a borítólapra  Súgó epa Copyright 
(T)error&elhárítás2013. 2. sz.


  • Dr. Böröcz Miklós :

    The need for joint foreign representation was formulated at the same time when the common economic area of the European states was created, with the primary goal of increasing economic development. The abolition of inner national border control is an essential element for the freedom of movement of goods. Without this, the EU could not maintain a unified European market. On the other hand, this caused a considerable safety deficit that is hard to manage with the presently available tools. The increase in illegal migration, terrorism and organized crime reduced safety. The author’s primary goal is to identify the priorities and the prospects of the EU common foreign and security policy, and to outline the EU systems of assets and the way they are used.

  • Kasznár Attila :
    A Kínai Népköztársaság a nemzetközi erőtérben [295.78 kB - PDF]EPA-02932-00004-0020

    The aim of the study is to provide an insight into the role of the People’s Republic of China in global politics. Due to the complexity of the task and lack of space, the study does not wish to focus on every aspect of Chinese foreign policy, but strives to provide a general and comprehensive view on it. Another aim is to give an insight into a universally ignored segment of the relations between China and the rest of the world. The study also presents the fundamental principles that influence modern Chinese foreign policy and China's main bilateral relations. The China-policies of the Central and East European countries which are the most essential ones for Hungary are highlighted. The study also expounds the specific situation created by the Chinese philosophical-religious system and how it affects the spread of Chinese migrant communities and China's international headway

  • Dr. Laufer Balázs ,
    Takács Gergely :

    Security related risk analysis of migration always arises as a matter of public administration, especially in law enforcement and national security. However, security risks associated with legal and illegal migration cannot be clearly separated. The former provides means by which the cover of legitimacy can be provided to illegal migration, such as masking the entry of illegal immigrants (via visa application), or by legalizing their residence in the Schengen area (through asylum applications). In many countries national security services – because of secret intelligence gathering, or in order to protect their sources – have no or only limited capabilities to assert their interests in an open procedure. Nevertheless, there are some countries where migrants can appeal the negative decision (deportation and expulsion from the country) which had been made due to security considerations, in front of a special judicial body. The Danish and British models – though they are subjects to severe criticism – can both integrate sensitive/confidential information in their legal proceedings. The Special Immigrants Appeals Commission, closed trials, special advocates and judges with great professional experience are able to make the right decisions using classified information while taking into consideration the interests of the state, society and the migrant as well.

  • Dr. Stauber Péter :

    This paper aims at analysing the development of the mechanisms of counter terrorism sanctions established by UNSCR 1267(1999). This Resolution has greatly contributed to the development of the counter terrorism toolbox of the international community. It has imposed restrictive measures ordered by the UN Security Council against non-state actors (the Taliban and later Al-Qaeda and Usama bin Laden) for the first time while also creating a standing enforcement and oversight mechanism. The paper seeks to present this Resolution and all subsequent Resolutions, pointing out how their provisions became more and more complex, what effect of the relevant events can be traced back in the texts and how the whole mechanism of sanctions reached its current state where effective enforcement and respect for human right standards are not contradictory requirements any more.

  • Vági Attila :

    For decades there has been a debate related to security policy research on the differences between the various rebel/freedom fighter groups and terrorist organizations and on the limitations of the traditional armed rebel formations and terrorism. The new security challenges related to Western civilizations’ territories – either on their own homeland or abroad – reflect how current this issue is. The complexity of this theoretical problem lies in our inability to define clearly and without distortions the essence of terrorism and the rebel/freedom fighters groups, which are extremely diverse in time and space and have special aims.