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Sociologija globalne politike i budućnost regija na Balkanu
Loughborough University, UK
Ključne reči: pristupanje; Balkan; neoliberalni Konstruktivizam; mreža političkih tela,međunarodni poredak; politička imaginacija; regionalizam; zajednica sigurnosti
Sažetak
Tekuća rasprava o globalizaciji previđa sve veću međuzavisnost sveta u čijem stvaranju učestvuje. Svest o globalnom društvu postavlja izazov tradicionalnim definicijama. One su na Balkanu dovele do unutrašnjih podela da bi se ostvarila bezbednost i zaštita identiteta. Međutim, ovaj rad istražuje noviju literaturu iz sociologije međunarodnih odnosa i nudi mogući model za otklanjanje sadašnjeg (značenjskog) zastoja u ovoj regiji. Istraživanje ponovo obrađuje i redefiniše koncept poretka kao obrasca samoodrživih predviđanja zasnovanih na njegova tri aspekta: solidarnosti, regulativnosti i sigurnosti. Ovaj rad predlaže neoliberalni konstruktivizam kao način da se poredak u Jugoistočnoj Evropi skicira kao zajednica sigurnosti. Cilj ovih teoretskih razmatranja jeste da se procesi utvrđivanja politike i donošenja odluka u regionu prožmu mogućnostima koje proističu iz kooperacije i izgradnje zajednice u procesu pristupanja evroatlantskim strukturama (npr. EU i NATO). Održivost kolektivnog balkanskog identiteta u ovom procesu može se izvesti putem političke imaginacije, oblika retorskog praxis-a, koji označava reprezentacijsku silu koja reguliše zajednicu sigurnosti. Implicira se da, mada danas Jugoistočna Evropa predstavlja otrcan termin za nestabilnost, sociologija globalne politike nudi moguću opciju za miroljubivu koegzistenciju u ovoj regiji.
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