Under both the 1961 and the 1982 constitutions, the NSC comprised military and civilian personnel and was charged with reviewing national security policy. The generals who took control of Turkey's government in 1980 also constituted themselves as a National Security Council (Milli Güvenlik Konseyi); this body was abolished following the reestablishment of civilian government after the 1983 election. The former members of the 1980-83 NSC, except for President Evren, subsequently formed the Presidential Council, whose function was to advise the president. The Presidential Council was dissolved in 1989.
large foreign policy council responsible for advising the president on foreign policy.
The NSC is the executive branch agency that advises and assists the U.S. president on national security and foreign policies. Established in 1947, the council also coordinates these policies among various government agencies on behalf of the president. The primary council members are the president, vice president and secretaries of state and defense. The military adviser to the council is the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, while the CIA director is the council's intelligence adviser. Invited to all NSC meetings are the treasury secretary, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, the national security adviser and the president's chief of staff and economic policy assistant. Other officials, such as the attorney general and the director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, also attend meetings pertaining to their jurisdiction.
created in 1947 by the National Security Act. The National Security Council advises the President on issues of foreign and defense policy. According to the law, the NSC consists of the President, the Vice President, the Secretary of State, and the Secretary of Defense, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Director of the CIA as advisors. The President can also request that other officials take part.
a committee in the executive branch of government that advises the president on foreign and military and national security; supervises the Central Intelligence Agency
A National Security Council (NSC) is usually an executive branch governmental body responsible for coordinating policy on national security issues and advising chief executives on matters related to national security. An NSC is often headed by a national security advisor and staffed with senior-level officials from military, diplomatic, intelligence, law enforcement and other governmental bodies. The functions and responsibilities of an NSC at the state-level are different from those of the United Nations Security Council.
The National Security Council (NSC) of India is the apex agency looking into the political, economic, energy and strategic security concerns of India. It was established by the A B Vajpayee government on November 19, 1998, with Brijesh Mishra as the first National Security Advisor (NSA).
Per the article 118 of the Turkish Constitution, the National Security Council (Turkish: Milli GÃ¼venlik Kurulu (MGK)) is set up as an advisory organ, comprised of the Chief of General Staff and the four main Commanders of the Turkish Armed Forces and select members of the Council of Ministers, and is chaired by the President of the Republic. Like the national security councils of other countries, it develops the "national security policy of the state" of the Turkish Republic.