Vladimir Trapara
Vladimir Trapara
Research Fellow, Ph.D., Head of Department of International Security Studies at the Institute of International Politics and Economics in Belgrade; Editor-in-Chief of scientific journal Međunarodna politika (International Politics); main interests include US-Russia relations, Serbian foreign policy, nuclear weapons, IR theories
Serbia's Geopolitical Position and Challenges, According to Its Elites

Serbia's Geopolitical Position and Challenges, According to Its Elites

Serbia is a state in the Balkans whose foreign policy should be well balanced to be effective, given the heavy historical legacy of the region and its susceptibility to distortions of global politics. That is why Serbia’s elites should know the position of their country in international relations well, and act in accordance with this knowledge. The main problem with this is that most of these elites are predominantly driven by their group and personal interests, rather than the national one. More

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