CORPORATE SECURITY AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROTECTION IN THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA: PERSPECTIVES AND CHALLENGES

Metodi HADJI-JANEV, Stojan SLAVESKI

Abstract


Global security challenges affected Macedonia and most of the post-communistcountries in unique way. New security challenges defy legal absence of designated criticalinfrastructure and decentralized governmental approach in its protection. Existingdecentralized network of governmental authorities in Macedonia will be only effective in itsmission if reside on centralized planning and decentralized execution. Regarding themodern terrorists and organized crime modus operandi the centralized planning processneeds to coordinate, facilitate and stimulate private corporate security in Macedonia. Toprove this article will first explain how International World Order shift has affectedMacedonian society. Than shortly it will address the legal background and organizationalstructure for critical infrastructure protection. Finally, it will propose necessary adjustmentsof the critical infrastructure protection system in Macedonia.

Key words: critical infrastructure protection, terrorism, organized crime, law,globalization


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