A recent study of the National Security Law in the United States and its implications
National security is an abbreviation for national security. Protecting the safety of the state from various threats can be seen as national security, which inevitably leads to a problem that the target of the threat is too wide, which leads to a multilateral interpretation of national security. Therefore, the reality is that it is not easy to approach the concept of national security academically because the concept of national security itself is too broad. However, if safety is not premised, happiness and prosperity are unreachable utopia, and it is natural that the security of the country is not secured to meet the safety and further happiness and prosperity of the community member of the country. Therefore, the reality that research on national security has not been conducted for various reasons, especially out of law, needs to be sufficiently improved.
And this is the same in the individual area of scientific investigation into national security. Considering the reality of the division of the two Koreas and the international political stance surrounding Korea, national security is not just a textbook, but a guarantee of our daily lives. The struggle against objects that threaten national security cannot escape the limits of the rule of law, and to do so, legislation and institutions targeting national security and advanced scientific investigation techniques by them are needed. Therefore, in order to strengthen our national security response capabilities, we will need the wisdom to look at and choose best practices from other countries. And the country that gives us the most talking points will be the United States.
From the country of immigrants to the world's superpower, the history of the United States can be seen as a history of struggle in a way. From the two world wars to the Cold War with the Soviet Union, to the Vietnam War and the invasion of Iraq to the recent Afghanistan war, the United States has gained its current international political status through the struggle against numerous security threats. The United States has detailed laws and systems in all areas of national security, including national information collection and analysis capabilities, legal enforcement capabilities, and national defense capabilities. In particular, it is worth paying particular attention in that in Korea, normative studies are also subject to active review of the area of national information that is passively approached.