M. Shishatskii, MGIMO University, 76, prosp. Vernadskogo, Moscow, 119454, Russian Federation (email@example.com).
Neither country in the whole world is in a position today to counter complex regional and global security challenges alone. In this connection, the extent of engagement of UN, NATO, EU and other organizations in the crisis management has unprecedentedly increased over the last decades. More frequently the national military forces conduct operations of different complexity as a part of international coalition, what underlines the necessary for their interoperability improvement in both doctrine and capability. This analysis focuses on the progress achieved as well as current difficulties of interoperability development in the course of modern multilateral operations.
interoperability, international security, multilateral operations, military transformation, crisis management, NATO
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