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The Belgrade Fund for Political Excellence, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy and European Movement in Serbia are organizing the third Belgrade Security Forum that will take place on September 19-21, 2013 under the working title "Is the state under de (construction)? Risks and responses from the Balkans and beyond", in strategic partnership with the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces, Slovak Atlantic Commission, Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Research Council of Norway and the OSCE Chairmanship Task Force of the Swiss federal Department of Foreign Affairs
The Belgrade Security Forum 2013 will address pressing issues of regional and international foreign policy, security and economy, with a special emphasis on the role of state and non-state actors in transitional international relations. Among other issues, the renowned participants will discuss the transformation of security cooperation in Europe and beyond, as well as its effects on security prospects in different parts of the world. They will also examine the results of state-building processes in the region and beyond. The final main session will be dedicated to inter-state relations and their transformative consequences. Particular attention will be given to the “Helsinki plus 40” process and the future of the security community of OSCE states. As it has been our aim for the last two years, most of the panels will try to examine the transformation of the Balkans from a security problem to a security partner and bring forward the opportunities and lessons learned from this process.