Permanent Neutrality in Europe in the post-Cold War period – Dr. Igor Novaković

This book analyses changes in the concept of neutrality of five permanently neutral states in Europe (Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Austria and Ireland) from 1989 to 2011, with the additional cases of Sweden and Finland, as well as Serbia up until 2015. The study describes all relevant aspects regarding the phenomena of neutrality and permanent neutrality. Moreover, it identifies what the concept of a permanently neutral state represents in Europe today, bearing in mind that the process of globalization, growing interdependence and security challenges change, as well as the European and Euro-Atlantic integration processes, including changes in the European security architecture.

The book is available only in Serbian.