UDC 327(497.11:497.6:560)
Biblid: 0543-3657, 65 (2014)
Vol. 65, No 1153-1154, pp. 56-69
DOI:

Original scientific paper
Received: 15 Jan 2014
Accepted: 15 Feb 2014

TRILATERAL COOPERATION AMONG SERBIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND TURKEY

Pavlović Đorđe (Đorđe Pavlović, student doktorskih akademskih studija na Fakultetu političkih nauka Univerziteta u Beogradu), djolepfpn@yahoo.com

In this paper, the author analyses trilateral cooperation among Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey in the past four years as a special contemporary form of multilateral cooperation of the Balkan countries. As this process has brought many results and has had its own institutional mechanisms, the paper is divided in five parts. The foreign policy context of cooperation among these three countries is shown in the first part of this paper, while the second one is dedicated to the presentation of institutional mechanisms of cooperation. Results of this process are shown in the third part of the paper, reactions to the trilateral in the fourth, and future perspectives of this cooperation are presented in the last part.

Keywords: Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Turkey, trilateral cooperation, Srebrenica Declaration, Republic of Srpska, foreign policy