The Role and Position of the Soldier in the New Democratic Societies the Case of Kosovo

Xhavit Sadrijaj

Abstract


The world before has never changed in such a short time like it did in the ending of the last millenium and beginning of the new one. Especially important in this period of time was the fall of the USSR and Yugoslavia from which compounds new countries were established. Even The Republic of Kosovo is a result of this process, although its expensive cost of independence. The resurrection and the construction of the new state, was and continues to an oscillation in the sound of the state building. Within those sounds is also the building of Kosovo Armed Forces of the Republic of Kosovo. The basic basis of the army as a social institution are soldiers and key principles like: unity, strong rules and disciplines. The commitment of the citizen in the army automatically changes its position and role to society itself. The soldier's role as an inseparable part of society in the Republic of Kosovo was to be a liberator, be reconstructive, and finally defending the country while preparing himself for the mission of peace and security guards in its own state and also regional and global stability.

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n1s2p207


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