National Security measures how well people within a country are kept safe from conflict and violence, which include coups, state-sanctioned killings, torture, disappearances and political imprisonment.
Indicators –battlefield death rate, civil and ethnic war casualty rate, political terror scale (state violence and repression), refugees by country of origin, terrorist death rate
The drop in global Safety and Security has been led by declines in nationals security for the last seven years.
Turkey has fallen to 137th in the world for national security, in the wake of increased civil unrest leading to terrorism, political terror and battlefield deaths.
In contrast, Russia gained 4 places, thanks to decreases in political terror and battlefield deaths.