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Keywords

defence planning
civil planning
strategic planning cycle

Abstract

Legally regulated processes of defence and civil planning should effectively prepare the structures of the state to function both in times of peace and external threats, as well as to respond to crisis situations in the most efficient way. Indication of entities participating in these processes and the content of individual plans and programmes undoubtedly eliminated many organizational and decision-making problems. Analysis of processes affecting the course of defence planning has shown that state security is not always a fundamental issue for politicians, and care for the undisrupted functioning of the planning process becomes irrelevant. The deadlines and provisions of legal acts influencing the cycle of strategic planning in the state are not respected by entities playing an essential role in the process of defence planning.

https://doi.org/10.34739/dsd.2020.01.03
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