Belgrade Centre for Security Policy

Publisher Description

Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP) is an independent think-tank founded in 1997 and dedicated to advancing security of the citizens and society on the basis of democratic principles and respect for human rights. In the focus of the BCSP's interest are all policies aimed at the improvement of human, national, regional, European, and global security. BCSP supports consolidation of security sector reform and integration of Western Balkan countries into the Euro Atlantic community through: research, analysis and policy recommendations, advocacy, education, publishing, expert support to reforms, and networking of all relevant actors.
Research Reports in JSTOR from Belgrade Centre for Security Policy
31 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
THE 2018 SPECIAL LAW FOR STATE HOUSING CONSTRUCTION AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION: How much has housing construction for members of the security forces disrupted the public procurement system? 2020
The Anatomy of Capturing Serbia's Security-Intelligence Sector: BELGRADE CENTRE FOR SECURITY POLICY 2020
ANATOMY OF THE FAILED PRIVATE SECURITY LICENSING 2016
CHALLENGES OF WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN SERBIAN PEACEKEEPING MISSIONS 2012
COLLECTION OF POLICY PAPERS ON POLICE REFORM IN SERBIA 2013
COLLECTION OF POLICY PAPERS ON POLICE REFORM IN SERBIA 2014
COLLECTION OF POLICY PAPERS ON POLICE REFORM IN SERBIA 2012
COLLECTION OF POLICY PAPERS ON POLICE REFORM IN SERBIA 2012
CRIME IN THE WESTERN BALKANS SIX AT THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS:: EARLY FINDINGS 2020
The Future of International Police Missions in the New Global Security Environment – Contribution of Western Balkans Police Forces to EU’s International Policing 2016
GENDER ADVISORS IN THE SERBIAN SECURITY SECTOR 2011
KEY ASPECTS OF SECURITY SERVICES REFORM: THE EXPERIENCES OF SERBIA, NORTH MACEDONIA AND MONTENEGRO 2020
Lessons Learned and Forgotten:: How the Western Balkans Experience Could Help Libya 2012
THE MASKS HAVE SLIPPED: SERBIA IN A GEOPOLITICAL PANDEMIC 2020
Monitoring and Evaluation of the Rule of Law in the Republic of Serbia 2016
PROPOSED SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK ON THE SERBIAN SECURITY AND INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM 2017
THE ROLE OF CSOs IN MONITORING AND EVALUATING NATIONAL ACTION PLAN (NAP) FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF UNSCR 1325 2013
The Security Sector in a Captured State 2020
THE SECURITY SECTOR IN THE STATE OF EMERGENCY:: TESTING DEMOCRACY 2020
SERBIA AND HUNGARY: HAMMERING DEMOCRACY 2020
Serbian Civilian Capacities for Peace Operations:: The Untapped Potential 2014
SLIPPERY SLOPES IN THE REFORM OF SERBIAN SECURITY SERVICES 2017
SPECIAL MEASURES FOR COVERT DATA COLLECTION IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS:: THE JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE 2015
?ta je ?Policijska direktiva Evropske unije“?: KAKO ORGANI SPROVODENJA ZAKONA [TREBA DA] ?TITE LI?ENE PODATKE 2019
Territorial and Border Demarcation Disputes in the Western Balkans: Case study: The Demarcation process between Serbia and Montenegro 2011
TOWARDS A WESTERN BALKANS BATTLEGROUP: A Vision of Serbia's Defence Integrationin to the EU 2010–2020. 2010
TOWARDS MORE EFFECTIVE POLICE COOPERATION BETWEEN SERBIA AND KOSOVO 2015
TOWARDS THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENT ACTS AT SPORTS EVENTS:: PROPOSAL ON REGIONAL COOPERATION FRAMEWORK 2010
VIOLENCE AND SPORT:: THEN AND NOW 2019
WHAT ABOUT THE WOMEN?: Understanding and Addressing the Problem of ISIS Female Recruitment in the Western Balkans 2016
WHY ARE PEOPLE LEAVING THE SERBIAN DEFENCE SYSTEM? 2020