Mendefinisikan Kembali Konsep Keamanan dalam Agenda Kebijakan Negara-Bangsa

RR Zahroh Hayati Azizah


Security is essential for the state. The state is said to be safe if it is free from threats. The definition
of security experienced a shift marked by the end of the Cold War and the tragedy of 11 September
2001. The change in the concept of security, which was initially limited to military threats and
aimed at the state, has now developed into a threat to human security. The purpose of this article
is to redefine the concept of security itself in the policy agenda of the Nation-State. The method
used is qualitative, using textual analysis as a data collection method.
Keywords: Security, Threat, Policy

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