Danger and Security: History and Present

Fazliddin Ravshanovich Ravshanov, Habibullo Yakubovich Azimov


This article focuses on the theoretical analysis of changes in the content of the concept of risk and security, the expression of the concept of security in international relations, the concept of risk and security in historical processes, which has a long history. The article analyzes a number of modern approaches to these two concepts from a scientific point of view, focusing on the underlying causes, including the transition of military threats to a secondary basis in the system of these bases, the impact of conflicts in practice.


Security; Threat; Individual; National Security; Environmental; Epidemiological; Biological; Interstate Threats and Insecurity; Military Threats; Military Threat Factors; Modern Manifestations of Danger and Security; The System of Causes That Cause Them

Full Text:



Der Derian, J. (1995). The Value of Security: Hobbes, Marx, Nietzsche, and Baudrillard. On security, 25.

Buzan, B., Buzan, B. G., W'ver, O., Waever, O., & Buzan, O. W. B. (2003). Regions and powers: the structure of international security (№. 91). Cambridge University Press.

Azimov, H. Y. (2019). The emergence of the Syrian crisis and the impact of the external forces on it. Bulletin Social-Economic and Humanitarian Research, (4), 92-97.

Paris, R. (2001). Human security: paradigm shift or hot air? International security, 26(2), 87-102.

Ravshanovich, R. F., Tuigunovich, R. F., & Yakubovich, A. H. (2020). Amir Temur and Turan States. Bulletin Social-Economic and Humanitarian Research, (5 (7)).

Baylis, J. (2008). The concept of security in international relations. In Globalization and environmental challenges (pp. 495-502). Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

Azimov, H. Y. (2021). Emergence Of New Threats To Turkey’s National Security During The Syrian Crisis:“Euphrates Shield” Movement. The American Journal of Political Science Law and Criminology, 3(01), 42-48.

Bilal Karabulut, Rethinking Security in the Globalization Process, Ankara: Barısh Kitabevi,2015, s.10.

Baylis, J. (2008). Uluslararası ilişkilerde güvenlik kavramı. Uluslararası İlişkiler Dergisi, 5(18), 69-85.

СAGRI, E. (2001). The Us's Understanding of National Security. Ankara University SBF Journal,56(04).

Azimov, Х. Я. (2020). Turkish-Russian Relations During the Syrian Crisis. Lessons of Imam Bukhari,1(2), 86-88.

CAGRI, E. (2001). Us-Nin National Security Understanding. Ankara University SBF Journal,56(04).

Ziyadovich, D. R. (2019). Transforming Societies and New Management Concepts in World Politics. Uzbekistan Journal of Oriental Studies, 1(1), 104-112.

Azimov, H. Y. (2019). The Problem of Moro Muslims. Theoretical & Applied Science, (6), 519-521.

Azimov, X. Ya. (2020). The Kashmir problem: history and today. QarDU News,1(1), 180-185.

Arı, T. (2002). International relations theories. Istanbul: Alfa Publications.

Azimov, H. Y. (2021). The Kurdish Factor in Turkish-Syrian Relations Until the “Arab Spring”. In Topical Issues of Modern Science and Education (pp. 218-220).

Ravshanov, F. (2018). Tolerance: history and development. The Light of Islam, 2018(1), 17.

Arı, T. (2004). Iraq, Iran and the US preventive war, oil and hegemony. Alpha / Actual Bookstore.

Ravshanov, F. R. Tolerancy and Perspectives of Development.

Mitzen, J. (2006). Ontological security in world politics: State identity and the security dilemma. European journal of international relations, 12(3), 341-370.

Madaminova, D. (2020). Migration Process and Problems in North Africa and the Middle East. In Social Sciences in the Modern World: Political Sciences, Sociology, Philosophy, History. (pp. 80-85).

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v8i4.2547


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding (IJMMU) ISSN 2364-5369
Copyright © 2014-2018 IJMMU. All rights reserved.