By Plamen I. Pantev (auth.), Philipp H. Fluri, Gustav E. Gustenau, Plamen I. Pantev, Mjr. Mag. Ernst. M. Felberbauer, Frederic Labarre M. A. (eds.)
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What was part of civil politics and what were (para)military affairs became blurred. The wars and the various forms of organized violence surrounding them could be read and interpreted as acts of state and (para-)military terrorism against a largely unprotected civilian population. What could the ethnic cleansing campaigns be but orchestrated criminal efforts? What else could the sieges of Vukovar and Sarajevo be but well planned and carefully executed acts of terrorism? In which other way could Srebrenica be described more adequately?
As satellite states they had no independent foreign and defense policies and their armed forces’ operational plans were formulated and coordinated in the Kremlin. This situation left a huge intellectual gap. After the demise of the Soviet Union, there was virtually no defense and security policy planning expertise Civil-Military Relations 41 within the ranks of the military and the governments of the former Warsaw Pact states. Secrecy. In the Soviet Union and its satellite states, military and state security matters were the almost exclusive preserve of the general staffs and the security services.
3 Modernisation The third phase in the civil-military relations transformation is modernisation. Modernisation of the armed forces and the security services is a continuing process even in the long-established systems of the ‘old’ democracies. It is, however, a more difficult and more necessary part of the civilmilitary relations equation in the transition countries. Not only is the need for modernisation more radical here, but it is also immensely more difficult as it encompasses a real revolution in thinking.
The Evolution of Civil-Military Relations in South East Europe: Continuing Democratic Reform and Adapting to the Needs of Fighting Terrorism by Plamen I. Pantev (auth.), Philipp H. Fluri, Gustav E. Gustenau, Plamen I. Pantev, Mjr. Mag. Ernst. M. Felberbauer, Frederic Labarre M. A. (eds.)