PL EN


2015 | 1 | 15-37
Article title

Model bezpieczeństwa międzynarodowego XXI w. Od teorii do praktyki.

Content
Title variants
EN
International Security Model in Twenty First Century. From Theory to Practice.
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The article argues that the current security model was shaped in a long period. It is shown that the system was shaped by the solutions applied after the II WW, what embraces global and regional solutions. Until the end of the Cold War the applied solutions were assigned to two opposite Blocs: Western and Eastern. After 1989, which is considered to be the symbolic turning point and end of the Cold War, part of the states from the former Eastern Bloc, after introducing market and democratic reforms have joined NATO and the EU. This also included three states created after the dissolution of the former SU. The article states also that security in Europe is challenged by attempt to reconstruct the area of Russian influence. At the same time it states that this process is not limited to voluntary access of the former republics of SU but also includes annexation of the territories of sovereign Ukraine. The article illustrates that the contemporary security system is characterized by strong asymmetry of applied solutions. NATO applies liberal, cooperative solutions, while Russia uses solutions build upon force and military potential. This asymmetry and moves undertaken by Russia undermine the solutions introduced by international laws. They resulted introduction of sanctions by the US and EU states, what was followed by some political and military steps, labelled as boost NATO military presence in the NATO states bordering with Russia. The article states that in parallel to Hard Power, NATO and the EU should apply also Soft Power. Solutions applied in Russia follow the feeling of majority people in Russia who experience the trauma of former superpower and its fall. The article describes basic conditions of security system with its global and regional solutions, which create its current determinants. This concerns the level of military spending, economic potential, as well as weight of individual states and their groupings in the world scene.
Contributors
  • Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie
References
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.mhp-43e4abc6-6eb2-458d-8fb0-c157b5693227
JavaScript is turned off in your web browser. Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page.