This course will provide you an introduction to the environment in which a wide range of multilateral and national, state and non-state, public and private actors, in both developed and developing countries, address changing conceptions of national security in the face of new emerging global trends.
At a glance
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What you will learn
On successful completion of this module you should be able to:
- Critically analyse the concept of national security against the evolution of theories within the field of security studies;
- Examine various theoretical and empirical approaches to the study of national security;
- Assess contemporary understandings and practices of leadership and management of security in the face of emerging, unconventional global security trends;
- Evaluate the role that the concepts of governance, state capacity and development play when looking at the role of states in the contemporary national, regional and international security environments;
- Assess global trends through the application of a range of security perspectives, typologies and levels of analysis
This module focuses on the application of systems thinking in the context of enterprise architecture. It incorporates the following topics:
- The concept of National Security in the 21st Century: Security for whom and from what, by whom and how?
- ‘Old’/Traditional National Security challenges
- ‘New’/Unconventional National Security challenges
- National Security Agendas and Actors – Who leads?
- National Security Agendas, Processes and Solutions – How is it managed?
Upgrade to a professional qualification
When taken as a Short Course for Credit, 10 credit points can be put towards the Leadership and Security Pathway of the Defence and Security Programme Leadership and Management MSc
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