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The result was what might be called Total War, where the entire resources of the state were mobilized to sustain armies in the field whose only formula for victory was attrition and whose commanders were military managers. The object of operations became, not the destruction of the enemy army on the battlefield, but, by engaging that army in prolonged and inescapable battles of attrition, to bleed the opposing society to death. 1 First, Second and Third Generation of Warfare Toffler explains1 that ‘‘[S]ociety needs people who take care of the elderly and who know how to be compassionate and honest.

During the agrarian age, the only fundamental changes that occurred in the conduct of war were the results of social and political factors rather than technological innovation. Furthermore, it was only the development of the bureaucratic state in early modern Europe that made possible the development of professional, disciplined, long-serving armed forces, especially navies. And it was the French Revolution, not any technological breakthrough, that made possible the Napoleonic campaigns, which not only introduced a new operational concept into warfare but also overthrew an entire political order in Europe and prompted Clausewitz to foresee a new era of ‘‘absolute’’ war.

This statement proves the importance of permanent monitoring and assessment of the local potential in each societal dimension to understand causes and possible solutions for the conflicts in the area of the complex emergency. All the changes in security dimensions are providing a clear picture about threats to certain society, its vulnerabilities and capabilities, and most important security trends on the way to sustainable development. With the proper understanding of these relations, the IC can plan and manage, together with security instruments, any kind of crises response operations in crisis areas around the world.

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