The Phenomenon of Security versus Europeanization, Globalization and Other Transnational Phenomena

Rajkovchevski, Rade (2011) The Phenomenon of Security versus Europeanization, Globalization and Other Transnational Phenomena. In: Globalisation, Europeanization and Other Transnational Phenomena, International Conference Proceedings. Budapest College of Communication and Business, Aszód, Hungary, pp. 183-200. ISBN 978-615-5164-033

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In the world’s history, the transnational phenomena were not unknown. Disparate in the past when the power and interests of the great empires defined the world’s map, today the globalization is motivated by the rapid social development of countries, from their desires for wider international cooperation and by the efforts funded on keeping of peace and stability. In relatively peaceful Europe, Europeanization and globalization have become part of integration processes’ policies. That, in last decade had strengthened the initiatives of regional and global connectivity of countries on political, security, economic and other social basis.
The motives for regional and international unification could be interpreted in multiple ways, i.e. in order to: achieve free movement of people and goods; united economic, political and security action in Europe in the case of EU; ensuring a high degree of security, dispersion of the national interests and domination in the international space through the most sophisticated collective security system - NATO; to accelerate democratic processes; enabling the rule of law; strengthening the fight against all forms of organized crime, and maybe (subconsciously) because of the release of historical barriers existed on the old continent and beyond.
The paper is devoted to the analysis of security in Europe, as the phenomenon of globalization within existing instruments that offer the security strategies of EU and NATO, memberships in regional security initiatives and anti-terrorist coalition. It also addresses the reasons that impose the need for joint security activities of the countries against security threats.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Political science
Divisions: Faculty of Security
Depositing User: Prof. Dr. Rade Rajkovchevski
Date Deposited: 05 Nov 2022 07:09
Last Modified: 13 Nov 2022 12:10

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