Terrorism, information warfare, political violence and gray-area phenomena are becoming burning problems of the international community. Transnational threats -terrorism and organized crime- cut across national boundaries and are beyond the control of individual governments. With the trend toward globalization, the action of fighting terrorism is becoming a global task which requires the international cooperation of different countries and their governments. The paper examines the cooperative actions in Georgia of fighting terrorism as an example to demonstrate the importance of international cooperation and a practical suggestion for accomplishing it.
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