Terrorist groups are not terrorists. They’re violent transnational movements bent on creating a new world order




The creation of a new world system – not just a change in the current system – is arguably the raison d'ëtre behind the rise in transnational terrorist threats. The fact that groups like ISIL, Al Shabaab, and Boko Haram persist despite degradation attempts might indicate that our approach is based on an outdated definition of these organisations. Hitler was not referred to as a terrorist. He was considered a threat to the Westphalian system. He broke the rules of the internationa...
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