7 edition of Redefining national security found in the catalog.
Redefining national security
Lester Russell Brown
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Lester R. Brown.|
|Series||Worldwatch paper ;, 14|
|LC Classifications||UA10.5 .B76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||78311180|
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Thus far, most of the attention has centered on the plight of refugees or on ways to curb the flow of illegal immigrants. As more and more migrants cross interstate boundaries, however, governments are realizing that immigration and asylum problems cannot be Redefining Science shows that the government achieved its Cold War "consensus" only by active opposition to powerful dissenters and helps explain the current and uneasy relationship between scientists, the public, and government in debates over issues such as security.
Redefining National Safety: Who is the Enemy? Saturday 13 Aprilby Badri Raina Were you to ask an ordinary citizen what constitutes a greater threat to her safety, the prospect of a maverick border skirmish by a neighbouring country or the destitute routine of her life unsupported by any guaranteed livelihood or health care, she is most In keeping with the national security state established in the aftermath of WW II, the federal government redefined science as a technical endeavor critical to national security.
According to historian Rubinson (Bridgewater State Univ.), many scientists embraced patriotic though pragmatic tactics to conform to prevailing US nuclear strategy and policy, while those advocating disarmament on The formulation “economic security is national security” first appeared in the United States’s December National Security Strategy, but it has re-appeared many times since.
In a Dec. 9 op-ed, Peter Navarro, a close advisor to the president on trade issues, characterizes the maxim as President Trump’s “ new organizing principle