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2021, vol. 18, iss. 2, pp. 175-184
Cultural diplomacy and its role in the protection of cultural wealth
Megatrend University, Faculty of Law, Public Administration and Security, Belgrade

emailanikmarkovic@gmail.com, vbaltezarevic@megatrend.edu.rs
Project:
Ovaj rad je rezultat projekta FPISKL Materijalno i duhovno blago Kosova i Metohije - pravni aspekt. Projekat je pokrenut sporazumom Pravnog fakulteta sa Institutom za srpsku kulturu, Leposavić

Keywords: diplomacy; diplomats; negotiations; cultural diplomacy; destroying; cultural wealth; recognition and identification
Abstract
This scientific paper analyzes cultural diplomacy and its role in the protection of cultural wealth, which is essential for the recognition and identification of a nation, culture, territory. In the research and writing of the scientific paper, the method of analysis, the historical method and the inductive-deductive method were used. Thereby, the result was that in the distant past it was debated and appealed to practice cultural diplomacy and to conventionally prescribe how states should behave, ie not to endanger, destroy or damage the cultural wealth of the endangered state. Such conventions, instructions and declarations have been created, accepted, ratified, but still, there are military attacks aimed at achieving territorial domination, which directly endangers the cultural wealth of the states. This means that weaknesses in cultural diplomacy still exist and it is necessary to work towards overcoming them. In this scientific research, we will pay special attention to the use of cultural diplomacy in the protection of the cultural treasures of the Serbian people in Kosovo and Metohija.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Professional Paper
DOI: 10.5937/MegRev2102175N
received: 15/04/2021
accepted: 21/04/2021
published in SCIndeks: 10/12/2021
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