Strategic Response and National Security Challenges The Iraqi National Security Strategy as A Model
Keywords:-response -The strategy -Internal and external challenges -Iraqi National Security
The Iraqi national security crisis after 2003 raises several problems, most notably the political, security, and economic challenges that impede the effectiveness of public policies to solve the problems of national security. An essential foundation that cannot be dispensed with or underestimated because its absence means the spread of chaos and the widening of crime To solve the research problem, researchers will try to answer the following questions: What is the strategic response? What do we mean by national security challenges? In addition to the main question related to what are the challenges affecting Iraqi national security after 2003? Whereas, the hypothesis of the research focused on a basic point, which is that the Iraqi national security suffers from the intertwining of many internal and external challenges that affect and affect the security and stability of society. The structure of the research came from presenting the topic by dividing the research into an introduction, two sections, and a conclusion. The first topic dealt with conceptual rooting strategic response, challenges, and national security, while the second topic dealt.