Comprehensive Security: Challenge for Pacific Asia
Security studies in the twenty-first century entail a paradigm shift from the traditional concerns of national defense (military security) to other dimensions, namely the economic, environmental, and human security of nations. After September 11, the traditional notion of security takes on an anti-terrorist connotation, giving a new salience to "homeland security." This study is a coherent explication of comprehensive security in the above-named dimensions.
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Comprehensive Security in Pacific Asia
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