Modern society's current development is characterized by a sharp increase in the role of the information sphere, which is comprised of the complexity of information, information infrastructure, the organizations responsible for the gathering, formation, spread and use of information, systems regulating these functions and the evolution of social relationships that thrive within these systems. The information sphere has a great impact on defense, political and economic conditions affecting the safety of a state. National safety rests heavily on provisions governing information safety and this dependence will only increase as technology progresses. As observations have demonstrated, the safety of each separate state depends on regional stability, meaning that the safety of each state is necessarily interdependent with regional safety. The UN's resolution on the struggle against international terrorism challenged the whole world to focus on this problem seriously rather than face catastrophic consequences. The solution to the problem lies in the investigation of the causes and niduses of international terrorism and its information-psychological neutralization. To this aim, a regional information-psychological safety zone or net would have to be created to maintain regional safety and stability, to trace, localize and neutralize international terrorism. Political, social and mathematical issues to consider in the creation of this regional information-psychological safety zone or net are presented in this paper.
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