Policy Paper - "Contemporary Global Security Challenges"
After the accession to the EU and NATO, Croatia had to redefine its foreign policy goals and priorities. Active membership in aforementioned organizations and playing the role of bridge between the EU and remaining candidate countries from Southeast Europe emerged as two most distinctive Croatian foreign policy goals. Considering unfulfilled potential for increase of visibility and promotion of national interest in the international community, the third key foreign policy goal profiled to be active membership in international and regional organizations.
The fall of the Berlin Wall caused tectonic shifts in the European security architecture, while Russia, especially after the dissolution of the Sovietviše
It seems that US-China relations can be fully described in terms of the classical realism theory of international relations.više