Institute for Political Studies in Belgrade
Vice Dean for Science and Head of Department
Department for Defence Science at the Faculty of Civilian Defence, Belgrade University
Academy of Internal Affairs in Banja Luka
Faculty of Defence and Protection, Belgrade University
Faculty of Political Sciences, Zagreb University
Faculty of Civilian Defence, Belgrade University
Mile Rakić, PhD, is the Principal Research Fellow of the Institute for Political Studies. His expertise includes issues of international and national security and numerous academic papers and studies on these topics. Member of the Advisory Board of the journal: Defendologija (Defendology) published in the Republic of Srpska.
MEETING THE CONCEPT OF SECURITY OF THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA
The development of states from the aspect of security unequivocally indicates the constant need to build defense and preserve national, regional and global security. In that sense, the Republic of Serbia is building its national security system. The aim of the paper is to thematize the questions from the political-security theory of construction and the state of security, to which preventive answers should be given, which are very important for building a modern and stable security of the state. The primary issue is the existing issues immanent to the existing order of national security of the Republic of Serbia, which is now expressed in the National Security Strategy. By applying various scientific research methods, appropriate to the corpus of security issues and available contents relevant for building a security system, it was noticed that the current development of national security cannot fully and timely respond to the most often combined security issues in an adequate way. The concept of modern security, which is expressed in our National Security Strategy, requires a clear balance of goals, ways and means appropriate to dynamic past and future events in the field of security, having as a starting point the protection of the highest national interests of the state.