Release Date: 02 October 2006
The word security has a military connotation and refers
to the activities involved in protecting or defending a
country, in which the State has a central role. This book
argues that the State provides as well as threatens
security, and that by broadening the concept of security
to include both military and non-military threats such as
those related to ecological, social, economic and
political causes, a system of checks and balances can be
introduced to regulate the State.
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