A Complementarity Principle in the International Security Relations - Some Applications in the Context of the Wider Black Sea Region
Сб. "Трансгранично сътрудничество, сигурност и перспективи за развитие в Широкия Черноморски регион" [Cross-Border Cooperation, Security and Development Perspectives of the Wider Black Sea Region], Том 5 [Vol.5] съст. В. Бузов [ed. Bouzov, V.], Издателство ИВИС, Велико Търново [IVIS Publ. House, Veliko Turnovo], pp.63-68, ISBN 978-619-205-080-1, ISSN 2335-0056
In this paper I will develop some arguments that the more intensive cooperation between the countries from the Wider Black Sea Zone may become a basis for building a regional alliance that would defend the idea for the development and growth of our region as a whole in favor of our peoples. We cannot agree with turning it into a battlefield, conquered territory from the Western corporations or a ‘cordon sanitaire’ for the illegal migration flows. Such a regional union would have more chance to boldly say its word in the European region and in the world as a whole, and to oppose of the expansion of the superpowers and other aggressive regional powers. It could follow the good pattern of political cooperation of the countries from the Visegrad Four.
the Wider Black Sea Region, complementarity principle, Security
Социални, стопански и правни науки
Social sciences, economic sciences and law