Methodological Tools For Ensuring National Resilience
In order to develop and implement any national resilience ensuring mechanisms and measures, we need to use appropriate methodological tools allowing us to streamline these activities and determine priority aims and objectives. As building national resilience is a fairly new task for the state and society, it is especially important to determine conceptual approaches to choosing a national resilience ensuring model and key system parameters and forming appropriate state policy with due account for the content and regularities of the national resilience concept.
The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies
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