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DEFINING WAR FOR THE 21st CENTURY

Ivica Mandić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0001-9119-5496 ; Ministarstvo obrane Republike Hrvatske


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str. 77-87

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Since the end of Cold War discussion on the nature of war rages among security strategy scientists, whether it has changed, and if so, what it implicates. Terms such as “new” and “hybrid” war have already been recorded in thesaurus, suggesting significant, and deep difference between past and contemporary and future wars. Certain analysts even suggest that the term war is obsolete. For these radicals, military and civil establishment have to make effort to exchange tools or transformations in order to adapt to contemporary war. Traditionalist are, opposite to radicals, focused on continuity. They claim that, while the character of war had changed (as it usually appears), its core nature is persistent – is not changed. For traditionalists, strategy is not subject neither to temporary fashion nor fad. This discussion deeply inflicts on strategy, armed forces and leader’s development. Military and civil leaders have to deal with the change of war implications in the light of future security challenges.

Ključne riječi

war, strategy, armed forces, nature of war, future security challenge

Hrčak ID:

169690

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/169690

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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