Montenegro’s NATO Membership - Regional and International Implications
33rd Workshop of the PfP Consortium Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe”
Dokumenttyp:Study Group Information
Herausgeber:Dr. Predrag Jureković, Mag. Benedikt Hensellek
Verlag:Study Group Information - Austrian National Defence Academy in co-operation with the PfP Consortium of Defense Academies and Security Studies Institutes
Autor(en):Robert Bariæ, Selmo Cikotiæ, Blagoje Gledoviæ, Mag. Benedikt Hensellek, Oleg Ivanov, Dr. Predrag Jureković, Craig Nation, Lulzim Peci, Vlade Raduloviæ, Nano Ruzhin, Dr. Arian Starova
Beiträge in dieser Publikation:
Soon after regaining its independence on May 21 2006, Montenegro decided to take the Euro-Atlantic integration path. The country’s recent NATO membership could aid further European integration in the future. The current publication of the 33rd RSSEE SG workshop presents chances and impediments connected to Montenegro’s accession to NATO and explains related impacts for Montenegro in particular, and for the whole region in general. Power constellations and geopolitical trends that affect security developments in the Western Balkans are analysed from a national and international point of view.