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Bezbednost Zapadnog Balkana
Western Balkans Security Observer

Publishing House: Beogradski centar za bezbednosnu politiku
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 1452-6050
Status: Ceased Publication

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Short Description

The Western Balkans Security Observer has changed its name to Journal of Regional Security (JRS) starting with 2012. The Western Balkans Security Observer is a publication emerged in the academic community of the Belgrade School of Security Studies, Serbia. The editors of Western Balkans Security Observer would like to publish the papers of researchers newly introduced to security studies, as well as articles of already affirmed authors. We therefore call upon all interested in security theory or practice, and especially regional security topics, to send their papers to the Belgrade School of Security Studies. The Centre for Civil-Military Relations promotes the public and responsible participation of civil society in increasing the security of the citizens and state based on modern democracy principles, as well as security cooperation with neighbouring countries and Serbia’s integration into the Euro-Atlantic community. Belgrade School of Security Studies is a special division of the Centre for Civil-Military Relations set up to carry out systematic research and promote academic advancement of young researchers thus contributing to the development of security studies in Serbia. The Centre for Civil-Military Relations publishes the quarterly journals Bezbednost Zapadnog Balkana and Western Balkans Security Observer.