Approaching 20?? year

Crnogorska akademija nauka i umjetnosti
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International Conference
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16–18. 05. 2019
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17 x 24 cm
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  1. Gilbert Fayl: Opening words
  2. Felix Unger: Approaching 20?? Year?
  3. Dragan K. Vukčević: Before the secret of time
  4. Momir Đurović: The history has no future
  5. Miroslav Vesković, Laurent Bontoux, Sara Rafael Almeida, Alberto Pistocchi: Dealing with uncertainty: foresight for policymaking
  6. Garry Jacobs: Beyond the Nation-State: Failed Strategies and Future Possibilities for Global Governance and Human Wellbeing
  7. Giuli Alasania: Turning points: in search of a post-cold war global security order
  8. Nebojša Nešković, Vesna Vučinić: On the transdisciplinary and transideological character of the new paradigm of human development
  9. Radislav Jovović: Future risks and how to avoid the next crisis
  10. Rodolfo A. Fiorini: Mastering What Transforms
  11. Zhang Daogen, Xue Anwei: Reform and Opening-up and Urbanization in China
  12. Csaba Törö: The increasing relevance of (trans)regional response by the EU as collective security arrangements to accumulating and aggravating local conflicts in the coming decades of global risks and challenges
  13. Samuel N. C. Lieu: From Versailles (1919) to Brexit (2019) — a century of challenge for the Union Académique Internationale
  14. Loucas G. Christophorou: Energy and society
  15. Gill Ringland, Patricia Lustig: Economy and Employment: Trends to 2040
  16. Tomislav M. Pavlović, Dragoljub Lj. Mirjanić, Ivana S. Radonjić, Anđelina Marić Stanković, Danica S. Piršl: Current state and perspectives of renewable energy sources use in Serbia
  17. Sébastien Balibar: Facing the climate change, what should we do?
  18. Dragoljub Lj. Mirjanić, Tomislav M. Pavlović, Ivana Radonjić, Mitić, Danica S. Piršl, Galina Sazhko, Anđelina Marić Stanković: Renewable energy sources and society
  19. Agnieszka Klucznik-Törő: Climate-change-related activities of the Central European Countries with some examples based on acceleration programmes
  20. Patricia Lustig, Gill Ringland: Energy and Society: Trends to 2040
  21. Donato Kiniger-Passigli: Preventive Action in Fragile Contexts
  22. Katica Kulavkova: Tweets, Twitterature and Twittersphere in the Context of a Pop-Elite Culture
  23. Vesna Baltezarević, Radoslav Baltezarević: The secret game: media and power
  24. Elif Çepni: The new economic theory and human economy
  25. Lorenzo Gascon: Too many cloudly scenarios and few statemen
  26. Erich Hoedl: Reintegration of Capitals and the Emerging Global Governance
  27. Jüri Engelbrecht: On limits of developments in technology and knowledge
  28. Shen Kaiyan: Overview of Global E-commerce and the Global Trends in E-commerce
  29. Abdylmenaf Bexheti, Luljeta Sadiku, Murat Sadiku, Gjylnaipe Bexheti: Insufficient impact of public debt on economic growth: emirical analyses for Western Balkan countries
  30. Wang Jian: China—EU Cooperation on Counter-Terrorism: Challenges, Results and Future Path
  31. Vlado Kambovski: The Western Balkans at a new crossroads
  32. Irena Ilieva: The reform of the dublin system and the bulgarian regulation on migration
  33. Zoran Lakić, Miroslav Doderović: Emigration from Montenegro both in the past and present-day
  34. Oksana Sliusarenko: Posthumanism. A new era of humanity.
  35. Fetah I. Podvorica: Advanced Oxidation Processes for the degradation of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Water
  36. Annibale Mottana: A comparison between Montenegro and Southern Italy across the Adriatic Sea
  37. Ivana Lazarovski: Rethinking and reorganizing role of military
  38. Igor Đurović: Artificial intelligence and future of wars
  39. Stevo Nikić, Ivana Bećagol: Globalization, internet and the crisis meaning
  40. Valeriy V. Goncharov: The fourth industrial revolution: challenges, risks and opportunities
  41. Nebojša Nakićenović: The World in 2050 and the Six Grand Transformations towards Sustainable Development Goals