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The Globalisation in the Security Space

Author(s): Florin Iftode

Journal: Acta Universitatis Danubius : Relationes Internationales
ISSN 2065-0272

Volume: 3;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 33;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: world order | transnational societies | security system

As objective, we propose to show ways in which the globalization affects/jeopardizes thesecurity space. We will also give an answer to the question on how to anticipate and keep undercontrol certain undesirable events, which in a specified time, would represent a potential threat tonational or international security. About the globalization, as a contemporary phenomenon, it hasbeen written and talked a lot because under the current security environment there are moreconspicuous the manifestations of some factors that influence it. Within just two decades, the “worldorder” has undergone considerable changes. Do we know who are those who win from globalizationand those who lose because of globalization? The gain could be that by extending this process, thebarriers and limitations of rights of movement between countries and continents would disappear.Losses due to globalization: massive increases in serious diseases, lack of control between countriesand continents have caused the high level of international crime; the existence of global terrorismrisk; vulnerability of security environment. Therefore we consider that we need to focus on how thenew challenges arising from globalization tend to crystallize in the international security environmentin general and in Romania in particular.

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