i NATO, (preklapanje, saradnja ili nadmetanje, zajednička vizija bezbednosti, EU kao globalni igrač), odnosno Srbija između ESDP i NATO. Na osnovu analize stanja navedenih vrednosti tih odnosa u članku je posmatrano i to u kojoj meri za Srbiju evroatlantske integracije donose dodatnu bezbednost, istaknutiju ulogu na međunarodnoj sceni, a iznad svega mogućnost da sa drugim zemljama članicama EU ' sedi za stolom za odlučivanje' i tako doprinosi sopstvenoj i opštoj bezbednosti.

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