Acta Universitatis Danubius. Relationes Internationales, Vol 1, No 1 (2008)

The State – Nation Imbalance. Peace and Complex Circumstances

Cristian - Sorin Prună


The defining reference points of this paper take into consideration the creation of several scientific premises which would structure the approached issue - constitutional state (nation) correlated with the term security – by reference to the current international context coordinates. The goal of the proposed approach is organising the elements which define the security of the constitutional state from the perspective of the coexistence between peace and complex situations
(crisis and war). In the effort of organising such a scientific matter, we attempted to realise clear, concise boundaries by means of research – the study and analysis of conflicting phenomena (conclusive factors / consequences). Thus, we pointed out the role of the modern constitutional state in the current context, the inference between the state – nation balance, through its components, to preserve peace and nation security through efficient management of complex situations.


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