Policy analyses prepared by the Institute for Security Policies represent a tool for fostering public discussion on public policies, political processes and actors, and open issues and occurrences specifically relevant for the security interest of Republic of Croatia, and serve as support mechanisms in achieving main Institute’s goals.

The analyses’ intention is to inspire discussions on security issues relevant for the Republic of Croatia and propose, when appropriate, solutions aimed at fostering and improving policies and processes.

Content-wise, the analyses assess and evaluate particular actual global, regional and national topics directly linked with stability, security and development of Republic of Croatia and its citizens.
Each policy analysis offers practical value through:

  1. Stipulating the topic relevance
  2. Highlighting key activities and processes
  3. Setting relevant question necessary to be addressed or offering concrete measures

Analyses represent personal opinions of authors, and the Institute for Security Policies may not necessarily agree with such analyses.

Filip Dragović, dr.sc
Migracijska kriza nakon 2015

Posljednjih 20-godina došlo je do znatnog povećanja migracija stanovništva na globalnoj razini. Globalizacija tržišta, mogućnost putovanja i poslovanja širom svijeta otvorila su vrata ovako velikom kretanju stanovništva i zasigurno doprinijela ekonomskom prosperitetu kako pojedinaca tako i sami društava bilo u zemlji primateljici ili zemljama porijekla.

Migracije-analiza.pdf (18 downloads)

As. Prof. Mišo Mudrić (PHD)
Report: AI and Insurance – Initial Observations

The Report provides snap-shot observations regarding the introduction of artificial intelligence (AI; more specifically, machine learning and deep learning) into the insurance industry. The Report is based on the “AI and the Future of Law” webinar, hosted by the Corporate and Financial Law Group, School of Law, University of Glasgow (December 2020; where As. Prof. Mudrić participated as a panelist).

009-Report-AI-and-Insurance-–-Initial-Observations.pdf (81 downloads)

Robert Mikac, PhD, Faculty of Political Science of Zagreb University
COVID-19 pandemic and crisis management in the Republic of Croatia

The aim of this paper is to analyze how Croatia responded to this crisis from the aspect of the existing normative framework for crisis management and the operational solutions in practice, as well as to explore the role of the Government of the Republic of Croatia and its leaders in strategic decision making and interpretation of the crisis, and the extent to which homeland security and civil protection systems were put in function in managing the crisis.

COVID-19-pandemic-and-crisis-management-in-the-Republic-of-Croatia.pdf (109 downloads)

Robert Mikac, PhD, Deputy President of the Institute for Security Policy
What world to expect after the Covid-19 crisis?
Year 2020, Number 008

The COVID-19 crisis has a global character and impact, and responses to it are local and uncoordinated. As well as in many other crises and disasters – such as the effects of the wars, tens of millions of refugees worldwide, global climate change, permanent pollution and environmental destruction in parts of the world, the discharge of wastewater and the dumping of non-degradable waste into rivers and seas, among many others harmful things – we have a distinct disharmony between security risks, threats and consequences, and available and timely mechanisms and responses.

008-What-world-to-expect-after-the-COVID-19-crisis-Security-analysis-April-2020.pdf (139 downloads)

Robert Mikac, PhD, Deputy President of the Institute for Security Policy
How is Croatia managing the crises it is caught up in?
Year 2020, Number 007

The whole world is currently in a unique crisis that has stopped and altered normal ways of functioning, supply routes and a regular life. The crisis caused by the uncontrolled spread of coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) that causes disease (Covid-19) affects all layers of society and no one is immune to its consequences.

007-How-is-Croatia-managing-current-crises-Security-analysis-March-2020.pdf (183 downloads)

dr. sc. Ivica Bakota, profesor na Sveučilištu Capital Normal u Pekingu, vanjski suradnik Instituta za sigurnosne politike
Epidemija coronavirusa ili što možemo znati o onome što ne znamo
Godina 2020, Number 006

U posljednjih mjesec dana svjedoci smo brojnih analiza, mišljenja i stavova o tome kako su kineske vlasti upravljale krizom izazvanom širenjem coronavirusa. Policy analizu koju vam predstavljamo izradio je dr. sc. Ivica Bakota, profesor na Sveučilištu Capital Normal u Pekingu, vanjski suradnik Instituta za sigurnosne politike.

Dr. sc. Bakota. živi i radi u Pekingu (tijekom izbijanje coronavirus krize je u Hrvatskoj) i dubinski poznaje kineski sustav i način upravljanja. U svojoj analizi se osvrnuo na brojne aspekte predmetne krize i koje je analizirao prvenstveno koristeći kineske izvore. Analiza predstavlja nadopunu znanja o pristupu i modelu kineskog upravljanja kriznim događajima.

006-Epidemija-coronavirusa-ili-sto-mozemo-znati-o-onome-sto-ne-znamo.pdf (358 downloads)

Mihael Šprajc, mag. politologije, doc. dr. sc. Robert Mikac
Opasnost zloupotrebe ilegalnog oružja
Godina 2020, Number 005

  • Opasnost zloupotrebe ilegalnog oružja
  • Pokazatelji o stanju sigurnosti u RH
  • Fenomen ilegalnog oružja u RH
005-Sigurnosna-analiza-sijecanj-2020.-godine.pdf (332 downloads)

doc. dr. sc. Robert Mikac, zamjenik predsjednika Instituta za sigurnosne politike
Elementi za izradu novog Zakona o kritičnim infrastrukturama Republike Hrvatske
Year 2020, Number 004

004-Rasprava-o-izradi-novog-Zakona-o-kriticnim-infrastrukturama-Republike-Hrvatske.pdf (283 downloads)

Krunoslav Katić, Board Member of the Institute for Security Policies
Campaigning for Peace: Can liberal and traditional peace-making solutions work together in illegal weapons collection and awareness raising actions?
Year 2020, Number 003

003-Campaigning-for-Peace-Illegal-weapons-collection-process.pdf (146 downloads)

dr.sc. Gordan Akrap, dr.sc. Filip Dragović

  • O hibridnim prijetnjama
  • O (ne)zakonitim (ilegalnim) migracijama
  • Dezinformacije u hrvatskom medijskom prostoru
002-Sigurnosna-analiza-prosinac-2019.-godine.pdf (146 downloads)

doc. dr. sc. Mikac Robert
Krize i djelovanje u krizama u Republici Hrvatskoj / Crisis and crisis management in Republic of Croatia
Godina 2019., broj 001

001-Krize-i-djelovanje-u-krizama-u-Republici-Hrvatskoj-1.pdf (526 downloads)
001-Crisis-and-crisis-management-in-the-Republic-of-Croatia.pdf (170 downloads)