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Securitising Singapore: State Power and Global Threats Management
Examines how the Singaporean government developed a comprehensive state-society strategic relationship by “securitising” vital policy area as a global city state. Provides a literature review of the globalization debate and theories of securitization. Outlines Singapore’s national security foundations, the politics of state and nation-building, and distinctive civil-military relations and global city strategy. Focuses on globalization and national security evolution. Analyzes the securitization of infocomm sector, health sector, and climate-environment sector.
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