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CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION IN NOWADAY’S SECURITY ENVIRONMENT

Eugen POPESCU

Abstract


In the context of the current security environment, civil-military cooperation is an ongoing concern regarding the conduct of multinational operations in optimal conditions. Lately, actions at international level, which included the military operations, regardless of space, duration and violence clashes, showed a major outstanding need to coordinate the military operations with the actions of local / central and the international institutions and NGOs. Therefore, the work of civil-military cooperation is adequate capacity to coordinate actions previously recorded. Through the activities of civil-military structures, the commander builds relations in area of operations where military operations are conducted. These are supported by the contact established between NATO and civilian actors. Besides institutional contacts taking place between multinational Headquarters and various civilian actors, between these entities there are also informal links that provide knowledge systems of work, planning and joint training activities

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*** Manualul pentru cooperarea civili-militari (CIMIC), Bucharest, 2015.

*** AJP-3.4.9, Allied Joint Doctrine for Civil-Military Cooperation, NATO Standardization Agency (NSA), Nov. 2018.

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