National Security Advisor
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A National Security Adviser serves as the chief adviser to a national government on matters of security. He or she is not usually a member of the Cabinet but is usually a member of various military or security councils.
Country specific National Security Advisors
- National Security Advisor (Afghanistan)
- National Security Adviser (Australia) (Australia – incumbent: Duncan Lewis)
- National Security Advisor (Canada)
- National Security Advisor (India)
- National Security Advisor (Iraq)
- National Security Advisor (Israel)
- National Security Advisor (Nigeria)
- National Security Advisor (Pakistan)
- National Security Advisor (Philippines)
- National Security Adviser (United Kingdom)
- National Security Advisor (United States)
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