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        • Summary:

          The issue opens with two texts dealing with the influence of globalisation on the autonomy and functional capacity of the state. The next two papers deal with the building of new states in the conditions of globalisation.

          Dejan Pavlović examines the inter-dependence between international law and international politics in the process of state building, particularly the role of international law as an instrument for the improvement of quality of democratic institutions in the so-called weak states.

          The texts of Marko Kovačević and Miruna Troncota look at the regional dynamics of state-building, focusing on the role of the European Union as an external actor in the Western Balkans. The last two texts in this issue deal even more directly with the problem of post-Yugoslav state-building.

          Contents:

          • EDITOR’S WORD

          Filip Ejdus, Svetlana Đurđević-Lukić

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 1-5
           

          • IS GLOBALIZATION A CHALLENGE OR A THREAT TO NATION-STATES AS A DOMINANT FORM OF POLITY?

          Nikola Lakić

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 6-17.
           

          • JUSTIFICATION OF CRITICISM OF GLOBALIZATION FROM THE NATIONSTATE PERSPECTIVE

          Nikola Jović

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 18-29.
           

          • CREATION OF A NEW STATE IN GLOBALIZATION ERA: A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION?

          Mladen Stojadinović

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 30-41.
           

          • INTERNATIONAL LAW AND STATE-BUILDING

          Dejan Pavlović

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 42-51.
           

          • THE INFLUENCE OF STATE-BUILDING ON SECURITY DYNAMICS WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF REGIONAL SECURITY COMPLEX THEORY

          Marko Kovačević

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 52-63.
           

          • “BALKANIZATION OF THE EUROPEANIZATION PROCESS”:HOW STATE-BUILDING WAS AFFECTED BY AXIOLOGICAL MATTERS IN THE WESTERN BALKANS

          Miruna Troncotă

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 64-90.
           

          • DISSOLUTION, WAR, SANCTIONS AND STATE-BUILDING IN THE POST-YUGOSLAV REGION

          Marko Žilović

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 91-103.
           

          • 'RIGHT-SIZING' AND 'RIGHT-PEOPLING' THE STATE IN THE POST-YUGOSLAV SPACE

          Zoran Čirjaković

          Western Balkans Security Observer, 6(21), pp. 104-115.

        • Tags: Globalization, state building, nation states, regional security complex, Security of Western Balkan, Yugoslavia, international law, security challenges, regional security, Western Balkans
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