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Politeia
2019, vol. 9, br. 18, str. 67-87
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 16/04/2020
doi: 10.5937/politeia0-24348
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Shvatanje spoljnih odnosa federativnih jedinica i regiona
University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations, Conflict Analysis Research Center (CARC), Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom

e-adresa: nsajic@yahoo.com

Sažetak

Ovaj rad detaljno istražuje glavne teme, koje su se pojavile u akademskom izučavanju spoljnih odnosa sub-državnih entiteta. Na početku, rad istražuje definicije spoljnih odnosa i međunarodnih aktivnosti federativnih jedinica i regiona i daje kratak istorijski pregled kada i kako su se sub-državne jedinice pojavile na međunarodnoj sceni; drugim riječima, rad razmatra osnove za njihovo međunarodno prisustvo i prikazuje kako su promjene u međunarodnim odnosima storile prostor za nove aktere. Rad dalje analizira zašto federativne jedinice i regioni stupaju u spoljne odnose, uključujući njihove motive, pobude i strategije. Rad takođe istražuje ulogu nacionalizma i separatizma u međunarodnim aktivnostima federativnih jedinica i regiona. Kakve su reakcije centralnih vlasti i koje mjere mogu da poduzmu protiv sub-državnih jedinica takođe se razmatraju u ovom radu. Učešće regiona i federativnih jedinica u međunarodnim organizacijama analiziraju se takođe u ovom radu.

Ključne reči

paradiplomatija; diplomatija; sub-državni akteri; federalizam; federativne jedinice; regioni; međunaroni odnosi; diplomatski alati; nacionalizam; separatizam; međunarodne organizacije

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