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THE BEST 12 PAPERS SELECTED!

We are glad to report that close to 60 applications have been received during the open call for proposal within the Academic Event of the fifth Belgrade Security Forum. In the close competition 12 papers have been selected to be presented at this year’s event. Criteria for selection focused on bringing out the most challenging, innovative and policy oriented ideas.

We glad to report that close to 60 applications have been received during the open call for proposal within the Academic Event of the fifth Belgrade Security Forum. In the close competition 12 papers have been selected to be presented at this year’s event. Criteria for selection focused on bringing out the most challenging, innovative and policy oriented ideas.

The list of selected authors and the program of the Academic Event will be available in the Academic section by mid-July!

Belgrade Security Forum 2015 will traditionally begin with the Academic Event on Wednesday, September 30.

This year’s Academic Event with the overall topic “Does the EU need a Foreign Policy?” will seek new answers to the old questions of redefining EU foreign policy in the light of crises on the Continent and in the neighborhood.

Selected papers will be presented at three panels of the Forum. The first panel will focus on Rethinking EU’s Foreign Policy, the second on relations between EU and the Post-Soviet Space and third panel will discuss relations between EU and Western Balkans Countries.

Selected papers will be published in Journal of Regional Security after the conference.

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Impressions from previous Belgrade Security Forums

“Forums which bring together practitioners and theorists are often tenuous affairs, for they assume that overall political diagnoses, fixing of specific problems and questions of efficient organizations may all be addressed within the confine of specific debates. The Belgrade Security Forum elegantly works around this problem by setting aside specific discussions for different kinds of political questions. The result is a vibrant meeting place where all those who take some kind of interest in European security matters are certain to find what they are looking for. It’s the perfect gathering of the tribes.”

Iver B. Neumann, Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, LSE

 

“Belgrade Security Forum is superbly organized conference that successfully combines top policy insights with cutting edge theory. It’s one of a kind!”

Ayse Zarakol, Lecturer in International Relations, Cambridge University