By Djordje Popovic, Predrag Petrovic, Gorana Odanovic, Jelena Radoman
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Material resources from diasporas and later when they gained local power from corruption. Human rights becoming more important with time. Relations Main allies were Democratic Party (DS) and Civic Alliance of Serbia (GSS). Capabilities Leader of the opposition at the High support within the beginning of the ‘90s but also nationalistic opposition. organiser of paramilitary units during the wars. Party with strong leader. SERBIAN RENEWAL MOVEMENT (SPO) Interests Type of actor Interests Main motivation is gaining power / remaining in power.
Society. Lack of material resources. Very cohesive. During 1990s high support within the citizens. Capabilities Conditionality and pressure on Most of these actors (EU, NATO, OSCE) have their missions in political parties. Belgrade, thus monitoring Promotion of democracy situation and having access through cooperation and to data on daily basis; though support of civil society some of them lack staff with organisations working in deep knowledge about the a field on specific targeted region and political history of issues (OSCE), monitoring and the country; providing reports Also, some of these missions are too small to be able to monitor every particular issue thoroughly INTERNATIONAL ACTORS No democratic credentials.
During 1990s received material resources from the regime. They are not a coherent group of actors Have capacity to slow down reform. Due to intervention of one of the security manager of PSC Corruption (bribing) and Draft Law on Private Security political corruption (influence was withdrawn from the on the process of making laws) procedure of adoption before Serbian parliament. Legal and market means (competition on the open market) PRIVATE SECURITY COMPANIES Strategies Main opponents: nationalist and conservative groups and political parties.
CONTEXT ANALYSIS OF THE SECURITY SECTOR REFORM IN SERBIA 1989-2009 by Djordje Popovic, Predrag Petrovic, Gorana Odanovic, Jelena Radoman