Comprehensive approachModern state strategy and comprehensive approach
“Every effect has a cause, all intelligent effect has an intelligent cause, the power of the cause is due to the magnitude of the effect.”
Nowadays an efficient crisis management must be based on a comprehensive approach for a national strategy to be implemented.
Understanding multilateral challenges and procedures is critical to any contribution to a regional or international conflict resolution process.
The skills required to understand and design such an approach have to be acquired at all level of commands.
- Being able to develop and implement relevant strategy along all instruments of power;
- Being able to convey this strategy through interoperability;
- Being able to lead coalitions or contribute to them efficiently.
A need for methodology
NATO and EU have developed powerful but complex planning processes which allow collaboration within big coalition. These processes can be adapted to smaller countries and organization. Mastering these processes strengthen influence on the international scene.