UDC 314.7:351.78(497.11)
Biblid: 1451-3188, 17 (2018)
Vol. 18, No 63, pp. 269-286

Оriginal article
Received: 01 Jan 1970
Accepted: 01 Jan 1970


Mirković Predrag (Универзитет Привредна академија, Правни факултет за привреду и правосуђе, Нови Сад), pedja.mirkovic@gmail.com
Stojšić Dabetić Jelena

Today, modern global migration movements are most often referred to as \"crisis\" because the dominant form of migration movements is forced and irregular migration in the form of mass migrant flows in short time intervals. The main feature of irregular migration is the gap between a large number of individuals who are trying to emigrate for various reasons and increasingly restrictive migration policies of countries that are designated as desired destinations. This is the point where modern international migration is associated with transnational organized crime and terrorism, which further conditions the existence of various security aspects of migration to the society, the state and the international community. The paper presents an overview of the security risks of irregular migration through the prism of the national security system, identified in the situation in the Republic of Serbia during the current migration crisis, followed by a critical assessment of the national normative response to irregular migration.

Keywords: irregular migration, national security system, Europe, migration crisis, migrations