- The term resilience has its origins in physics, referring to the mechanical property of materials to withstand various shocks (such as compression or bending) and return to their original state.
- Subsequently, the concept of resilience was taken up by researchers and theorists in other fields of science (ecology, psychology, sociology, economics, etc.), being used metaphorically to describe certain systems that face disruptive factors and that go through various periods. imbalance, having the ability to resist and return to its original state
- Lately, research into the resilience of green systems has focused on the transformation process, which, along with adaptation , is the key to addressing social resilience.
- Hybrid aggression means the combined and innovative application of several conventional (military) and unconventional (political, diplomatic, economic, informational, cyber) means to achieve a certain proposed strategic goal.
- Hybrid aggression has a significantly higher degree of non-determination than any other form of classical threat because it exploits the vulnerabilities of the target, manifests itself on several levels simultaneously or in a succession of destructive actions, which cannot be fully anticipated by the mechanisms. early warning of the states / communities concerned.
- Focusing on the idea of hybrid threat emphasizes the need for preventive action.
- Good governance involves the implementation of public policies appropriate to the community served based on the principle of decision-making transparency, the participation of individuals in the act of governing and the efficiency in the relationship between resource consumption and results obtained.
- The good governance of a community implies the assurance of its immediate FUNCTIONALITY but also of its BECOMING .
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