1RUNNING HEAD: SECURITY ISSUES – WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTIONSecurity Issues – Weapons of Mass DestructionCheryl DanielsCM305-01 Communicating in a Diverse SocietyPurdue Global UniversityProfessor Leigh Serrie BergerMay 30, 2020
2Security Issues – Weapons of Mass DestructionI call on the united nations to consider potential dangers to the program of weapons of mass destructions. The reasons for this are because according to an article published in 2002, the Agricultural exports are approximately $140 billion annually and are responsible for about 13 percent of the gross domestic product and 17 percent of the employment in the United States. An assault on agriculture could cause extreme and resounding money related ramifications for our U.S. ranchers and farmers and the shopper. The measure of monetary harm will rely upon how rapidly an assault is identified and reacted to. The potential weakness of the U.S. agricultural segment to a terrorist attack and the proliferation of offensive agricultural and biological weapons, and that ability to rogue nations and terrorists, and whether sufficient protocol and program significance is being given to agribusiness are issues of expanding concern. As of this day, America is quickly compromised by terrorist, particularly on the off chance that they try to utilize nuclear, natural, and synthetic weapons against our country. Forestalling the expansion of these fatal weapons and their delivery scheme and lessening the quantity of those as of now in presence, is accordingly a top need for the Department of State. The Department of State is additionally looking to reinforce the worldwide arms control systems that counter WMD, including by pressing for thorough consistence with their demand. (WMD2001-2009). The security of the U.S. relies on the cautiousness and ability with which the U.S. Government secures its residents against this desperate danger. The Department of State is a key chief in this battle.