Policy of Military security in Azerbaijan One of the main objectives and directions of national security policy of the Republic of Azerbaijan is to protect the population and territory of the country from external military intervention and threats, military security and the prevention of external pressure on the sovereign rights of state power. In order to ensure the country's national interests in the military sphere, the state develops its own military security policy. The goal, the main directions and principles of this policy in general is reflected in the concept of national security, and expanded and more uniform - military security concept and military doctrine of the country. The military policy of Azerbaijan is based on the principles
As explained in the research of Grimell (2017), the military culture forces the individual into a position where they must redefine who it is they are. Moreover, this “who I am” military story creates a strong identity within the individual that is often in opposition to the characteristics of the experiential being as a “civilian” (Grimell, 2017, p. 833). This positioning of the dialogical self, forces the questions of DST to become existential in nature. Specifically, these existential questions present as a crisis, or a process, of adaption from the rigidity of military identity to becoming “who
To exercise control, Western democracy demands civilian control of military as Samuel Huntington’s writing in The Soldier and the State that summarized the ideal civilian control as “the proper subordination of a competent, professional military to the ends of policy as determined by civilian authority.” Meaning that in a democratic government, civilian political leadership holds the ultimate responsibility for a country’s strategic decision-making that includes control, instead of professional military officers. As well as Western democratic governances understand the importance of control, so does Thailand. However, Thailand’s understanding of the means to control is different from the
This two elements is very important to make a cooperation among troops. The meaning of justice is the quality of being just, righteousness, equitableness or moral rightness while the meaning of fairness is the quality of making judgements that are free from discrimination. Justice and fairness is the important thing in military due to the defence and salvation of our country. If this two elements have been ignored, our country might be in threatened. Our national defence depends on how our military works.
Relations with subordinates and chiefs can interfere with a quick and efficient decision making, which is of paramount importance, in the light of the large amounts of information a modern military leader is confronted to. Indeed, the challenges we will be focusing on are generated by human relations, namely interaction between the leader and his team. The examples developed will mainly be concentrated on daily life difficulties faced by young cadets. First and foremost, modern warfare is different from traditional warfare, in the sense that military leaders are confronted to collaboration with foreign personnel, with a different cultural background. Not only do they have to adapt to a certain culture and way of seeing things, but they also have to understand the differences and accept the fact that their orders may be misinterpreted.
1.1 Overview The Armed Forces of a country are its government sponsored defence, fighting forces and organizations. They exist to further the foreign and domestic policies of their governing body and to defend that body and the nation it represents from external and internal aggressors. In broad usage the term ‘armed forces’ and ‘military’ are often treated synonymously. Sometimes, a country’s armed forces may include both its military and other paramilitary forces. The obvious benefit to a country in maintaining armed forces is in providing protection from foreign threats and from internal conflict.
(D) Scope of National Security Versus Insecurity A traditional definition of the State, often attributed to Max Weber, requires as a necessary condition, the effective monopoly of the use of violence within a given territory. The security of States was, therefore, threatened by any change that might threaten that monopoly of violence, whether it was through external invasion or internal rebellion. National Security was therefore, viewed purely from the military perspective. Consequently, National Security was, in the past, narrowly understood and insufficiently conceptualized. From most of the literature available, adopting this narrow view, National Security concept is given an essentially strategic meaning by equating military defence with security as a whole.
Security in general has been the preserve of the elites in society such as statesmen, diplomats, and the military to the detriment of gender considerations . Within International Relations (IR), traditional security revolves around warfare, peace, state autonomy and self interest of nation-states with emphasis on military might . Ann Tickner thus describes
The civil-military relationship plays a significant role in national security. When there is peace in country they impact the internal stability of the nation, while in war they influence the results. In the developed countries the military participates in making national security policies. However countries which have colonial history and our developing the military plays role in interfering in domestic politics. It sometimes overthrown the legal government or influences the decision making at national level, And Pakistan is a country which contains this kind of civil military relations.
INTRODUCTION: This eesay is about defence budget and missconceptions regarding its way of use. The volume of military expenditure depends on the geographical, political and strategic position of the country on the map. Geopolitical hostilities and domestic violence tend to affect defense expenditure. Other factors like security, technology, political affinity and priorities, geography and history determine defense. Countries surrounded with threats cannot ignore military expenditure no matter what the stage of their development is.