Terrorism a Serious Challenge to Transnational Relations and World Peace

Muhammad Ahmed Qadri


The aim of this essay is to discuss how terrorism can pose, or constitute a challenge to transnational relations, and ultimately to world peace. Currently, when terrorism is thought, analysed and discussed, almost invariably, a particular event, in a form of a calendar date always mentioned: September 11, 9/11. The New York terrorist attacks became an indelible mark and event that always comes to the fore within the disciplines of political theory, political science, and international relations ever since the issue of terrorism is discussed. Terrorism has created multi dimensional approached and issues in world politics which has caused creation of stereotype among the nations. Pakistan Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq specifically have become centres of state terrorism .recently, the organization ISIS has expanded i9ts network throughout the world especially in Europe and Arab countries. The main objective of this organization is to capture the world and exercise its power politics against Muslims and non-Muslims. Al Qaeda and Taliban may be considered as left and right wings of ISIS. United Nations, USA and some other non Muslim countries have seriously taken notice of expansion of power of ISIS in the world. The president of US considers that 2016 the year 2016 would be the end of ISIS and terrorism while extremist groups believe that they would promote their ideas. In short, the war of aggression may be settled down by dialogue, by force and through arbitration of impartial countries for the promotion of peace and tolerance in the world.

Keywords: terrorism, state terrorism, extremism, extremist movements 

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