The definition of terrorism has been numerous and controversial at the same time. This essay will try and define the word ‘terrorism’ more clinically. Firstly, this essay will give background information of ‘terrorism’ and provide a definition which it believes is more clinical. Secondly, this essay will discuss the word ‘calculated’. Thirdly, the phrase ‘violence against non-belligerents’ will be discussed. Fourthly, the phrase ‘change the political, religious or other ideological landscape’ will be evaluated. Fifthly, the actors of the definition ‘individual, group or state’ will be assessed. Sixthly, the reasons for the exclusion of civilian, non-combatant, innocent, victim, illegal & illegitimate will be answered. Finally, a conclusion will be drawn. In each paragraph this essay will evaluate the strength and weakness and support it with relevant examples. Continue reading Definition of ‘terrorism’
The word assimilation, in the context of this question, means “the process of becoming similar.” Some argue that the state should not require the assimilation of cultural minority groups whilst others argue otherwise. The main debate central to this question is whether states should follow the assimilation model, as this question presents, or follow the multiculturalism model, which is a model followed by many western nations today. This essay will provide opposing views and come up with a conclusion. Continue reading Should states require the assimilation of cultural minority groups?