ROLE OF THE MILITARY IN CIVIL PROTECTION OPERATIONS AND DOCTRINE
The scientific research role of the military in doctrine and civil protection operations is based on the dedicated literature, expressed on the idea of changing function of the armed forces in today's democratic society, founded on the prohibition of war as an instrument of national policy of states, which caused deep changes to the whole national and international security system.
Keywords: civil protection; humanitarian international right; responsibility to protect; military operations; military doctrine.
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