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Self-proclaimed Islamic State. The determinant of violence in the 21st century

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In the 21st century, terrorism has become one of the greatest threats. It can be compared to the traditional forms of armed conflict, but in the opinion of the author is not exactly the truth. It works mainly from concealment, and my strength is derived from the intimidation of the world community. Although the border between terrorism and war is still fading, these are two different threats to world order, order and security.
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355-363
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  • Elblag University of Humanities and Economy, Elblag, Poland
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