National strategy. Core Values. Enshrined in constitution; represents basic ethos and belief of the nation. Democracy, Justice, Freedom and fraternity in secular setting. National Interests.
Enshrined in constitution; represents basic ethos and belief of the nation. Democracy, Justice, Freedom and fraternity in secular setting.
Emanate from these core values. It encompasses territorial integrity, political sovereignty,, economic prosperity, welfare and independence. Also, envisions the nation attaining a rightful place in int affairs, commensurate with its power both real and potential.
Synergied efforts of the nation state to further and protect the core values and National Vital Interests..
Basic and country specific National Strategy is made to promote interests. Economic, Political, Foreign and Security aims are described.
In the promotion of what Economic, Political, Foreign and Security threats are identified?
To counter the identified threats what Military and civil countermeasures are to be taken?
To counter the identified threats and promote the national interests what do we accept from neighbors, special friends and the regional and UN Organizations?
How many ministries are required and and their strategies to further/protect the interests?
How does this commission interacts with other ministries ? How are capable individuals brought in this organization?
Types of Army, Paramilitary forces, Police and their roles decided.
Cabinet Committee of National Security(CCNS)
Cabinet Sub Ctte (CSC) on Def, Foreign and Home
Strategic Policy Group (SPG)
Str Tech Gp
CCNS: PM, Finance, Home, Def, Foreign Ministers
CCS: Ministries input irrespective of ministriess
SPG: Natl Security Advisor ( Cabinet Rank)
Armed Forces Chief
Secretaries of Home, Def, MOFA and Finance
Chairman of JIC and Chief of Int Agencies
Core Values/National Interests
Natl Sec Strategy
Str partners, UN, friends
Threats Risks Challenges Opportunities
Pol, eco, mil
Natl Mil Strategy
Assessment (deficiencies and risks)
National Vision Threat Analysis National Requirements -Democratic Process -Civilian Control -Policy and Strategy * Natl Security Concept * Defence Policy *National Mil; Strategy International Factors -Treaties -Agreements -Commitments -Aspirations National Resources
Trained and Ready Forces
Req Op Capability
Def Resource Mgmt
Deploybility and mobility
Deploybility and mobility
Survivality & Force Protection
% of GDP
With a view to the creation of conditions of stability, the United Nations shall promote: (Ch-IX of UN Charter)
a. higher standards of living, full employment, and conditions of economic and social progress and development;
b. solutions of international economic, social, health, and related problems; and international cultural and educational cooperation; and
c. universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language, or religion.
Nation-states exist to deliver political goods—security, education, health services, economic opportunity, environmental surveillance, a legal framework of order and a judicial system to administer it, and fundamental infrastructural requirements such as roads and communications facilities— to their citizens.
Religion and Culture
An unstable state becomes a mere geographical expression, gradually it turns into a black hole where failed polity thrives. Only the dark energy exists.