Metrics

  • citations in SCIndeks: 0
  • citations in CrossRef:0
  • citations in Google Scholar:[]
  • visits in previous 30 days:1
  • full-text downloads in 30 days:0

Contents

article: 8 from 23  
Back back to result list
2013, vol. 3, iss. 6, pp. 103-112
Possibility for improving the cooperation between Serbia and the Republic of Srpska
Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade
Project:
Serbia in contemporary international relations: Strategic development orientations and consolidation of Serbia’s position in international integration processes – foreign policy, international economic, legal and security aspects (MESTD - 179029)

Keywords: Serbia; Republic of Srpska; improved cooperation; the Balkans; Drina
Abstract
Serbia, as the legal successor of the SRY, which was one of the signatories of the Dayton Peace Agreement, and pursuant to the Constitution (Article 13), is obliged to work on the improvement of relations among Serbs, it must guarantee the rights of the Serbian people in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while it is also encouraged to improve the relations between the Republic of Srpska and Republic of Serbia. Serbs on the both sides of the Drina River also have a vital need for better cooperation, in order to be able to jointly and favourably influence the realization of interests of the Serbian people. Parallel relations may be developed and complemented by cultural and educational cooperation, through the encouragement of further economic cooperation and joint appearance on third markets. On the bilateral and multilateral level, Serbia should always bear in mind the interest of political autonomy of the Serbian people in BH, taking into account the historical fact of instability of political arrangement and variability of borders. On the other hand, these facts do not hinder the commitment of Serbia nor of the Republic of Srpska to the compliance with international agreements and international law in general. Thus, better starting points for the preservation and future strengthening of the Serbian people on both sides of the Drina River are established.
References
*** Stabilisation and Association Agreement Between the European Communities and their Member States of the One Part, and the Republic of Serbia, of the Other Part. CE/SE/en 21
*** (2013) in: 3241st FOREIGN AFFAIRS Council meeting Brussels, 27 May, Council of the European Union
*** Vlada prihvatila Prvi sporazum o principima koji regulišu normalizaciju odnosa. http://www.srbija.gov.rs/vesti/vest.php?id=188407, 24/04/2013
*** (2003) Intervju premijera Zorana Đinđića Večernjim Novostima 6. marta 2003 - Srbija nije žeton za plaćanje dugova. NSPM, http://starisajt.nspm.rs/PrenetiTekstovi/arhivanspm/2008_djindjic 1vn2003.htm, 12/05/2013
Dragojlović, N., Đukanović, D., Sretenović, Ž., ur. (2011) Predlog platforme za alternativnu spoljnu politiku Foruma za međunarodne odnose, spoljna politika Srbije - strategije i dokumenta. Beograd: Evropski pokret u Srbiji, str. 260-275
Gajić, A., Janković, S. Četiri stuba srpske spoljne politike. in: Đukanović Dragan, Jončić Miloš [ed.] Spoljna politika Srbije i zajednička spoljna i bezbednosna politika EU, Institut za međunarodnu politiku i privredu Beograd, str. 175-198
Janković, S. (2008) Strategy for the Developing and Underdeveloped countries: Relations with North Africa and the Middle East. in: Stojić Karanović Edita, Janković Slobodan [ed.] Elementi strategije spoljne politike Srbije, Beograd: Institut za međunarodnu politiku i priovredu, str. 349-360
Schwab, K., ur. (2012) The global competitiveness report 2012-2013. World Economic Forum, Internet, http://www3.weforum.org/docs/WEF_GlobalCompetitivenessReport_2012-13.pdf
Tadić, B. (2007) Diplomatska ofanziva Srbije. Subota, 24. mart, http://www.mtsmondo.com/news/world/story.php?vest=51449, 30/03/2009
Vučić (2013) Promena Ustava Srbije će biti uslov za EU. Novi magazin, 11.05, Internet, http://www.novimagazin.rs/vesti/vucic-promena-ustava-srbije-ebiti-uslov-za-eu, skinuto: 12/05/2013
 

About

article language: Serbian
document type: Preliminary Report
DOI: 10.7251/POL1306103J
published in SCIndeks: 21/03/2017

Related records

No related records