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2010, vol. 62, iss. 2, pp. 29-77
Alone, but yet together: On the military strategy of a neutral nation state in the new Europe as shown by the example of Austria
Akademija nacionalne odbrane Republike Austrije, Institut za društvene i humanističke nauke, Austrija
The present paper analyses the development of the Austrian security policy starting in 1955 with the end of the occupation period by the victorious powers of World War II until the present era of integration of the continent under the aegis of the European Union. In so doing, it dwells on the general security-political framework conditions in Europe during that period and explains the concept of strategy in Chapter 1. Chapter 2 deals with Austria's specific role as a neutral state in the Cold War period. Chapter 3 examines the strategic approaches in Austria in the phase of change, the approach to NATO and Austria's accession to the European Union as a neutral state. Chapter 4 assesses the possible military-strategic positioning of the European Union and its member states, which have set themselves the goal of building up a common defense in the foreseeable future. This requires that the nation-state centered thinking is changed, and to indicate this is the ultimate goal of the paper.
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