DEPENDENT STATE SECURITY: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PAKISTANI TERRORISM THREAT AND CHINESE STATE SECURITY; pp. 51–78Full article in PDF format | https://doi.org/10.3176/tr.2019.1.05
The centrality of conceptual analysis has been underlined and acknowledged by scientists worldwide. This research discusses a new concept of security, identifying the relationship between state security and threats, labelled state security relation. The main emphasis is on a novel notion in the security paradigm, dependent state security, which is grounded by the case study of Chinese state security relationship with the Pakistani terrorism threat. The paper also highlights some of the practices that led to the development of the concept and the threat response strategies implied in the case of dependent state security relations.
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