Politici de securitate. Polonia și Norvegia
22 Ianuarie 2016 Lasă un comentariu
Un excelent model de analiză, raport și recomandări realizat într-un cadru bilateral, polono-norvegian.
Notwithstanding considerable differences in geography and in economic and demographic potential, Poland and Norway are close security policy partners, with their cooperation in the field resting on a solid foundation of similar threat perceptions and well-defined strategic interests, shared by both countries. The most important of those interests is to keep the North Atlantic Alliance strong and able to effectively provide security to member states, primarily through the credible capability of direct defence of their territories, and then later through crisis-management operations and cooperative security.
It is precisely within the NATO framework and at the political level that the Polish-Norwegian cooperation has grown most dynamically, especially with increasing instability in the European security environment following the outbreak of the Russia- Ukraine conflict. And yet, the potential for closer collaboration between Poland and Norway and for sharing one another’s experiences is much larger than current practice would indicate.
The present report analyses key aspects of Polish and Norwegian security policy, where both countries could benefit from the other party’s good practices and experience, and where they could establish closer cooperation. The research covers areas representing three broad dimensions of security policy: national, regional and European. These are also the three levels of governance, as they are proposed in the methodological framework of the GoodGov project.