International Journal of Business and Applied Social Science

ISSN: 2469-6501 (Online)

DOI: 10.33642/ijbass
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Author(s): Yahia Mohammed
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Abstract:
The security dilemma in the third-world states in terms of the existence of nonrepresentative regimes is the key factor in the configuration of the national security approach.
Authoritarian regimes define threats to national security from the perspective of regime security in the sense of maintaining authority and absolute control.
Since the military coup in 2013, Sisi abused the issue of national security and addressed most political, economic, and social crises from a security point of view. Regime security was the priority reference unit to decide about all other aspects of national security, even if such measures contradict the country’s higher interests. The army’s deep involvement in economic and political affairs had serious negative repercussions on national security. Under the pretext of national security, human rights violations were practiced on a large scale.
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