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Male države kot akterji preventivne diplomacije: primer delovanja slovenskih diplomatov v okviru Organizacije za varnost in sodelovanje v Evropi v času revolucije v Kirgiziji leta 2005 : primer delovanja slovenskih diplomatov v okviru Organizacije za varnost in sodelovanje v Evropi v času revolucije v Kirgiziji leta 2005
Vučko, Tjaša (Author), Zupančič, Rok (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Udovič, Boštjan (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Magistrsko delo analizira delovanje male države, ko je ta na čelu Organizacije za varnost in sodelovanje v Evropi (OVSE), v okviru enega od glavnih področij delovanja institucije – upravljanja in preprečevanja konfliktov. Analizira, kako lahko mala država s pametno uporabo svoje mehke moči deluje kot agent preventivne diplomacije in s katerimi ovirami se pri tem srečuje. Magistrsko delo kot študijo primera obravnava krizo v Kirgiziji leta 2005, ki sovpada s predsedovanjem Slovenije OVSE. Delo pokaže, da ima mala država ravno zaradi svojih specifičnih lastnosti primerjalne prednosti pri delovanju v okviru preventivne diplomacije, saj jo druge države pogosto dojemajo kot razmeroma nepristranskega akterja, ki se v reševanje krize ne vpleta aktivno zato, da bi zasledoval (ozko definirane) nacionalne interese, kar je pogost očitek velikim državam. Prav tako se pokaže, da je zaslomba, ki jo mali državi daje institucija (v našem primeru OVSE), lahko ključnega pomena, saj se mali državi pod okriljem institucije s tem krepi legitimnost. Analiza delovanja Slovenije v primeru krize v Kirgiziji še pokaže, da je ena od glavnih nalog male države kot predsedujoče mednarodni instituciji skupnostno delovanje, ki mora upoštevati pravila odločevalskega procesa, obenem pa ravno skupnostno delovanje prinaša mali državi možnost, da se v mednarodnem okolju izkaže kot zanesljiv partner in deluje kot most med različnimi interesi. S tem krepi svoj mednarodni ugled in posledično svojo mehko moč.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:preprečevanje konfliktov, preventivna diplomacija, mala država, Organizacija za varnost in sodelovanje v Evropi, Slovenija
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2020
Publisher:[T. Vučko]
Number of pages:89 str.
UDC:327(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:21692419 This link opens in a new window
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Downloads:230
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Language:English
Title:Small states as preventive diplomacy actors: A case-study of activities of Slovenia's diplomats during the Chairmanship of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe during the 2005 revo
Abstract:
The thesis analyses activities of small states (focusing on Slovenia) during their Chairmanship of Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), in the field of conflict management and conflict prevention as one of the main areas of the OSCE. It analyses how a small country can put its soft power to smart use and act as an agent of preventive diplomacy and what the main obstacles for its activities are. The thesis deals with a case-study of the Kyrgyz revolution in 2005, which coincided with Slovenia’s Charimanship of the OSCE. The thesis shows that a small country’s specific characteristics bring comparative advantages in preventive diplomacy, because small countries do not engage actively in crisis resolution in pursuit of their (narrowly defined) national interests as it is often associated with big states. It also shows that organizational backing (in our case the OSCE’s) is vital for small states, because it provides legitimacy. With the analysis of Slovenia’s Chairmanship, the thesis shows that one of the main tasks for a small country, chairing an international institution, is a community action with an emphasis on the decision-making process. A successful community action brings about opportunities for a small country to prove itself in an international environment and to act as a bridge builder between different interests. With this, the small country can strengthen its international reputation and its soft power.

Keywords:conflict prevention, preventive diplomacy, small state, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe, Slovenia

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