Communal Violence, Insurgency, Terrorism and Security
In today’s world, most of the nations face threats to their security in the form of Insurgency, Communal Violence and Terrorism. Therefore, various governments have a responsibility to deal with these problems. In the administrative setup, the world over, Security, is the act of keeping peace, within the borders of a sovereign state or other self-governing territories, generally by upholding the national law and defending against security threats. Responsibility for security may range from police to paramilitary forces, and in exceptional circumstances, the military itself. Threats to the general peace may range from low-level civil disorder, large scale violence, to an armed insurgency. Threats to security may be directed either at the state’s citizens, or the organs and infrastructure of the state itself, and may range from petty crime, serious organised crime, political or industrial unrest, or even domestic terrorism. Foreign powers may also act as a threat to the security, either by committing or sponsoring terrorism or rebellion, without actually declaring war. Combating with threats has been an important component in India’s National Security Management also.
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