The World National Security in Shadow of the Digital Space

Bashir Turki Kreishan, Hasan Abdullah Al-Dajah

Abstract


The study aims at recognizing threatening of the world national security in the shadow of the digital space. The study employed the descriptive analytical approach, that personifies that as it is in real, then studies correlation and effective relations among their variables and deduce the results. Then had deduced the following results: It was pin pointed through the study that the world national security remains the demand of all states altogether. Also the national security never does depend on the military classical concepts alone, and other sectors such as; the political, economic and social are not less important from the classical sectors. Also it was pin-pointed that the concept of the humanitarian security had imposed itself on the national security, and the security of native lands is connected with the human one. The study also revealed the increase of the national security techniques of threatening by the technical progress in the digital space, the thing that caused numerous forms of threats.


Keywords


World national security; Digital space; Humanitarian security; Technical progress

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