ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES FOR LONG-TERM DEFENCE PLANNING
Teodora Petrova1 and Zhivo Petrov2
1Assist. Prof. Ph.D., Georgi Benkovski Air Force Academy, Dolna Mitropoliya, Bulgaria, firstname.lastname@example.org
2Assist. Prof. Ph.D., Georgi Benkovski Air Force Academy, Dolna Mitropoliya, Bulgaria, email@example.com
The problems requiring managerial decisions are common for all countries in the Euro-Atlantic community regardless of the status of each individual country. Regardless the involved state is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) or its partner. Some of these problems have already existed for decades but have become particularly acute over the last twenty years. These problems include the reduction of troops and spending on post-Cold War peace dividends as well as the need of an increase in the number of mobile armed forces capable of operating far beyond the borders of their countries and whose actions have to be supported for a very long periods of time.
Keywords: management, defense planning, armed forces, strategic goals.
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IJASOS International e-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences, Peer-reviewed international Academic Journal, ISSN: 2411-183X
Vol. VI, ISSUE:16; April 2020
Publication date: 30.04.2020