TITLE

EDUCATION IN THE MILITARY SYSTEM WITHIN THE STRATEGY OF NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ALIGNMENT TO THE EUROPEAN STANDARDS

AUTHOR(S)
Vîlcu, Adela
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Bulletin of the 'Carol I' National Defence University / Buletinu;Jan-Mar2012, Issue 1, p124
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The strategy for national security, seen as a national instrument which gives force and practical value to these requirements, represents an integrating factor of synthesis; it becomes operational by means of an aggregate of decisions, plans, measures and actions meant to prevent and to efficiently counteract the risks and threats which may endanger the values and national interests, as well as the values which confer identity and unity to the European construction.
ACCESSION #
78132339

 

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