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The necessary mutation of the armies in the 21st century

Mark Chang Taiwan

Here is a summary of a presentation on the adaptation of armies in the 21st century.
I take as a starting point that the people who inhabit the territories of the Western world have evolved from their ethnic, geographical and cultural origins, as well as their civic spirit, their understanding/acceptance of a collective goal, etc.
I can see that Western countries, most of them secondary political powers, can once again become plausible moral entities by a strong and disinterested gesture. Taking into account also the economic imperatives to come and the political will to invest in the security forces, I propose the rehabilitation of the ideal, analyzed as the best tool for the good of nations.
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the need for a courageous transformation of our army towards neutrality, and the limitation of the engagement of our armed forces to strictly humanitarian missions, in order to make a useful contribution to national cohesion and economic priorities.
The military, in its structure, its missions and its current communication, no longer correspond, for several decades, to Western societies of the 21st century.I propose here much evolutions of the missions and strategies of communication of the army so that it meets the aspirations of the society and is re-adopted by it.
The great challenge for centuries to come, for all Western countries, will be terrorism, not just jihadism. Far from unsuitable sentry operations, the army must abandon their barracks and transfer to total anonymous immersion in society. Here, I detail the proposals of evolution, action and communication of the defense forces to usefully counteract the actions of destabilization that will undergo Western countries.

The territories and nations subject to the various Western powers, like the generally mixed societies of these dominant powers, in their present component, expect strong, generous, disinterested gestures to turn the page of past imperialist policies. The various withdrawal actions must be organized. The goal is economic interest as well as...
If interested in my report, please contact me williamkergroach@yahoofr or +33 6 50 97 60 84


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