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La evolución del Enfoque Integral de la OTAN en la gestión de crisis / The evolution of NATO's comprehensive approach to crisis management operations

Guillem Colom Piella
Revista CIDOB d'Afers Internacionals
No. 97/98, EL BRASIL DE DILMA ROUSSEFF Balance del primer año de Gobierno (ABRIL 2012), pp. 287-304
Published by: CIDOB
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41635284
Page Count: 18
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La evolución del Enfoque Integral de la OTAN en la gestión de crisis / The evolution of NATO's comprehensive approach to crisis management operations
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Abstract

Las operaciones de gestión de crisis, estabilización posconflicto y construcción nacional que se han realizado desde el fin de la Guerra Fría han puesto de manifiesto la extrema necesidad de armonizar la cooperación multinacional e interagencias para incrementar la coherencia y efectividad de la operación. Este es el principio fundamental del Enfoque Integral (Comprehensive Approach), definido como la concertación de las estrategias y las acciones de los actores participantes en la gestión de crisis y a todos los niveles, fases y planos de la misma. La Alianza Atlántica no ha sido ajena a estos avances en materia de gestión de crisis, por lo que desde el año 2006 está definiendo su propio concepto de Enfoque Integral para las misiones no-Artículo 5 y como pilar de su estrategia político-militar para el presente y futuro inmediato. The crisis management operations, post-war stabilisation and nation-building that has taken place since the end of the Cold War has all highlighted the extreme need to harmonise multinational and inter-agency cooperation in order to increase the coherence and effectiveness of the operation. That is the basic principle of Comprehensive Approach, which is defined as the coordination of strategies and actions of the participating actors in crisis management and at all levels, stages and planes of same. The NATO has also incorporated these advances into the area of crisis management, as a result of which, since 2006, it has been defining its own concept of Comprehensive Approach for non-Article 5 missions, and as a central theme in its political-military strategy for the present and immediate future.

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