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National Security Council Syllabification: Na·tion·al Se·cu·ri·ty Coun·cil
(abbreviation: NSC)

Definition of National Security Council in English:

A body created in the US by Congress after World War II to advise the president (who chairs it) on issues relating to national security in domestic, foreign, and military policy.

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