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Biblid: 1451-3188, 15 (2016)
Vol. 16, No 58, str. 130-151

Izvorni naučni rad
Primljeno: 01 Jan 1970
Prihvaćeno: 01 Jan 1970


Beriša Hatidža (Министарство одбране, КША, Београд, КША, Београд), berisa.hatidza@gmail.com
Rakić Mile (Институт за политичке студије у Београду), rakicmile@hotmail.com

It is difficult to foresee consequences of climate changes, but it is reasonably enough known that it is possible to understand their risks and how to mitigate them. In contrast to the climate changes, demographic changes are much easier to get elaborated, but it is also difficult to put them under control, in particular the case of demographic expansion and its own risks that they bring with them in particular regions. The changes in demographic structure and global climate changes are not limited to the borders of one state. The climate changes have become a very serious global problem with potential consequences of such a great intensity that they might get beyond the capability of one state to adopt to them. The objective of this paper is to underline a rising role of the demographic and climate factors to a capacity of one state and international relations alike. In this paper authors made an analysis of demographic factors and main causes of global climate changes and consequences that might emerge at the beginning of 21st century, as well as their impact on global and national security of the states and international relations in general. In the paper there is also analysed a mutual influence of demographic factors, levels of resource exploitations and global climate changes.

Ključne reči: global climate factors, demographic changes, climate changes, international relations, state