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    Organizing Committee

    Lt.Col. Assoc Prof Eng. Laurian GHERMAN, PhD

    Lt. Cosmin TĂTULESCU

    Student Jaroslav BERACZKO

    Student Daniel BULAI

    Student Ioana GEANĂ

    Student Ionuţ MOROIU

    Student Felix ONOFREI

    Student Lorena BAHNARU

    Student Matei DUMITRU

    Student Emanuela OBLEZNIUC

    Student Alexandru ALMĂŞAN

    Student Cristian ANDREI

    Student Oana TIVADAR

    Student Marius POPA

    Student Vlad-Andrei SKOWRONSKI

    Student Marian STAN

    Student Iulia-Maria DANCIU

    Student Bogdan CRĂCIUN

    Student Maria-Narcisa CIOTINĂ

    Student Cătălin CIOBANU

    Student Ştefan-Iustin MIHAI

    Student Alexandru BRATU

    Student Răzvan-Cristian ROŞU

    Student Flavius-Nicolae BRICIU

    Student Maria-Cătălina MUNTEANU

    Student Mircea-Mihai DAMIAN

    Student Petru-Marius DĂNILĂ

    Student Marius CHIFIRIUC

    Student Sebastian-Marian TRANDAF

    Student Alexandru-Cristian NICULAE

    Student Nicolae-Daniel FĂRCAŞ

    Lt.Col. Cristian ENE

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    STUDENTS’ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AFASTUD – 2016 18th Edition

    COMMUNICATING ACROSS CULTURES

    Assoc. Prof. Daniela BELU, PhD

    Cpt. Laura-Maria SABOSLAI-FOTIN

    WO Sergiu OBREJA

    Eng. Mariana GHINDĂOANU

    Eng. Daniela OBREJA

    WO Marian MIHALACHE

    WO Călin DOBREAN

    WO Marius TĂNASE

    WO Marius CODREANU

    Col. Dumitru DINU

    Lt.Col. Ionel FEROIU

    NCO Marius VOROVENCI

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    Scientific Committee

    Lt.Col. Assoc Prof Eng. Laurian GHERMAN, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Professor Milan SOPOCI, PhD Armed Forces Academy of General Milan Rastislav Stefanik, Slovakia

    Lt.Col. Assoc Prof Eng. Ionică CÎRCIU, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Lt.Col. Assoc Prof Adrian LESENCIUC, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Lt.Col. Dănuţ BĂLOS „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Lt.Col. Marian OANA „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Maj Assistant Prof Cosmin IVANCIU „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Maj Lect Cătălin CIOACĂ, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Proffesor Traian ANASTASIEI, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Proffesor Eng. Constantin ROTARU, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Assistant Prof Eng. Constantin STRÎMBU, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Assoc Prof Diana ILIŞOI, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Assistant Prof Cristian CONSTANTINESCU, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Lect Daniela NAGY, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Assistant Prof Eng. Vasile PRISACARIU, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    Assistant Prof Eng. Liliana MIRON, PhD „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brasov

    The editorial board claims no responsibility concerning the scientific contents of the published

    papers in this issue. The authors take the full responsibility for the contents. No part of this publication may be reproduced, partially or totally, without the prior written permission of the publishing board.

    “Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy Publishing House

    ISSN, ISSN-L: 2360-0152

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    STUDENTS’ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AFASTUD – 2016 18th Edition

    COMMUNICATING ACROSS CULTURES

    C O N T E N T S

    1. THE CURRENT STRATEGIC AND GEOPOLITICAL CONTEXT. THREATS TO WORLD STATES Andreea DĂNILĂ, Sebastian TRANDAF

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    2. FLYING TRAINING SYSTEM FORCADETS IN POLISH AIR FORCE ACADEMY– CHANGES AND EXPECTATIONS Maciej MIESZKOWSKI, Marcin OLECH

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    3. HUMAN FACTORS INFLUENCING AVIATION SAFETY Cătălin MOCANU 25

    4. THE GEOGRAPHY OF POWER: RELATIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND GERMANY IN TODAY’S BROADER INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT Oana PUIE, Andreea ȘERBAN

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    5. PASSENGER CONTROL AND ONBOARD BOMB ATTACK OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVING AIR SAFETY Vivien SZABÓ

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    THE ISLAMIC STATE: GROWTH, RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT Mihai VIDESCU

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    OPTIMISM IN DAILY LIFE Diana GRUIA , Andreea MUNTEANU

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    STUDY REGARDING THE PERCEPTION OF THE MILITARY STUDENTS FROM THE A.F.A. AND THE L.F.A. OF THE GENDER RELATED STEREOTYPES Gabriel-Ionel MĂRCULEŞTEANU, Alina-Ioana BÎNDIU

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    EUROPEAN POLITICAL ANTIESTABLISHMENT MOVEMENTS – AN ASCENDING TREND Alexandru NICA

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    THE EFFECTS OF MUSICAL PHENOMENA ON LIFE DIMENSIONS Paul-Alexandru POPA

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    11. THE PREVALENCE OF CURRENT PATHOLOGIES AMONG MILITARY STUDENTS AND PROPHYLACTIC METHODS

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    12. ALGORITHM FOR CALCULATING THE NUMBER OF BOMBERS NEEDED FOR DESTROYING A RUNWAY Ivan DIMITROV, Ivan STEFANOV

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    13. COANDA EFECT OPTIMISATION OF A (UAV) FLYING SAUCER Ni l IACOB

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    14. OBTAINING THE EQUATION OF THE POSITION FUNCTION OF A DOUBLE-CONTOUR PLANE RETRACTION MECHANISM OF THE LANDING GEAR USING THE ANALYTICAL METHOD

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    15. GENERAL NOTIONS RELATED TO PHENOMENA OCCURRING IN ROCKET NOZZLES Marian POTOLINCA

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    16. COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PORTABLE MISSILE SYSTEMS G b i l ALDEA

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    17. COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE ANTIAIRCRAFT WEAPON SYSTEMS S-400 TRIUMF AND 9K720 ISKANDER-M (SS-26 STONE) George-Adrian MARIN

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  • THE CURRENT STRATEGIC AND GEOPOLITICAL CONTEXT. THREATS TO WORLD STATES

    Andreea DĂNILĂ, Sebastian TRANDAF

    „Henri Coandă” Air Force Academy, Brașov, Romania

    Abstract: The concepts of danger, threat, risk and vulnerability were defined by different theories and approaches implicit and explicit doctrine of security , but the consensus seems to be achieved. In this paper we planned the conceptual clarification of the terms that we will operate in the analysis of risks and threats to the security of states, but not limited to simple review of existing definitions.From a military perspective, threat analysis can take into account the ongoing process of compiling and reviewing all available information regarding on, Middle East, the danger posed by ballistic missiles or potential terrorist activities.

    Keywords: threats, psihotronic war, tactical ballistic missiles, terrorism.

    1.INTRODUCTION

    The threats to world’s states security is a very topical subject which is in a constant evolution. There are many factors that influence directly this development . The most signifiant are:  Destabilizing global security correlated with emphasizing the danger of regional

    crises;  The importance of air war was increased paradoxically reducing air forces;  Increasing the importance of tactical ballistic missiles, air-ground missiles,

    antiradar missiles, cruise missiles and unmanned aircraft;  These weapons systems are effective, so more states allowing their purchase; The evolution of the launche ammounition processes by modern means of air attack

    and the aerial threats on land targets involves analysis the following aspects:  the assessment of range and type of munitions;  the tactics that can be used for deployment in space of these weapons and for the

    profiles of flight paths;  evaluation of tactical weapons integration;  evaluating changes in integration weapons tactics during the change of situation;

    2.THE CURRENT STRATEGIC AND GEOPOLITICAL CONTEXT

    2.1. Iran’s geopolitics. Iran is the country that has profited the most in terms of

    geopolitical fall of communism because, since then, the world’s attention was turned to Middle East and this situation won’t change very soon. Therefore, the attacks in Paris are more important for Bolivians or Angolan than an attack with 10 times more victims in other less developed countries. The Middle East becomes the new hub of global journalism and many names were enshrined. Moreover, the Al Jazeera apperance opened the space for almost everyone, which for diplomats, military and geopolitical area

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  • professionals have been excellent: attention, money, influence, power - these were the benefits of the past 25 years in the Middle East .

    2.2. Iranian resistance. Decreasing power of Iraq during 1991-2003 consolidated Turkey's power in that area allowing it to think even a major expansion of its influence, including by blocking the Kurds, but also Iran, dismay primarily Saudi Arabia.

    Middle East is an area where political and administrative institutions of the European type truely succeeded only in Israel, in other countries degrees of success being influenced by religion, tradition and historical education. Thus, only Turkey and Iran have reached better results, other countries being more or less affected by how religion was imposed in society and the degree of corruption of leaders. The final collapse of Iraq in 2003, in conjunction with management mistakes in the coming years have le

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