Sunday, 2 September 2012
EFFECTS OF TERRORISM IN AFRICA
Terrorism is viewed as threatened or the unlawful utilization of violence against people, or property to force and intimidate societies or governments for political objectives. In most cases the unavoidable political objectives are phrased out in economic, social or religious terms. Terrorism is differentiated from ordinary law crimes in that the motivation isn't for financial gain- a differentiation important in distinguishing terrorism from other planned criminal behavior.
The effects of 11 September, 2001 terrorists’ attacks made the Western world become more and more concerned with the ‘failed states’ in the universal south. This concern also has essential implications for Africans as well as international reactions to armed insurgency