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International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

Militarization - Is it a Threat to the National Security of Bangladesh?

Author: Kaniz Subarna | Published on: 2018-01-31 01:35:28   Page: 83-92   183

Abstract
Militarization defines as the method by which a state increases its military capacity to defend itself against any kind of violence and war. This note discusses the full and complete concept about militarization with today’s Bangladesh. Militarization can be a threat or not to the national security of Bangladesh, this study shows and describes it well.

Keywords
Militarization; National Security; Threats Stemming; Threats Emanating; Security threats; Military expenditure.

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Subarna, K. (2018), Militarization - Is it a Threat to the National Security of Bangladesh?. International Journal For Empirical Education and Research, 2(6), 83-92.

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    Author Details


    Kaniz Subarna
    Department of Peace and Conflict Studies
    University of Dhaka
    kanizsubarnaliza222@gmail.com