Lack of moral values are main source of worsening world security. Without solving this phenomenon, efforts of combating violence, military conflicts and terrorist threats cannot bring positive results.
In 2014, we started to work on new public policy proposals with a potential to substantially increase international security. These pages are dedicated to present results in a field of foreign policy and defence suitable for small country as Slovakia. New proposals are based on the following:
Right for life belongs to basic human rights accepted in most countries. Many conclusions can be drawn:
The above mentioned principles shell raise discussion questioning appropriateness of many of the currently used war techniques such as bombing the leader´s house in order to kill or destroying air defence systems of foreign state. They shell also call for the preference of defensive capacities over capabilities of army deployment far away outside the country. Especially for small countries protection, building defence army is far more efficient and effective as building attack armies.
Rights and obligations of above mentioned principles are very close to the rights and obligations of a neutral country. They shell have higher priority than any obligations arising from the possible membership in military alliances. From that reasons, important part of this project is achieving neutrality in Slovak Republic and the possible cooperation with other neutral countries, especially Austria and Switzerland.
Defence capabilities - an obligation of any neutral country - will be strengthened by introducing the home guard type structures operating in coordination with existing professional army. The proposed home guard structures will have strong link with strict moral criterions and tests. They can be employed to prevent any kind of risks including natural disasters. Experience from another countries where such structures already operate (Switzerland, Norway, USA, etc.) will be used.