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You might not consider disease to be a national security issue, but that depends on how you define national security. A ‘disease’, by the way, is a disorder of…

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You might not consider disease to be a national security issue, but that depends on how you define national security.
A disease, by the way, is a disorder of structure or function in a human, animal or plant, especially one that produces specific symptoms.
In the past, strategists considered national security to be about the survival of the nation-state, but these days its considered more broadly to be about the wellbeing of the nation-state.
So national security is not just about protection from…

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