July 31, 2013

Defence Planning: Getting Transparency Right

On 24 January 2013, the Estonian Government approved the National Defence Development Plan 2013-2022 (NDDP), which will guide the Estonian defence planning over the next decade, converting the defence objectives into solid projects. Since the plan was completely devised by the government, with little public input, this has generated a debate on transparency and accountability in defence planning. The present analysis is a constructive critique aimed at bringing defence planning closer to the public.

31.07.2013,  Liz Arnanz and Indrek Kaik (ICDS interns)
On 24 January 2013, the Estonian Government approved the National Defence Development Plan 2013-2022 (NDDP), which will guide the Estonian defence planning over the next decade, converting the defence objectives into solid projects. Since the plan was completely devised by the government, with little public input, this has generated a debate on transparency and accountability in defence planning. The present analysis is a constructive critique aimed at bringing defence planning closer to the public.

Download: Liz Arnanz and Indrek Kaik – Defence Planning Getting Transparency Right

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