strategic concept

strategic concept

The course of action accepted as the result of the estimate of the strategic situation. It is a statement of what is to be done in broad terms sufficiently flexible to permit its use in framing the military, diplomatic, economic, informational, and other measures which stem from it. See also basic undertakings.
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In the case of Estonia becoming a digital society we focused on how the strategic concept is related to the country's identity, the needs and the competition with other Baltic states.
As such, AAIB is the first bank in Egypt to embrace sustainable finance as a strategic concept that coherently ties with its notion of growth.
Representatives of the Administrative Committee of the National Eastern-Central-Western District Cooperation Demonstration Zone noted that Kyrgyzstan is developing dynamically and told about implementation of a strategic concept on joint creation of the Silk Road Economic Belt.
Their strategic concept is to focus on the customer; the bank already has 128 service locations covering Jiangsu province's main prefecture level cities and townships within Suzhou municipality.
Mohammed Abdul Ghaffar stressed the need of the GCC countries to map out a comprehensive strategic concept for joint defence to deter threats and boost security cooperation.
The current Alliance's Strategic Concept displays the vision of how the Alliance will be operating during the next decade in order to prevent particular threats.
This extension of Nato's role clashed directly with Article 11 of Nato's Strategic Concept, which is clear that Nato's task is the defence of the European and American region and specifically states that "The Alliance does not consider itself to be any country's adversary".
Male Fundamentals, a strategic concept created by AkzoNobel Personal Care, is designed to help formulators become better acquainted with this dynamic and growing styling segment.
Additionally, leaders will review implementation of the NATO Strategic Concept, which was agreed by the President and allied leaders during the 2010 Lisbon Summit, and pursue NATO's further transformation to ensure it builds the capabilities required to address future challenges.
One of the principal obligations is to accept the strategic concept - so long as nuclear weapons exist, NATO will remain a nuclear alliance.
In light of that test, the heads of state and government, the political leaders of NATO, met in Lisbon in November 2010 and agreed on a new strategic concept for the Alliance, entitled Active Engagement, Modern Defence.
Other issues discussed included NATO's Operation Unified Protector in Libya, the support for the UN-mandated ISAF operation in Afghanistan and the development of closer consultative mechanisms following the adoption of NATO's new Strategic Concept at the Lisbon Summit in 2010.

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