RESISTANCE MOVEMENT ‒ RELEVANCE FOR HOMELAND DEFENCE
There is a direct connection between societal resilience and resistance movements, as a higher level of resilience ensures preconditions for an efficient resistance movement when territorial sovereignty or independence is threatened or temporarily lost. This paper highlights the necessity to approach the resistance concept in both Romanian armed forces and civil society, and the required preconditions for a successful resistance movement in case of occupation. The purpose of this paper is to debate the opportunity of planning and preparing during peacetime for a valid resistance in a total defence scenario.
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