On the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive Culture

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On the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive CultureOn the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive CultureOn the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive CultureOn the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive CultureOn the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive CultureOn the Issue of Ideological and Political Justification of Creating Public-Private Paramilitary Systems in the Context of Strategic Offensive Culture

The article deals with modern military conflicts, as well as characteristics and peculiar features of strategic offensive culture. This culture always presupposes the existence of struggle elite, a single civil-military corporation capable of spiritual strategic goal setting and as a result — relying on the unity of the state and non-state national security systems, on a single complex — “total forces” — which combines public and private forces ensuring security policy, NPOs that directly interact with them, political parties and movements, religious institutions, mass media and business structures. Public-private paramilitary units of a new type, meeting the requirements of conducting asymmetric and hybrid wars, gradually become the core of this complex.