Resilience Planning for Terrorism, An Emerging 21st Century Malicious Risk

Dunama Wazis


In this paper, the development of resilience to terror attacks and there consequences has been presented in terms of use of public-private partnerships in all phases of the incident lifecycle and management protocol following a terror attack. It is clear that the best and most effective strategy for all countries is the recognition and understanding of the changing aspects of new age terrorism. The most important aspects are carrying risk assessment and implementing preventive strategies at national and international level with the help of public-private partnerships or collaboration. This is because it can be recommended that the most effective stage of a terrorist act is the prevention stage since the moment this is crossed then it becomes a disaster. As such, the best way of tackling this emerging 21st century malicious risk is strong prevention strategies involving all the relevant stakeholders on both the international and national level.

Keywords: counterterrorism, resilience planning, impacts of terrorism, terror attacks, 21st century malicious risk, disaster management


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