Analysis of NATO comprehensive crisis management: Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Slovenia

Iliev, Andrej and Denchevski, Trajche and Glavinov, Aleksandar (2014) Analysis of NATO comprehensive crisis management: Republic of Macedonia and Republic of Slovenia. In: VII Medunarodna konferencija: Dani kriznog upravljanja, 22-23 May 2014, Zagreb, Croatia.

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The change ofsecurity environmentandnew securitychallenges, are the reasons for appearance and practical implementation of a NATO comprehensive crisis management. It’s more than clear that is not possible, effi ciently and successfully to overcome a crisis without applying a comprehensive approach to crisis management, through the active cooperation of the political, military and civilian interface. The need for the development of the civil-military cooperation concept has accepted many countriesworldwide including Republic Macedonia, which aspires to join NATO and EU. Although Republic of Macedonia is a pioneer in this fi eld comparing with the achievements of NATO and EU countries. The scientifi c emphasis of this paper is placed on a comparative analysis of the achievements that Slovenia has made comparing with the Republic of Macedonia in the fi eld of comprehensive approach to crisis management. Republic of Macedoniaas a futureNATOand EUmember, willbe more active includedas well inAfghanistanand also in otherNATO, UN and the EU missions. Therefore, it is necessarytocomprehensivelyconsiderthe opportunities for Republic of Macedonia to participateinmissions as Afghanistan for supporting the infrastructure capacities with its own governmentalinstitutions, nongovernmental organizations, private sector and civilians ociety.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Engineering and Technology > Other engineering and technologies
Divisions: Military Academy
Depositing User: Aleksandar Glavinov
Date Deposited: 20 Jan 2016 11:40
Last Modified: 20 Jan 2016 11:42

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