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SZTUKA WOJNY by Sun Tzu is Fiction & Literature Sztuka wojenna Sun Zi (chiń. 孫子兵法, pinyin. Sūnzĭ Bīngfǎ) – chińskie wojenne opracowanie napisane w VI. Home · Sun-Tzu - Sztuka Wojny. Sun-Tzu - Sztuka Wojny. Click the start the download. DOWNLOAD PDF. Report this file. Description. sun. Sponsored Ads. Sun Tzu said: In the operations of war, where there are in the field a thousand swift chariots, as many heavy chariots, and a hundred thousand mail-clad soldiers.
Excerpt from the theory Discussions about powermetrics methods, of which a category of power remains - for the centre of interests, should first of all explain what it is. It is worth further reflecting over the meaning of the category of power in security science and with possibilities for using the quantification for it in the form of synthetic measures of power for the broader description of the field of the security of states. Analysis of the environment of security in the category of power will never be complete if it does not cover aspects of both the qualitative and quantitative investigated area. Help Center Find new research papers in: Write your review. Military art - the art of intellect for conductingmilitary operations, utilizing information resources, and maintaining the quality of armed forces logistics potential. Such comparisons of balance of power between the countries give the security assessment a broader range.
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OK, close. Write your review. December 15, ISBN: In the scientific community, there are also considerable controversies regarding any attempt to measure the power of the state, as a category too abstract and impossible to express in numerical values Such an approach is largely due to not entirely properly connecting terms of measurement and power.
It is worthwhile referring to Douglas W. Hubbard, who rightly notes that every observed phenomenon can be measured. It is happening this way with decisions made at government level concerning foreign policy and security. Modele i zastosowania. Papp, Contemporary International Relations: Framework for Understanding, New - York, ; while S.
I strongly agree with the author and his approach to the concept of measurement: Therefore, it is worth considering the measurement of power on the line as a right seeking connection evaluation: The author of this article does not aspire to be an expert, whom by goal is the identifier of all common surfaces for the sciences about security and the category of power included in the quantitative expression.
The author only focuses on the connections between security and power for measuring this category. Further to the above, the author determined to deal with problems relating to: Finding a common ground for research into the category of power and security? Using selected powermetrics methods that might be useful in assessing the security of the state?
In order to answer such questions, the author will describe common factors for both security and power. The selection of powermetrics methods will be shown in the next part in the article in the next volume , which includes: They are not, of course, all elements that are possible to identify with powermetrics methods.
According to the author, however, they belong to those that deserve particular attention. What is Common for Power and Security? Excerpt from the theory Discussions about powermetrics methods, of which a category of power remains - for the centre of interests, should first of all explain what it is.
Thus, in the literature no consistent definition of power occurs, just the opposite - there are - - each issue a valuable dimension. However, it is possible to separate certain common characteristics of existing definitions. Power on the international stage is the ability of some political unit to force its will on other political units. John G. It is, therefore, a quantitative approach: Researchers from the National Defence University, in the published work concerning understanding power and how it is calculated, propose the following definition: From proposed definitions, it is possible to carry out common characteristics of power and especially - the possibility of influence, possession of certain influence, and also managing behaviours of other participants of international relations.
The possibility of influence regarding the relationship among centres of powers, namely — countries.
Interaction with other participants on the international stage whereas results from possessed material and non-material resources, which, accordingly transformed, characterises the size effectiveness of this influence. The susceptibility of the entity on the character of these interactions is equally important.
Hans Joachim Morgenthau aptly pointed out that the concept of power is one of most difficult and most controversial problems of political science Stoessinger, The Might of Nations: World politics in our times, Random House, New York , p. Russel, The Forms of Power, in: Power ed. Lukes , New York , p.
Lach, J. Skrzyp, A. Morgenthau, Politics Among Nations: Alfred A. Knopf, , p.
Therefore, it is extremely important for both political determiners and military leaders to understand the principles managing international politics in the categories of force and power. International relations, in spite of their changeability and the redefinition of paradigms, peculiarly remain relationships of powers and interests in the field of security. They remain as unceasing competition between states, of which surviving is a purpose, and a resource to this end - a power and force Additionally, the security policy conducted by countries is a result of many factors.
The conditioning of the security belongs to those in the international environment, regional characteristics, roles in international relations and strength power of states It is impossible to talk about the diagnosis without including state security in it - or even a qualitative assessment of relationships of strength power of states in the analysed security environment. This treatment, all the more intentional it seems, when we make ourselves aware of the material dimension of power, manifesting itself in such areas as the economy, the geographical space, the number and quality of the population, military science and even culture and the politics.
Therefore, connections between the power of a state and its security are strongly stressed, while diagnosis of the environment of the security of states calculates the powers of chosen states. The power of states always has a relative value, so must be compared with the power of remaining political individuals. Therefore, as a reflection of the interpenetrating security categories above and of power, they can be described in two ways.
The first is the importance of the power of foreign policy, including national security and the design security strategy. Jones, Rand - Corporation , [http: Morgenthau, Politics Among Nations…, op. Such a diagnosis of the power of the state in the given security environment seems to be crucial for planning security policy, especially long-term.
These changes are taking place slowly, new global, regional centres of powers come into existence over time, although history shows periods of precipitating distribution of the power are happening.
Handling information relating to analyses of the environment of National Security in the categories of the power allows decision- makers to make the right decisions, reducing the risk of uncertainty. When reviewing the underlying policy objectives of foreign countries, we can notice how strongly the role of power and strength are emphasised.
Raymond Aron wrote about the objectives of foreign policy and has split them into two groups: The first he ranked among the security, power and glory Abrahamo Fimo Kenneth Organski shared his foreign policy goals as follows: This is identified with the belief that power is strongly associated with the functioning of the political individual and creates his security policy.
Therefore, an increase in power has most often been identified with an increase in the level of state security. Sykulski, Geopolityka. Hardly any researchers determine power as the ultimate purpose these days, treating this category rather as the centre of the target. Between the state security and its power to find umbilical ties, Janusz Stefanowicz notes in his works that a sum of factors comprises the size, power and the reach of interests of the state determining its position and international rank.
This has a fundamental importance both for the character and the scope of security policy The assessment of the security of political units remains in the range of political and military interests of decision-makers resulting from the soil with which they are performing in the security system. Such an evaluation should focus on analysis of state security towards remaining states, most often to neighbours. This happens with small and average states.
It results from the fact that the horizon of the security of these individuals remains limited on account of the role they are playing in international relations. The assessment of the security is always burdened with a certain dose of subjectivity, which - it seems - measures of power can in some way objectivise.
The security environment, and more precisely the power of neighbouring states and other operators, constitutes one of the elements shaping the level of state security. An equally important role is played by relations between states in the context of hostility-friendships which can strengthen or weaken the security level.