President Donald Trump's government moved swiftly Saturday to comply with a federal judge's order halting his travel ban -- even as Trump himself denounced the judge -- but readied its legal defense This video is a great one to answer the question of "How have laws/governance affected the global issue?" President Donald Trump chose the route of security over rights, and he made an executive order which banned immigration from seven countries from the middle east, and canceled thousands of Visas. The United Sates is very far behind on Visas and Intelligence, so President Trump enacted this ban so that the country could catch up, and also to prohibit any potential terrorists from entering the country. By enacting this ban on immigration, President Trump set a law that affected national security. He made a law that tightened the Security of the United States. However, the Department of Homeland suspended the travel ban, which made all the Visas valid again and airlines begin coming in and out of the seven countries. The Department of Homeland Security made laws that affected national security by lifting the travel ban. They loosened the Security of the United States, which could potentially put the United States in jeopardy with terrorists from these countries. Laws have a huge effect on national security, and these laws are very debatable. It goes back to the question of security vs rights/privacy. People like President Trump create laws that tighten security, and then people like the Department of Homeland Security take the side of personal rights, rather than security. These are the people who side with security, rather than personal rights. The Department of Homeland Security reversed the law. They did this to protect the rights of those who are from these countries, and the rights of the families who have family in the seven countries. Everything basically revolves around the question of Security vs Privacy, and this video provides good examples how two different laws can affect security.
Libertarianism Explained: How should we think about the tradeoff between liberty and security? Learn More: https://www.learnliberty.org/ Prof. James Otteson ... This video by Professor James Otteson provides a good basis of the controversial issue of security vs privacy. He outlines the pros and cons of both, and how they are interchangeable. In the recent decades, certain events have proven that our security may be compromised. One of the great things about the United States of America is our rights. We have specific rights to privacy and we are allowed to live a life full of freedom. Although this is seen as a very good thing from one direction, it is also seen as a barricade between us and security. Our right to privacy provides us with rights that keeps us safe from our government seeing our personal things. The National Security Agency has gotten past these rights in the past years and there have been instances where they have tapped into cellphones, computers, etc. in order to monitor what was going on. The NSA is doing this for the security of the citizens of the United States, but many people do not agree with it and see it as an infringement to their privacy. This is where the question of Privacy or Security is raised. In our world today, there are many threats to our safety, and if we want security, that will come at a cost to our privacy. So, would we rather hold our government to the same expectations for our privacy, or do we allow them to loosen up, and allow them to watch us a little closer for our own security? Personally, I would choose to have my rights to privacy loosened up, in order to protect my privacy. I say this with high expectations. I would hope that if we allowed the government to watch us closer, that they would not watch law abiding citizens, and they would only pay attention to things they need to be paying attention to. In the scenario that they government did do something like this, I would gladly accept that it was a bad idea and not argue against going back to having strict rights to privacy. Nevertheless, until something bad like that happens, I believe our security is more important than our privacy. I would rather allow the government to watch my texts, calls, photos, than to die because security was not as good as it could have been.
It has been 15 years since the September 11th terrorist attack. Former CIA analyst Nada Bakos discusses the security challenges for the next commander-in-chief of the United States. This video is pulled directly from a news interview where Nada Bakos discusses national security and how it has changed over the years. From the beginning of civilization, security and peace has been a problem, but in the past few decades, security and peace has become more threatened and insecure. This video discusses how things have changed since 9/11, which played a big role in the security of the United States. Security has always been evolving, but 9/11 was an event that changed security, on a worldwide level, forever. The 9/11 attacks proved to the world how dangerous and how real terror was. Modern terrorism is probably the biggest factor that threatening security in our world. Today, terrorists have such advanced methods, access, and technologies that they can carry out very deadly attacks. Technology is another big reason why security must constantly be evolving. Everyday, some type of new technology is formed and cyber attacks are a major threat to security and peace, and it is something we have not seen before. Our security and peace have been threatened since the beginning of time, but it has been evolving and two factors that have greatly affected the evolution of security and peace are the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks and the advanced technology we have today.