By Mely Caballero-Anthony
With the tip of the chilly battle, threats to nationwide defense became more and more non-military in nature. matters similar to weather switch, source shortage, infectious illnesses, normal mess ups, abnormal migration, drug trafficking, info safeguard and transnational crime have come to the leading edge. This booklet offers a finished advent to Non-Traditional defense innovations. It does so by:
- Covering modern safety concerns in depth
- Bringing jointly chapters written via specialists in every one area
- Guiding you in the direction of extra fabric in your essays and checks via additional studying lists
- Giving targeted reasons of key concepts
- Testing your realizing via end-of-chapter questions
Edited by way of a number one determine within the box, this can be an authoritative consultant to the main innovations that you will come across all through your non-traditional, and environmental, safety stories classes.
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