a collective term for the defense and foreign relations of a country, protection of the interests of a country
Managing editor for national security R. Jeffrey Smith contributed to this article.
“The administration needs many things on the national security front from me,” he said.
“I pursued a career in national security with the motivation of improving the national security policy of my country,” he said.
Two code breakers at the national security Agency, rumored to be gay lovers, had defected to the Soviets.
national security Council chair Yaakov Amidror quit in June, reportedly sick of power struggles.
The political goals upon which our national security strategy should be crafted are fairly straightforward.
And you're important for national security, Malone said to himself.
Here is our only national security from ruin; a security upon which no man in his senses would venture a shilling of his fortune.
When action is required to preserve our national security, we will act.
The development of a trained citizen reserve is also vital to our national security.