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2007, vol. 59, iss. 3, pp. 103-126
Denationalization process and security
Ministarstvo odbrane, Beograd
Abstract
The paper discusses the problem of a national state authority decline caused by the changes resulting from intermingling of national and transnational forces and processes. Due to evolving global interconnections and growing influence of international and above-national organizations and collectivity the dynamics of the society has been changed indicating a significant reduction of the competencies of a state. The insistence of neoliberal concept advocates to subject the organization of contemporary societies to the requirements of global market spurred a powerful process of the state marginalization, particularly in providing the social security, safety and protection of its citizens, which are its primary functions. A consequence of newly created conditions is the incapability of the state to govern and manage the life of its citizens and the intrastate relations, which causes higher instability and lower security, emerging of ethic and religious conflicts, as well as terrorism and proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
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