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Political Systems of the Former Yugoslavia
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Erscheinungsdatum: 18.04.2018, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Political Systems of the Former Yugoslavia, Titelzusatz: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia, Redaktion: Bichta, Tomasz, Übersetzung: Kimak, Izabella, Verlag: Lang, Peter GmbH // Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Europa // Geschichte // Kulturgeschichte // Jugoslawien // Politik // Recht // Wirtschaft // Osteuropa // Osten // Politikwissenschaft // Politologie // Lexikon // Politische Begriffe // Systeme // Philosophie // Altertum // Antike // Griechenland // PHILOSOPHY // General // Politische Strukturen und Prozesse // Europäische Geschichte // Ur // und Frühgeschichte // Frankreich, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 293, Reihe: Studies in Politics, Security and Society (Nr. 16), Gewicht: 477 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Montenegrin Independence Referendum, 2006
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The Montenegrin independence referendum was a refe rendum on the independence of the Republic of Montenegro from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro that was held on 21 May 2006. The total turnout of the referendum was 86.5%. 55.5 percent voted in favour and 44.5 were against breaking the state union with Serbia. Fifty-five percent of affirmative votes were needed to dissolve the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, an option favored by the coalition government (DPS and SDP). By 23 May, preliminary referendum results were recognized by all five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, indicating widespread international recognition of Montenegro once independence would be formally declared. Montenegro's referendum commission on Wednesday 31 May, officially confirmed the results of the independence referendum, verifying that 55.5% of the population of Montenegrin voters had voted in favor of independence. Because voters met the controversial threshold requirement of 55% approval set by the EU, the referendum was incorporated into a declaration of independence during a special parliamentary session on 31 May.

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Montenegrin Independence Referendum, 2006
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The Montenegrin independence referendum was a refe rendum on the independence of the Republic of Montenegro from the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro that was held on 21 May 2006. The total turnout of the referendum was 86.5%. 55.5 percent voted in favour and 44.5 were against breaking the state union with Serbia. Fifty-five percent of affirmative votes were needed to dissolve the state union of Serbia and Montenegro, an option favored by the coalition government (DPS and SDP). By 23 May, preliminary referendum results were recognized by all five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council, indicating widespread international recognition of Montenegro once independence would be formally declared. Montenegro's referendum commission on Wednesday 31 May, officially confirmed the results of the independence referendum, verifying that 55.5% of the population of Montenegrin voters had voted in favor of independence. Because voters met the controversial threshold requirement of 55% approval set by the EU, the referendum was incorporated into a declaration of independence during a special parliamentary session on 31 May.

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National Security Agency (Montenegro)
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The National Security Agency (Montenegrin: Agencija za Nacionalnu Bezbjednost, ANB) is the national security intelligence agency of Montenegro. Its headquarters are located in Podgorica. ANB collects data and information on potential threats, plans or intentions of organizations, groups or individuals the activities of which are aimed against the territorial integrity, security and the established order guaranteed by the Constitution of Montenegro.

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Vrmac Tunnel
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vrmac Tunnel (Serbian: ) is a vehicular tunnel in southern Montenegro.The tunnel, which is 1,637 m long, connects town of Kotor with Adriatic Motorway and the rest of Montenegro. It passes under the Mount Vrmac, thus eliminating the need to via the old curvy road that passes over the mount.The tunnel was half-finished in 1991, but was then opened to the public use as it was, because of the lack of funding to finish it. In 2004 works began to finish the tunnel, and to bring it up to European standards. The construction works, undertaken by Austrian company Strabag, were finished early in 2007, and the tunnel is now equipped with contemporary lighting, ventilation and security systems.

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Another view
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This book represents a research work on the direct investments in South East Europe, with special reference to foreign direct investments in Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro. For the problems in functioning of pension system the author Mr. Kostov makes a clear view and suggestion to resolve the problems in pension system. Also, the author describes the regulation and development of the private security companies. The final part of the research work by Mr. Kostov, presents a clear picture for conflict styles between health workers.

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When is military intervention morally justified?
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict Studies, Security, grade: 1,0, University of Tubingen, course: Course 'Normative Theories of International Relations', 18 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Somalia, Serbia-Montenegro, Iraq - These are just three of several countries that were exposed to external military intervention in recent times. Although this kind of intervention is in principle prohibited under international law under Article 2 of the United Nations Charter, states have not been hesitating to use force in order to retaliate against an aggressor, to preventively fight against a threat to national security or to protect human rights. Regardless of its legality, it is interesting to analyze the legitimacy of an intervention from an ethical perspective. Under which conditions is a state morally justified to militarily interfere in another state's internal affairs? What are the moral standards on which a state's conduct of war should be based? Opinions among scholars differ greatly when dealing with this contentious issue. This essay is going to provide some possible answers. Initially, I define the key concepts of the essay theme: 'morality' and 'intervention'. The second chapter deals with two crucial theories of the justice of intervention, namely utilitarianism and just war theory. Subsequently, I present some of Michael Walzer's ideas about just war as elaborated in his famous book 'Just and Unjust Wars'. At the end of my essay, in the fourth chapter, I attempt to answer the question whether the NATO intervention in Kosovo was morally justified by applying just war theory. The second and third chapter are accompanied by my personal evaluation.

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The World Guide, 11th Edition: Global Reference...
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The key features include: up-to-date information plus a complete history for every country of the world, including Montenegro, Palestine, Somaliland, West Papua and Western Sahara; clear, easy-to-use two-color layout; In Focus box showing at-a-glance information on each country's human rights, indigenous peoples, health, education and environment; 25 new reports on topical global issues such as green economics, energy scenarios, the gender gap, Latin American politics and security; the World in Figures - a comprehensive section of data and statistics on child health, literacy, maternal mortality, land use, public expenditure and other issues; and, tables of factual information on key issues such as debt, communications, corruption and trade, plus a unique guide to Sexual Minorities and the Law.

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An investor´s guide to Albania
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Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2009 in the subject Law - European and International Law, Intellectual Properties, grade: 1.0, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, language: English, abstract: Albania, officially the Republic of Albania (Albanian: Republika e Shqipërisë), is a country located in South Eastern Europe. Albania is bordered by Greece to the southeast, Montenegro to the north, Kosovo to the northeast, and the Republic of Macedonia to the east. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the west and on the Ionian Sea to the southwest. It is less than 72 km (45 miles) far from Italy, across the Strait of Otranto which links the Adriatic Sea to the Ionian Sea. The country is a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Council of Europe, World Trade Organization, Organization of the Islamic Conference and Union for the Mediterranean. Albania is also a potential candidate for membership in the European Union and joined the NATO in April 2009. Albania is a parliamentary democracy and is considered a transition economy going in the direction of a full free market economy. The Albanian capital, Tirana, is home to more than 800,000 of the country's 3.6 million people, and it is also the financial capital of the country. The free-market reforms have contributed in opening the country to foreign investment, especially in the development of energy and transportation infrastructure.

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