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2013, vol. 65, iss. 4, pp. 169-183
Security negotiation
aMinistarstvo odbrane Republike Srbije
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Security Studies, Serbia

emailmiroslav.mitrovic@mod.gov.rs, landol@eunet.rs
Project:
Cost-effective selection of new technologies and concepts of defense through social reforms and strategic orientations of Serbia in 21. century (MESTD - 47029)

Keywords: security negotiation; negotiations in conflicts; negotiations with terrorists; negotiations in security integrations; strategic negotiation
Abstract
Contemporary security challenges, risks and threats represent a resultant of the achieved level of interaction between various entities within the paradigm of global security relations. Asymmetry and nonlinearity are main features of contemporary challenges in the field of global security. Negotiation in the area of security, namely the security negotiation, thus goes beyond just the domain of negotiation in conflicts and takes into consideration particularly asymmetric forms of possible sources of security threats. Also, there is a need for the development of negotiation strategies for the issues related to the integration and co-operation in the area of security, within either European, other regional, or global scope. In particular, it is necessary to recognize the preemptive role of negotiation in preventing all types of conflicts.
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