Threat perceptions or perceptions of national security are products of a
process involving various dimensions. This process involves a political and
bureaucratic process or a "structural dimension" through which foreign policy is
formulated. There are four main factors contributing to the formation of threat
perceptions and concepts of national security. First, decision-makers themselves
shape the concept of national security by influencing the formation of threat
perceptions. Second,...[Show more]
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