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THE POLITICAL RISK AS AN INDICATOR OF STATE’S NATIONAL SECURITY
 
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Wojskowa Akademia Techniczna im. Jarosława Dąbrowskiego w Warszawie
Publication date: 2015-12-15
 
SBN 2015;8(2): 189–201
 
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According to author, from among all the diverent risk groups considered in economic theory, including those with calculated investment activities, a special attention should be given to issues of connected political risks, which, from the subject’s point of view is the least recognizable and most di|cult to discern and quantify its appearance. Generally accepted economic nature of the znancial measure-o™en prevents the binding of its activity with other areas of State operations. However, the complexity of the approaches in the risk assessment and the analysis of political security of a State, puts the understanding of political risk far beyond the boundaries easily recognizable with typical risks analysis in this sense only. According to author, the political risks both on theoretical grounds, as well as in practice of a free market economy, must take into account the aggregate scale of various threats to the national security of the State. In this view, it has to be quantizable in order to estimate potential political risk factor, with a znancial measure allowing to make an assessment of the scale of the national security risk. xus it may be useful for international comparisons of state security
 
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