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APEL REGIONALNOG CIVILNOG DRUŠTVA EU, SAD, NATO VLADAMA
Autor: B.net
Objavljeno: 04. May 2021. 18:05:10
Neuspješna konsolidacija balkanskih zemalja – suočite se s tim



Kada je riječ o Balkanu, odnos većine zapadnih vlada bio je sve do 2018. godine u potpunosti u skladu s idealom „cjelovite, slobodne i mirne” Evrope koji je podrazumjevao i stav da dalja promjena granica ili etnoteritorijalizacija neće biti dozvoljena. Jednakost građana i prihvatanje multietniciteta kao historijske stvarnosti na čitavom Zapadnom Balkanu predstavljeni su ne samo kao preduslovi za evroatlantske integracije, već i kao potreba za održavanje mira i sveobuhvatne bezbjednosti nakon niza ratova u kojima je tokom jedne decenije poginulo više od 130.000 ljudi.

Do 2018. godine, zapadne politike u regionu duže od jedne decenije oslanjale su se na birokratski automatizam – formalno su bile posvećene kopenhaškim kriterijumima i liberalno-demokratskim vrednostima i standardima, dok su se sve više od njih udaljavale i popuštale pred formalizmom i transakcionalizmom u odnosu na lokalne elite. Ova “zombi” politika dozvolila je proširenje NATO i EU uprkos nerješavanju otvorenih sporova sa susedima. Posljedice ove, tada počinjene greške sada su postale vidljive.

Inherentno polarizujući nacionalni autoritarni populizam koji podsjeća na nacionalizam viđen u bivšoj Jugoslaviji od kraja osamdesetih godina, postao je sve očigledniji i u nekim državama članicama EU, kao i u SAD poslije izbora Donalda Trampa. Svi ovi faktori ubrzali su negativnu dinamiku u vezi demokratije na Zapadnom Balkanu. Jedini pozitivan pomak u ovom periodu sveo se na zbivanja u Sjevernoj Makedoniji, koja se sada, nažalost, razvodnjavaju; do toga, međutim, nije došlo zahvaljujući politici Zapada, već uprkos njoj. Pritisak građana primorao je EU i SAD da se opredijele i primoraju Nikolu Gruevskog na nove izbore, a zatim i na prihvatanje njihovih rezultata.

Podjelu Kosova koju su u ljeto 2018. godine predložili predsjednik Srbije Aleksandar Vučić i njegov kosovski kolega Hašim Tači – propagirajući je kao „razmjenu teritorija“, „razgraničenje“ ili „korekciju granica“ – pihvatila je najpre Federika Mogerini, komesarka EU, a zatim i američka vlada. Time se odustalo od transatlantske (u američkom slučaju dvostranačke) politike vođene gotovo dvije decenije. To je u neispunjenim nacionalističkim agendama širom regiona odmah registrovano; ustvari, od etnonacionalističkih aspiracija na Balkanu nikada se nije ni odustalo, već ih je suzbijao i odvraćao Zapad koji se nadao da će proces proširenja EU umanjiti potrebu za tim. Lider bosanskih Srba Milorad Dodik koji se već dugo zalaže za rasturanje Bosne i Hercegovine, spremno je prihvatio novu temu za diskusiju. Vučić je naglasio potrebu za dobrim odnosima „Srba i Albanaca“, naglašavajući time da su sadašnje granice upitne.

Ovo se sada zapaža u zajedničkoj politici EU i SAD prema Bosni i Hercegovini, kamufliranoj raspravom o izbornom integritetu. Pokušaj da se “izmjeni i dopuni izborni zakon” u suštini se takođe svodi na demarkaciju unutrašnjih granica i podršku lideru HDZ Draganu Čoviću i njegovom dugogodišnjem snu o de facto ili de jure trećem hrvatskom entitetu – etnoteritorijalnom svetom gralu divizionalnih nacionalista. Što je još gore, podrška Zapada (EU/SAD/UK) izmjenama i dopunama zakona oslanja se na govor o slučajevima Sejdić-Finci, Zornić i Pilav, iako ove presude obavezuju BiH da otvori politički prostor, a ne da učvrsti feudalni poredak. Hrvatska takođe učestvuje u cijeloj ovoj raspravi, što se ogleda u insistiranju na hrvatskim etnoteritorijalnim zahtjevima unutar BiH. Hrvatska je zajedno sa neliberalnim zemljama Bugarskom, Mađarskom i Slovenijom, kao i Grčkom, prosljedila EK nezvanični dokument, tzv. “non-pejper”, koji pretnju disfunkcionalnošću države (Čović i Dodik) povezuje s kontrolom granica EU, čime se dodatno rasplamsava strah desničara i ultradesničara od migranata i azilanata.

Neposredan rezultat ove moralno dezorijentisane politike, protekle nedjelje je pad na novu najnižu tačku. Dok se verodostojnost dokumenta i dalje žestoko osporava, navodni „non-pejper“ koga je Briselu proslijedio slovenački premijer Janez Janša, predlaže ujedinjenje Albanaca, Srba i Hrvata u regionu, podjelu BiH, Sjeverne Makedonije i Kosova, dok začudo, Crna Gora i srpski Sandžak tim planom nisu obuhvaćeni. Bez obzira na to koje je provenijencije „non-pejper“, nesumnjivo postoji čitava kohorta pristalica takvih etnonacionalističkih programa. Glavna namjera možda i jeste da slični, ali nešto manje radikalni prijedlozi od navedenih, počnu da djeluju kao razumniji. Ne bi se ipak trebalo zavaravati da bi bilo kakav pokušaj ostvarenja pomenutih ciljeva prošao bez masovnog nasilja i proterivanja stanovništva. Na „pogrešnim stranama“ postojećih i projektovanih mapa našlo bi se mnogo onih što su i te kako svjesni sopstvene ugroženosti.

Albanski premijer Edi Rama – samoproglašeni nacionalni vođa i jedan od onih što bi po svoj prilici od takvih promjena bili na dobitku – tvrdi da je taj „non-pejper“ bio predmet njegovih razgovora s Janšom. Važno je da predsjednica Evropske komisije i predsjednik Vijeća EU postojanje tog predloga demantuju i odbiju, ili pak potvrde. Ako je zaista autentičan, onda bi predstojeće slovenačko predsjedavanje EU trebalo dovesti u pitanje, jer bi bila zabluda vjerovati da tokom tog predsjedavanja neće biti negativnog moralnog, reputacijskog i materijalnog uticaja na bezbjednost EU.

Još nije kasno da SAD i EU preduprede trenutnu negativnu dinamiku koja potencijalno vodi u nasilje. To se može postići samo ukoliko vlade budu spremne da se suoče s dosadašnjom neuspjelom politikom. Još davno je trebalo ojačati snage odvraćanja u regionu (EUFOR i KFOR), kako bi kredibilno ojačale i omogućile viziju sveobuhvatne bezbjednosti zasnovane na vrijednostima koje ne bi predstavljale samo puku retoriku.

Mi, potpisnici, predstavnici civilnog društva, akademske zajednice i zabrinutih građana iz cijelog regiona, ali i izvan njega – uključujući građane EU i SAD – molimo predsjednike Bajdena, Fon der Lajenovu i Mišela Čarlsa, generalnog sekretara Stoltenberga, kao i šefove vlada vodećih država članica EU i NATO da prepoznaju jasnu i neposrednu opasnost koju predstavljaju njihove trenutne politike i da ih shodno tome promene.

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