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The sense that what holds society together is collapsing indicates that the social contract has cracked.The three terms – threats, vulnerability and risk – are security nomenclature that are frequently interchanged or used incorrectly. A risk situation usually involves danger.Learning to trust is not easy, but it's essential if the social contract is to remain intact. Protecting social contracts occurs when minimizing risk, which happens by minimizing vulnerability and blocking threat. In the absence of vulnerabilities, risk became minimal; the same applies in the case of threats. It explores how states can avoid risks by lowering vulnerability and threats through various processes.Nowadays, social contract, a term certainly known to all, is tested in its ability to build resilient peace in an age of terror. So, let's stop counting vulnerabilities and start measuring risk.
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