Open Call for Scholars and Researchers The organizers of the Belgrade Security Forum are pleased to invite scholars and researchers to submit their proposal papers by the 1 May 2013 for the third Belgrade Security Forum (BSF) to be held on September 19-21, 2013…... Read
BSF 2013 ANNOUNCEMENT The Third Belgrade Security Forum will take place on September 19-21, 2013 under the working title “Is the state under (de)construction? Risks and responses from the Balkans and beyond"...... Read
H.E. Mr. Giampaolo Di Paola, Minister of Defence of the Italian Republic, gave a lecture H.E. Mr. Giampaolo Di Paola, Minister of Defence of the Italian Republic, gave a lecture “From Global to Local – Security Challenges and Responses”, on Tuesday November 27, 2012.... Read
Global Civics Documentary
A specific follow up of the Belgrade Security Forum
The roundtable «EU integration of Western Balkan countries: security and political challenges» was held on December 11, 2012. in Novi Sad.
THE BSF 2012 CONFERENCE SUMMARY NOW AVAILABLE
From Global to Local – Security Challenges and Responses
H.E. Mr. Giampaolo Di Paola, Minister of Defence of the Italian Republic, will give lecture “From Global to Local – Security Challenges and Responses”, on Tuesday November 27th, 2012 at Central Military Club at 16.00. The lecture is organized by Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, European Movement in Serbia and Belgrade Centre for Security, in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence of Republic of Serbia and with the support of UNDP/SEESAC, as a specific follow-up of the Belgrade Security Forum.
Are the Balkans Finally a Success Story?
Three aspects of the paradigm – European integration, regional integration and the ongoing crisis – framed the opening panel discussion at the 2012 Belgrade Security Forum.
Serbia is Building New Bridges Toward WB Countries
During the keynote speech at the Belgrade Security Forum 2012, Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić said that his government’s endeavour is to "build new bridges toward the countries in the region, and the institutions in Priština".
Is There an Exit Out of the European Crisis?
Although the European Union faces many problems, there are many ways for this influential international actor to overcome the crisis. This was said during the first plenary panel of the 2012 Belgrade Security Forum.
Making the Balkans Part of the Solution
The intention of the three-day conference is to discuss possible solutions for the challenges to democracy and security in the contest of the crisis in the world and to make the Balkans part of the solution in this process, hosts of the Belgrade Security Forum 2012 said at the Official Reception arranged at the Crystal Ballroom of the hotel Hyatt.
Frozen Conflicts Are a Serious Security Challenge
During the session devoted to frozen conflicts in the world it could be heard that frozen conflicts, with their huge potential to escalate at any moment, pose a serious challenge in terms of security and human rights, and in those conditions many initiatives to resolve such conflicts have failed.
How to build Security Community in the Balkans?
At the opening session of this year BSF Academic Session, academics talked about the reasons of absence of Security Community in the Western Balkans and potential steps for its formation.
The Belgrade Security Forum 2012 Brochure Now Available
WELCOME TO THE BELGRADE SECURITY FORUM WEB SITE
The new security initiative Belgrade Security Forum was launched by Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy and the European Movement in Serbia. The second conference organised in partnership with the Balkan Trust for Democracy and the Slovak Atlantic Commission, will take place on 20-22 September 2012 under the working title "Coping with the crisis: challenges to democracy and security".