ТЕОРИЈА И ПРАКСА ''ШАРЕНИХ РЕВОЛУЦИЈА'
Author(s): Miroslav Mladenović, Jelena G. Ponomareva, Zoran Kilibarda
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF „COLORFUL“ REVOLUTIONS
Subject(s): Politics and society, Evaluation research, Globalization, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: Српско социолошко друштво
Keywords: “colorful revolution“; globalisation; democracy; „soft power“; „Arab spring“;
Summary/Abstract: The world, in terms of globalization did not become more stable and predictable. Its main characteristics today are: turbulence, insecurity, and growth potential for conflicts. The most important expression of compression of clamps of turbulence becomes events from 2011. Years, in many countries of North Africa and the Middle East, called the ''Arab revolutions''. For some, these events are coincidental and spontaneous protest ''dreamers of democracy'', while for others it is a result of the planned implementation of projects for a global reorganization of the world. Besides the difference in the value perception of ‘’colored revolutions’’, among theorists there is no agreement even on issues of their target orientation and of their relationship to democracy, social reasonableness, and especially of compatibility of goals and the methods for their realizations.
- Issue Year: 46/2012
- Issue No: 4
- Page Range: 513-533
- Page Count: 21
- Language: Serbian