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- Zverzhanovski, Ivan
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"It is very gratifying to see such a scholarly, insightful, instructive and, above all, interesting study of the truly complex web of issues involving security, democracy, war crimes and reform of national security and defence organisations, which has been so crucial to the stable development of modern Serbia. However, the real importance of this book is its timeliness and relevance, for these issues are becoming equally crucial in Egypt, Syria, Tunisia and Libya, and will become so in other countries engulfed by the 'Arab Spring'. It is to be hoped that those involved in trying to find long-term solutions to the problems of today's Middle East and North Africa can learn the lessons which this book has to teach." - Chris Donnelly, Director of The Institute for Statecraft
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James Gow is Professor of International Peace and Security and Co-Director of the War Crimes Research Group, King's College London, UK. He has served as an expert advisor to the UK Secretary of State for Defence and the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Ivan Zverzhanovski is Coordinator, SEESAC, Belgrade. He was previously a Research Associate and Lecturer in War Studies, King's College London, UK and a Research Associate at the Institute for Comparative Law, Belgrade.
Preface List Of Acronyms And Abbreviations 1. State, Society And The Military Democracy And The Transformation Of Civil-Military Relations Nomenclature The Book 2. Civil-Military Relations From the Break-Up Of Yugoslavia to the Fall Of Milosevi? Transition From Communism: Politics And The State The Military In Communist Yugoslavia Civil-Military Relations from the Kosovo Campaign to the Fall of Milosevi? 3. De-Politicisation And Transition Delayed Understanding De-Politicisation De-Politicising The Armed Forces Failure No1: 'For The Sake Of Stability' - Keeping Pavkovi? as Chief of Staff Failure No2: the Perisi? Scandal and the Return of Kos The Army's Slow Withdrawal From Politics 4. Restructuring: Civilianising Defence Policy Making And Military Reform Civilianising Defence Policy-Making The Powerless Ministry The Minister and His Civilian Advisers NGOs and Policy-Making: Davini?, The Atlantic Council, The G17+ And Defence Reform Back To The Generals? Military Reform 2000-2006 Deciding Of Roles, Elaborating New Policies Reorganising the Military: Changes to Force Structure Military Reform And Funding Problems Human Resources Issues: Conscription, Personnel Policy And Redundancies Control Of The Military-Industrial Complex 5. Rules: The Legal and Institutional Framework for Democratic Control The Constitutional Framework The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Defence Democratic Control of the Military and the Constitutional Charter The Legal Framework: Laws on Defence and the Army Procedures: Statutes, By-Laws And Other Decisions - Replacing Legislation? 6. Effective Management Of Defence Policy: The Role Of Democratic Security Policy Communities The Supreme Defence Council and Defence Policy Management The Council Of Ministers and the Ministry of Defence Parliamentary Oversight: the Role of the Assembly Defence Committee Democratic Security Policy Communities 7. The War Crimes Legacy The War Crimes Legacy And International Judicial Intervention The Serbian Project And The Strategy Of War Crimes: Creating The Legacy The International Response: Creating The ICTY Cooperation with the ICTY after 5 October 2000 Dealing with the War Crimes Legacy 8. Passing the Mladi? Civil-Military Relations And The War Crimes Legacy Breaking the War Crimes Protection Network and Reforming Intelligence and Security Agencies Delivering Mladi? and Ensuring Democratic Control of the Security Sector Serbia, the EU, the ICTY and the War Crimes Legacy Security and Democracy and the Transformation Of Civil-Military Relations