"Just as terrorism has increasingly acquired a global character, so too must our efforts to fight terrorism be coordinated on a global basis. Indeed, with globalization, both our economic well being and our security are now more closely intertwined than ever before. Today, the health of any nation's economy and the global economy is dependent on security, including the security of borders, transportation systems, computer networks, and mail systems. That is why security should be viewed not as an obstacle to economic activity, but as the foundation for it."
Defense Institute of Security Assistance Management: http://disam.osd.mil/pubs/archives.htm
The DISAM Journal of International Security Assistance Management (Summer 2003), v. 25, no. 4, p. 20-24