International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Terrorism and Extremism as a Non-Traditional Security Threat Post 9/11: Implications for Pakistan’s Security
Saima Afzal, Hamid Iqbal, Dr. Mavara Inayay

Terrorism and extremism is a non-traditional security threat and is on its peak after September 9/11 in Pakistan. The attacks on World Trade Center and Pentagon divided the world into two blocs’ supportive and non-supportive ally of United States. Pakistan being a supportive ally of the US has to face more negative security implications than positive. The security situation of Pakistan turned and is still worsening day by day. In this critical situation it is difficult to define national security of Pakistan. There is a need to eradicate threats of terrorism and extremism. By adopting multiple ways through which Pakistan can improve its security.

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