Terrorism and Warlordom

Position in SocietyThere is unanimity in the international politics discourse about the deeply contested position of ‘Warlords’. In the realm of international politics and security arena, the concept of ‘Warlordism’ emergedwhen a Nation-state fails to deliver good governance and physical security for the people from both external and internal aggressions;when the government loses legitimacy that leads to collapse of the state structures.In this uncertain political and social environment, usually with government troops battling armed rebels, insurgents and civil unrest for State resources and territory. Often, a failed state or collapsing state witnesses conflicts among the warring factions, capturing ungoverned territories for their thirst for power and money. Later these spaces become hospitable to various non state actors, either breeding warlords or harboring terrorists and criminal elements. A warlord or a group of warlords emerge with military muscle to take control of the…

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