Selma Delalic

Selma Delalic
International BURCH University · Department of International Relations and European Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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The aim of this paper is to shed light on the dominant theoretical paradigms and show their sustainability in the last 150 years, following the historical context of the interrelationship between politics and war. Starting from Clausewitz’s thesis on war as a continuation of politics by other, violent means, the paper thematizes the dominant wars i...
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The paper elaborates on the history of the Russian foreign policy towards Serbia, with special emphasis on the national interests of the Russian state, which, in addition to undoubtedly strong traditional cultural and historical ties between the two Orthodox nations, still significantly guide Russian policies towards Serbia. In other words, the sub...
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This paper situates the 2008 Global Financial Crisis into the wider historical context to argue that the roots of the crisis can be traced back to the dominant economic ideology in the West during the 1970s. It shows that the corresponding financial policies, implemented by the powerful western economies during the four decades that preceded the cr...
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We live in a constantly changing world. The scope and diversity of these changes is unprecedented in human history. Technological developments, especially in the field of communications and transport, have fundamentally changed our lives. All this, certainly, had a strong impact on the development of security trends, as well as security threats. In...
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This paper discusses the main structures and processes of globalization in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. It begins by revisiting the historical processes that have led to interstate economic, cultural, political, and security interdependence, and the consequent erosion of the capabilities of nation - states. The paper then proceeds to ex...