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Is Terrorism Better Conceptualized As a Foreign or Domestic Policy Issue?

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In 2008 I was sent to Almaty for a 40-day course of flight executives. After passing them and passing the exam and some questions on geography, I got the right to become the flight director.
The instructors of various schools and flying places start hundreds of enthusiasts from the top down from small slides in the calmest weather conditions. But they do it as accurately as possible, selecting start points and all other conditions, as well as doing all the launch operations for the pilot as much as possible and ensuring it in the first meters of the flight so that in the absence of any actions from the novice pilot, its flight would still pass safely from start to landing. This is not the same thing when compared to when you are left to yourself (you choose your own equipment, a place to start and land, as well as weather and other conditions).
Terrorism is a global issue that needs to ponder and solve as soon as possible. It creates terror and stress to every individual and further leads to a chaotic society. Since this is a global issue, authorities, such as politicians, should act on it. If this could be done properly, this issue could be solved. With regard, one of the works of a politician is to make a law or policy that can solve an issue within the society.
However, before politicians make it as a foreign or domestic policy issue, terrorism must be defined first because of some misconception about it. For instance, according to Weinberg et al., the term terrorism is widely used for political purposes. The authors also added that some used the term terrorist than freedom fighters in which creates more confusion and argument about who is the real terrorist (Weniber et al.).
This entail that defining true terrorism needs to conceptualize before turning into a foreign policy. There is a need for greater conceptualization and think creatively on how to act on this matter. As noted by Holland, there is a need to go beyond concreteness to further analyze the conceptualization of terrorism (53).
Holland further added that the policy should resonate a legitimate law that is perceived by the audience or society, which will create a reasonable framework for foreign policy. If this could happen, policy about terrorism could be understood by everyone including non-national individual.
With that sense, yes, terrorism could be a better conceptualization of foreign or domestic policy issue if and if the statements could be followed. Moreover, law makers or politicians should be clear with the concept of terrorism as a policy issue before turning it into a law or policy. Furthermore, it should be clear for the target audience what it is all about for them to understand it.
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Updated 07-06-2019 at 08:04 AM by JackRidle

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