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Academic event 2011

14 September 2011 | Pre-event
9:00 - 10:30

Security Challenges in the Western Balkans

The Conflict and its Aftermath in South Serbia – Social and Ethnic Relations, Agency and Belonging in Presevo and Bujanovac‚ 

Jana Baćević‚ Faculty of Media and Communications & Central European University

What Makes Kosovo a Weak State?‚ 

Marius Calu‚ Queen Mary/University of London, UK


Zora Popova‚ University of Bath, UK

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10:45 - 12:15

Peace-Building and State-Building in the Western Balkans

State Security vs. Global Security: Conflict Resolution in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Lessons Learned‚ 

Miruna Troncota‚ National School for Political and Administrative Studies, Romania

State-Building Process and Nationalism in the Western Balkan (Theoretical Aspects)‚ 

Oksana Usatenko‚ Institute of World Economy and International Relations/National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (IWEIR), Ukraine

The Social Capital as a Security Factor‚ 

Zora Ivanova Popova‚ University of Bath, UK


Marius Calu‚ Queen Mary/University of London, UK

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13:00 - 14:30

Security Sector Reform in the Balkans

Failure of Power: Police Reform in Bosnia‚ 

Cvete Konekska‚ University of Oxford, UK

DCAF and SSR in Bulgaria‚ 

Nikolay Pavlinov Pavlov‚ Centre for National Security and Defense Research/Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria

The Evolution Civil-Military Relations and Democratization in the Balkans‚ 

Nihat Celik‚ Kadir Has University, Turkey

The Public Has No Right to Know: Is Transperancy Good for Reaching Peace?‚ 

Marko Savković‚ Belgrade Centre for Security Policy, Serbia


Katerina Gachevska‚ Birmingham City University

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14:45 - 16:15

Foreign and Security Policies in the Balkans

Between Neutrality and Ambiguity: Serbia and NATO‚ 

Vujo Ilić‚ FPS, University of Belgrade


Cvete Koneska‚ University of Oxford

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16:30 - 18:00

The Balkans in the European Security Architecture

NATO Enlargement and Security in the Balkans‚ 

Dessie Zagorcheva‚ Columbia University, USA

Implications of state-building on regional security dynamics within Regional Security Complex Theory‚ 

Marko Kovačević‚ Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade

The Western Balkans and the EU in Multilateral Organisations: Measuring Europeanisation and Understanding the Politics of Alignment‚ 

Florent Marciacq‚ University of Luxembourg/University of Vienna, Luxembourg/Austria


Alper Kaliber‚ Yasar University, Turkey

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