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The essence of the safety of state

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The notion of threat is dealt with every day. The threat of the state, society, the world or an individual is usually heard. To understand what is threatening, it is necessary to identify the essence. The problem is even more dangerous. Therefore, the threat of preventing and combating threats. The author of the publication of the threat of violence in the modern world.
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  • The Institute of Social Sciences and Security, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, 2 Konarskiego Str., 08-110 Siedlce, Poland
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