2017 | 1(8) Moldova on the geopolitical map of Europe |
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Collective security is of great importance within politically strained modern environment. Especially for small country like Moldova, preservation of sovereignty and territorial integrity, depends upon outside forces and its primary objectives. The great importance for this country is deep analysis of the theories such as the theory of collective enjoyment and also the theories created within the model of "rational choice". Herewith I would like to offer the theory developed by me "the theory of future safety", which is based on principles of the state interests. "The theory of future safety" includes main determinants of doctrine presented at the International Conference of Poland in 2015 year: Main determinants of doctrine of retaining of independence of former USSR republics (Georgia, the Ukraine).
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