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  • National Security In Pakistan

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    Now, Pakistan is facing various kinds of threats; both traditional and non-traditional such as extremism, sectarian violence, separatist movements, political and economic instability, terrorism, and feudalism are the traditional internal threats linked with external factors. These activities are going on in different parts of the country. Black Water, CIA, Raw, NDS, KGB and many other security agencies of different countries are trying

  • Regional Security Challenges Essay

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    the responses. The primary security challenge is terrorism. Terrorism is an “criminal acts intended to cause death or serious bodily injury, or taking of hostages, with the purpose to provoke a state of terror in the general public or in a group of persons or particular persons, intimidate a population or compel a government or an international organization to do or to abstain from doing any act”[1]. Within the region,

  • Self Determination Elizabeth Chadwick Analysis

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    Elizabeth Chadwick, Self-Determination in the Post-9/11 Era, Oxford: Routledge; Simultaniously, New York: Routledge, 2011, $160.00; ISBN: 978-0-415-55004-8. Introduction: Recognition of self-determination in international law is new. International law has adopted self-determination as a right in 1941 by UN charter, but from the beginning of the civilization the desire for self-determination was there. Debate over this topic is like never ending saga, as it’s related to government, peace, war, right

  • Intelligence Commanders Group Case Study

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    The LAPD created the Counter Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau in 2003. The Bureau experienced counter terrorism movement with the Hezbollah funding case, the Black Rider case, the Jam’yyat Al Islam Al Saheen (JIS) case, and the Animal Liberation Front case. LAPD Counterterrorism Programs. LAPD practices a convergent approach to counter terrorism utilizing programs such as suspicious activity reports (SAR), Operation Archangel, the National Counter Terrorism

  • Global Disaster In Munich In 1972

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    international terrorism, which is classified as unlawful use of force or violence against civilians in order to coerce or intimidate a government or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives. It is clear today that the problem of international terrorism shall be reviewed as part of the whole complex of global problems. In this context the tragedy in Munich in 1972 is of a very peculiar nature, since it highlighted the contemporary features of terrorism. Since this Munich

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hacking

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    INTRODUCTION: Fear arises from inability to deal with physical pain and psychologically it is inability to deal with unknown such as loosing something such as darkness death etc., Living in fear becomes a psychological disease found in people who live under suppression, oppression and ignorance. Fear alters the natural behavior of a living creature to make him or her violent or attacking. We know that animals, (snakes, dogs etc.,) attack due to their own fear. This type violent attack spreads the

  • Pros And Consequences Of Terrorist Organizations

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    they receive come from numerous sources, both legal and illegal. Additionally, the level of financing to sustain their cause and support operations varies between organizations and individuals. The increasingly globalized nature of the economy and terrorism coupled with the adaptability of terrorist organizations makes funding easier to procure. Utilizing their funds terrorist organizations can access weapons of mass destruction through a variety of means. Targeting weak or failing states that already

  • The Importance Of Collective Identity

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    illustrated as an awareness of the unity of Europe and of the importance to cooperate within Europe. Guittet's explanation of collective identity enables to explore the collective projects of the European Union, such as the establishment of a counter-terrorism strategy in order to combat the common enemy, namely, terrorists. It also clarifies how political cooperations within the European Union establish a sense of unity. Guittet's examination on collective identity in relation to a mutual enemy are appropriate

  • The Pros And Cons Of Counterterrorism

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    the rule of law, and its people. He emphasises that these objectives outweigh the need of eradicating terrorism and political violence besides, it also can weaken democratic ideal. “Any bloody tyrant can solve the problem of political violence if he is prepared to sacrifice all considerations of humanity, and to trample down all constitutional and judicial rights.” In countering terrorism, there are two recognised methods namely, the war and criminal justice models. The war model recommends

  • Rational And Irrational Fears Combine In Terrorism's Wake

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    Terrorism leaves behind the impact of fear in many people that it touches. Fear spreads like a disease, effecting people all over the world. In the article “Rational and Irrational Fears Combine in Terrorism’s Wake”, author Erica Goode quotes Dr. Gilbert. Dr. Gilbert predicted that six months after the September 11th terrorist attacks the feeling of fear that “New Yorkers”, as well as the rest of Americans feel would become pretty normal. I do not think that this statement is correct, because