Wywiad Sojuszu Północnoatlantyckiego i Unii Europejskiej.

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Title Wywiad Sojuszu Północnoatlantyckiego i Unii Europejskiej.
Autor: Minkina, Mirosław
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/82
Date: 2008
Źródło: Doctrina. - 2008, nr 5, s. 125-136
Abstract: At the beginning of XXI century the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and European Union are on the threshold of a new challenges affecting international security. Traditional threats have been replaced by asymmetric ones and both organisations are looking for mechanisms and procedures which enable them take responsibility for crisis management and stabilisation activities. Those challenges have been identified by NATO Strategic Concept and EU Security Strategy. There seem to be general agreement that intelligence plays vital and increasing role to respond to the widened spectrum of strategic interests and requirements. It must be supported by a broader range of institutional and national contributions, encompassing both traditional military matters, expanded monitoring and reporting on political and socio-economic factors. NATO and EU have been developing and improving steadily their intelligence capabilities which are reflected by appropriate intelligence architecture and expansion of interests. In the event of conflict or crisis intelligence must provide a range of support commensurate with the maximising of the various capabilities to rapidly identify key factors influencing security and stability. Intelligence capable of providing continuous support to political and military authorities allows identify emerging instability trends towards crisis and conflict and stimulate preventive political and military measures. Therefore both institutions have developed NATO Intelligence Warning System and EU Watch List respectively. In the wake of 11th September intelligence and security cooperation have been considerably enhanced and substantially expanded. However cooperation tends to be sometimes problematic because of compartmentalized national intelligence gathering and firmly established within intelligence agencies principles of source protection.

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