Human Security Research Centre Ghana (HSRCGh)

Human Security News From Outside Africa 14-07-2022

The ideological and non-ideological underpinnings of violent extremism: An American study

Although there is no universal definition of violent extremism, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation believes it to be “the beliefs and actions of people who support or use violence to achieve ideological, religious or political goals,” including “terrorism and other forms of politically motivated violence”.

Terrorism, radicalisation and need for Bread

It should be of considerable interest to commentators on the inter-state politics of South Asia that ‘terrorism’ and radicalization’ should figure prominently among the topics of deliberation of the Colombo Security Conclave; a grouping comprising India, the Maldives, Mauritius and Sri Lanka.

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