Globalization and Terrorism: A Complex and Contested Relationship

  • Manvendra Singh Rathore and Mayank Bodha
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  • Manvendra Singh Rathore

    LL.M. Student at Amity university, Jaipur, India

  • Mayank Bodha

    LL.M. Student at Amity university, Jaipur, India

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The abstract discusses the intricate relationship between globalization and terrorism, acknowledging both their interconnectedness and conflicting nature. It emphasizes how globalization facilitates communication, travel, and trade, providing opportunities for terrorist networks. The role of technology, social media, and funding in connecting terrorism to globalization is explored. The Hamas-Israel case study illustrates globalization's impact on conflicts. Despite globalization contributing to terrorism, the article suggests ways it can combat terrorism, such as international collaboration, addressing root causes, and enhancing security measures. The conclusion advocates for a balanced approach, leveraging globalization for international cooperation while addressing challenges to ensure effective counterterrorism efforts.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 6, Page 2153 - 2158


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