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In this article we will discuss National Security (Introduction)

In this article, we will discuss National Security (Introduction). So, let’s get started.

Introduction

The safety of nation against threats such as terrorism, war or espionage.

A country’s national security is its ability to protect itself from the threat of violence or attack we must deal with threats to our national security regardless of the cost.

National security or national defence is the security and defence of a nation, state, including its citizens, economy and institution which is regarded as a duty of government.

National security is this safe keeping of the nation as a whole it’s highest order of business is the protection of the nation and it’s people from attack and other external dangerous by maintaining armed force guarding state secrets.

The three pillars of sustainable national security:

A multi-sum security principle based on justice at all levels multilateralism and multi-dimensional (including human environmental, national, transitional, and transcultural/transcivilization security).

Symbiotic realism in international relations whereby mutual cooperation among states conflictual absolute gains and

Transcivilizational synergy which results from mutual respect, multiculturalism, cosmopolitanism, and cross-fertilization and will lead to global justice, security and prosperity. This is essential reading for anyone interested in an innovative approach to the complex yet central subject of sustainable national security.

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