Undermines the social, cultural, and political aspects of the society
How to Curb Organized Crime
BUILDING INTERNATIONAL CAPACITY, PARTNERSHIPS, and cooperation
Enhancement of intelligence and information sharing
Protection of financial systems and strategic markets against transitional organized crimes
Disruption of drug trafficking
Facilitation of every existing transnational threats
Threatening interdiction, investigations, and prosecutions.
Terrorism is defined as an unlawful act of violence and intimidation against the civilian population
Terrorism has been on the rise over the past few years
It is difficult to prevent acts of terrorism because of its sophisticated nature.
Types of Terrorism
Political terrorism (Broken down into sub-state terrorism, Social revolutionary terrorism. Nationalist-separatist terrorism. Religious extremist terrorism. Religious fundamentalist Terrorism. New religions terrorism.
Impacts of Terrorism
Ripple effect in the economy of the affected country
Direct economic destruction
Increased market uncertainty
Increase in national and foreign skeptism
Death of the victims of the act of terrorism
Strategies to Curb Terrorism
Attrition- Causing unbearable loss to the enemy
Intimidation- increasing counterterrorism control
Provocation- increasing recruitment and creating sympathizers
Outbidding- increasing counterterrorism control
Spoiling- a strategy of harming the enemy
This paper thoroughly discusses the privatization of prisons, terrorism, and organized crimes. It provides definitions of the three aforementioned main topics. Also, it shades lights on the effects of terrorism and organized crimes.
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