Research on the Strategy of improving the ability of disaster Prevention and Mitigation from the Perspective of the overall National Security concept
Shuhong He, Mengfei Jiang
Available Online September 2019.
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- overall national security concept; disaster prevention and mitigation; strategy research
- In recent years, the global disaster problem has been deteriorating, including not only the frequent occurrence of natural disasters, but also the outbreak of various man-made disasters. Disasters have become a major factor that threatens human security and affects social development. Disasters not only cause economic losses to the state and individuals, but also easily lead to the loss of control of the normal order of society and have an important impact on the development of the country and the region. Therefore, it is necessary to raise the capacity of comprehensive disaster prevention and mitigation to the national security strategy. The overall national security concept is the general guidance of China's current national security work and has very important practical significance. Therefore, from the perspective of the overall national security concept, this paper analyzes the problems existing in the traditional disaster prevention and mitigation system, and puts forward the strategies for disaster prevention and mitigation capacity improvement and related suggestions based on the actual situation in China.
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TY - CONF AU - Shuhong He AU - Mengfei Jiang PY - 2019/09 DA - 2019/09 TI - Research on the Strategy of improving the ability of disaster Prevention and Mitigation from the Perspective of the overall National Security concept BT - Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium of Risk Analysis and Risk Management in Western China (WRARM 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 117 EP - 120 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/wrarm-19.2019.23 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/wrarm-19.2019.23 ID - He2019/09 ER -