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2016, vol. 68, iss. 5, pp. 288-305
Global processes and their effect on economy and security
Generalštab Vojske Srbije, Uprava za planiranje i razvoj (J-5)
Abstract
One of unavoidable topics worldwide, especially since the second half of the 20th century, has been globalization. Privatization, in addition to other measures, carried out under the pressure of neo-liberal doctrine (economic concept of globalization) and in the interest of big capital (multinational companies as one of the globalization actors), yielded contradictory results: on the one hand, the economic superiority, and on the other, social inferiority and increase of non-security. Social inequalities, large social differences, poverty, unemployment, wars, cultural lag, constant political and economic crises, corrupt and criminalized authorities, institutional disorganization, etc., are consequences of global processes, in particular in the economy, which were carried out in the interests of big capital of developed economies of the West. Poor countries have been most affected by the effects of social inequality, where it particularly has grown in size. Even the most developed countries are not immune to global changes. The deficit created in the sphere of security, caused by contemporary risks and threats emerged under the influence of contradictory forces of globalization, cannot be resolved without indivisible and integrated security response. The dangers of traditional and new risks and threats need to be seriously taken, and a new response, based on the integration of national and regional security concepts, rapidly shaped.
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