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A Whole-Process Exploration of the Evolution of Security Issues

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DOI: 10.23977/ferm.2023.060815 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 354


Xirong Ai 1


1 School of Foreign Languages, Yulin University, Yulin, China

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Xirong Ai


From the whole-process perspective, this paper elaborates and analyzes the ideal model of the evolution process of security issues. The ideal model for the evolution of security issues is presented as: securitization, de-securitization, and re-securitization. Analyzing the evolution of security issues from a whole-process perspective helps to gain a comprehensive understanding of the concept of "security" and also helps to gain insight into the dynamic development processes of security issues.


Whole-process, securitization, de-securitization, re-securitization


Xirong Ai, A Whole-Process Exploration of the Evolution of Security Issues. Financial Engineering and Risk Management (2023) Vol. 6: 127-131. DOI:


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