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The most dangerous of present threats is regarded as international terrorism. The areas of instability are numerous and are located generally on major strategic fault but reality shows us that such areas could appear even in the heart of stable countries and economic, political and social potential very high. In the evolution of terrorism there is a tendency to join left to the right terrorism, of seriality and concomitant in terrorist actions and to increase the precision and effects of terrorist activity data convergence between terrorism and high technology used. The expansion of the phenomenon at the universally level requires joint actions to counteraction it and determines the achievement of a general consensus. Thus we are witnessing an impressive group of forces and capabilities, backed by a political consensus unimaginable some time ago. States with divergent positions until yesterday are now on the same frontline of the fight against terrorism. How will it evolve? It can be appreciated that terrorism will remain a problem for the whole world. The phenomenon has serious and numerous implications it be an intolerable attack against universal human values. The terrorism of future years will reflect further technological developments social changes, structural changes at the state and regional and global transfers of increasingly apparent influence in a changing world.

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