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          • Year: 2002
          • Partnership for Peace, Yugoslavia Making Decision to Join

          • 19. august 2002. - Occassional paper No. 1 Željko Ivaniš, PhD, Faculty of Civil Defence, Belgrade, 2001

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          «Partnership for peace» is a NATO initiative started in 1994, for expanding defence cooperation in the countries of Middle and Eastern Europe. The specificity of the partnership is that it does not guarantee the defence in the case of attack, but it relates only to the military cooperation. All European countries are today included in "Partnership for Peace», except Bosnia and Hercegovina and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. In the FRY there is a strong psychologic animosity towards NATO due to the bombing in 1999. On the other side, decision makers on the possible Yugoslavia’s request to join Euro-Atlantic military-political structure demand, as conditions of acceptance, certain processes and actions, particularly cooperation of Yugoslav government with the Hague Tribunal. Rational political reasons direct decision makers in Yugoslavia to search for the ways of the FRY inclusion in "Partnership for Peace".

           

          Key words:

          Partnership for Peace, NATO, international military-political relations, military-politcal position of the FRY

        • Tags: Partnership for Peace, nato, international military-political relations, military-politcal position of the FRY
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