Address by the Hon Prime Minister and Minister of National Security

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The modern era is frequently punctuated by crises emanating from the natural and social worlds that threaten national, regional and even international security. Crises have developed in various ways, including the catastrophic damage caused by natural disasters – for example, hurricanes and earthquakes.
It is therefore critical that senior personnel in all government agencies develop competencies in critically evaluating the prevailing logics of national security and develop their perspectives on the possibility of effective strategy planning in crises; specifically, new perspectives on (i) conceptualizing risks and threats to national security and (ii) operationalizing government’s strategic responses.


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