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As per the traditional security perspective three choices available to a state when its security is threatened as follows: 

a) Work to prevent any invasion through a ‘Policy of Deterrence’ 

b) To defend its territory when attacked. A ‘Policy of Defence’ is a step that can be taken in advance for such a situation. The aim of this policy is to limit the war or to end it as soon as possible. 

c) The third choice is to surrender.

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