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The Role of Intelligence in Human Security to Identify the Threat of Covid 19

EasyChair Preprint no. 7862

7 pagesDate: April 28, 2022


The state, through the government, should ensure national security and stability through the policies taken. For this reason, fast and accurate information and data are needed to form the basis for policymaking. Intelligence actors have an essential role in gathering information to identify and prevent threats within and outside the country. Technological advances affect changes in threats and increase the classification of these threats. Covid-19 is a real example of the threat in this era because almost all countries feel its impact. Covid-19 In addition to affecting health, it also impacts the global economic sector. The economic impact is felt by small and medium industries, goods and services products, and the tourism sector. According to WHO data on 21 March 2022, globally there were 471 million confirmed positive cases, and 6,080,000 were declared dead. In Indonesia, based on data from the Indonesian Ministry of Health until 21 March 2022, there were 5,960,000 cases, and 154,000 people reported dead. The impact felt by the economic sector was the decline in the global economy at the peak of the 2020 pandemic, namely -3%, resulting in a decrease in income followed by an increase in the number of poor people. The World Bank predicts that the number of poor people globally in 2020 will increase to 130 million people. The same condition is felt in Indonesia, where unemployment has risen to more than 7% while poverty has increased to 9.77%. 

Keyphrases: COVID-19, Health, Human Scurity, intelligence

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  author = {Ahmad Shahrul Mubarok and Teddy Mantoro},
  title = {The Role of Intelligence in Human Security to Identify the Threat of Covid 19},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 7862},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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