National Securities Laws and Global Effect of National Security: An Analytical Study
Keywords:Security threats, fundamental freedoms, Human Rights, The security forces, Security Laws
Nations all around the world grapple with the issue of security, specifically how to define what constitutes national security, enact appropriate legislation, ensure applications, and provide security. It is imperative to remember that governments have duties to protect those who live within its boundaries as well as those who are residents of their country.
In this fast changing environment, security threats can come from a variety of unanticipated sources. Non-state actors, groups, loose networks, and even disconnected persons may now pose serious challenges to national security, in contrast to prior threats from other governments or nations that anticipated new threats. In this research article the researcher explain how to safe national security and how to stop the terrorism in India.
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