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2017, vol. 69, iss. 6, pp. 122-138
The most important security restrictive agreements of the Republic of Serbia
Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo i PVO, 204. vazduhoplovna brigada
Abstract
In the last twenty-five years, the Republic of Serbia and its entire society have survived an extremely turbulent historical period - the period of bloody civil war, the dissolution of a single state, economic collapse and numerous negative social changes. Nevertheless, it was also a period of rapid democratic changes, the return of the Republic of Serbia to the international scene and, most importantly, the period in which social and political reforms were initiated. Nowadays Serbia has to be stabilized in security terms. An accurate assessment of the content, quality and scope of the security sector reform in the Republic of Serbia is possible only after solving several theoretical, methodological and hierarchical problems. The primary methodological problem is the lack of procedures and instruments for reliable measurement of the scope of the security sector reform. The secondary methodological problem is the way of determining the time point that represents the beginning of the security sector reform in the Republic of Serbia. In theory, it is necessary to answer the complex question of the conditionality of the scope and content of the security sector reform in the Republic of Serbia and the consequences of the civil war in the territory of the former SFRY. Nevertheless, regardless of all the abovementioned theoretical and methodological limitations, the overall scope of the security sector reform is restricted by the numerous security restrictive agreements that the Republic of Serbia has signed since 1995 until today. Only by signing the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Serbia (FRY), as the guarantor of its implementation, has been conditioned in security terms for the first time by the relationship of the security capacities of the countries of the region that are signatories of the same agreement. The subject of this paper is the impact of the contents of the six 'greatest', that is the most important security agreements that the Republic of Serbia has signed over the last twenty years. These are: the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina - 'Dayton Peace Agreement', 'Kumanovo Agreement', a status of forces agreement (SOFA), the Treaty on the destruction and prohibition of the existing weapons, the Vienna Document and the Partnership for Peace Program.
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article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
DOI: 10.5937/vojdelo1706122V
published in SCIndeks: 23/08/2018

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