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2005, vol. 57, iss. 3, pp. 24-33
Stability operation in Southeast Europe
The region of Southeast Europe has been considered as latently the most dangerous regarding the stability of the continent, and this instability may be an introduction to large-scale problems. In different areas of Southeast Europe UN missions have been established, such as UNMIK, SFOR (EUFOR), and others. Is it possible to conduct a general stability operation in this region under the auspices of EU, and what would be its range.
Vajdenfeld, V., Vesels, V., ur. (2003) Evropa od A do Š - priručnik za evropsku integraciju. Beograd: Fondacija Konrad Adenauer


article language: Serbian
document type: Paper
published in SCIndeks: 02/06/2007

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