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    Counter-terrorism is a collection of measures used to detect a terrorist plot at an initial stage in order to prevent and combat terrorism. It is, generally, the sole prerogative of the states. With it comes great responsibilities. In order to ensure that states do not exploit this power, there are numerous vital conditions which a threatened state ought to take into account prior to deviating from human rights standards. In particular, the state has to equilibrate and balance the protection of the rights of terrorists on the one hand and the security of the masses on the other. In essence, the principle of proportionality is an issue which is closely connected to the public security. Meanwhile, this paper highlights that terrorism is considered,…

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    Terrorism has in the recent years turned out to be a significant threat to the human race. This menace impacts directly or indirectly on governments, individuals, organizations, economy and particularly vulnerable groups. The term terrorism refers to the utilization of brutality to scare a population or an administration thus influencing the political, ideological and religious change. Terrorism, as can be described in other words as psychological oppression, is a product of various populations…

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    Their use of statecraft is entirely contingent on their ability to exist within a seam, maintain anonymity and remain mobile. For the state to defeat ISIS they must strategically identify their use of the vulnerable dimensions and collaboratively work to close them. This works to exhaust the options of ISIS to employ strategy while increasing the effectiveness of counter-terror operations (bremmer 259). States do this by utilizing statecraft beyond the traditional application to adjust to the…

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    strategies to counter state sponsored terrorism. It is based upon Former President George W. Bush Doctrine. When he addressed the National Security Strategy in October 2002 to the nation, he made it clear that, “ America will hold to account nations that are compromised by terror, including those who harbor terrorist because the allies of terror are the enemies of the civilization. In this essay we will look at current strategies being used to repel possible terrorist attack, furthermore, we…

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    For many years now the government has tried to make sure the citizens of the U.S. are safe. Ever since 9/11 many organizations have been made to crack down on terrorism faster and safer. Many counter terrorist organizations have been made to solely protect the people of America. Although the main priority is safety, some of the actions taken may be unconstitutional. Does the national government have the right to regulate counter terrorism? Does the government have the right to ensure safety even…

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    Counter terrorism strategy against the ISIS/ISIL, I like make some recommendation that can prevent our society from the further destruction. In this typical issue, the U.S. strategy should focus on collective action, basically with nation states, peace leaders, multi-national organizations, and the United Nations. First, we should realize the fact that how ISIS has emerged. People joined the group because they were unhappy with the U.S. intervention in Iraq. They felt themselves as politically…

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    Chapter 10 can be summarized by explaining and defining revolutionary and counter revolutionary terrorism. Revolutionary terrorism was the rise of anti-colonialism. The main challenge was to take the power from the state to establish social and political change. They used different strategies in the form of internal warfare of revolution. Next, is looking at how to model revolutionary terrorism when it comes to Uruguay’s Tupamaros. The revolutionaries came about during the 1960’s. The Tupamaros…

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    2001 caused a rapid response and started the ‘war on terror’ and the transatlantic relations in counter-terrorism caused high-profiled arguments between the US and EU over post-9/11 security strategies (Aldrich, 122; Kruglanski et al., 100). Counter-terrorism strategies for both the United States and European Union are different as EU’s counter-terrorism is a domestic question and many European states do not want to join the ‘war on terror’ and the EU lacks a coherent foreign policy dimension…

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    who have dissimilar interests. Historically, states have fought each other to fight over territories, lootable and natural resources, different ideologies, technologies, and, economic and social issues. However, states had come together and solved these problems through cooperating with each other over the years. For example, nations resolved the problem of territories and borders through wars, and they eventually signed agreements. Nowadays, a new global issue such as terrorism is becoming more…

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    the Taliban and their relation to religion, will be analyzed. It is important to study and understand different terror groups, especially the larger ones who have had significant impact. The study is important to be able to better understand and embrace counter-terrorism, as well as analyze the ideologies and mind-sets of extremist persons. Background The Taliban consists of mostly Sunni…

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