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Terörizm, Liberal Devlet ve Uluslararası İşbirliği

TERRORISM, LİBERAL STATE AND INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION

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This article aims to discuss why liberal states have great difficıılty in implementing counter terrorism strategies. To this end, first, some brief information is given about three actors; the state, the terrorists and the public audience. Second, probleıns of counter -terrorism strategies are discussed. Third, the importance of international co-operation is emphasised. Public opinion is ınost important actor for a successful counter terrorism campaign. States must act within the law, otherwise states themselves can be regarded as "terrorist". ritates' problems in their wars against terrorism are discussed within four categories; kJdeterrence, intelligence and early warning, def ense, and retaliation. While discussing these diffıculties, some examples are given from different parts of the world, including examples from PKK and US campaign in Afghanistan. In combating terrorism, the ınost important need is international co-operation between states. The international community must prevent terrorism from being used as a foreign policy instrument. Otherwise, the world order and international peace can be badly undermined.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Bu makale neden liberal devletlerin anti terör stratejilerini uygulamada büyük güçlükler çektiğini tartışmaktadır. Bu amaca yönelik olarak, öncelikle devlet, teröristler ve kamuoyu ile ilgili kısa bilgiler verilmiştir. İkinci olarak, anti terör stratejilerinin problemleri tartışılmıştır. Üçüncü olarak, uluslararası işbirliğinin önemi vurgulanmıştır. Kamuoyu başarılı bir mücadele için en önemli aktördür. Devletler hukukun sınırları içinde hareket etmelidirler, aksi takdirde devletlerin kendileri "terörist" konumuna düşerler.Devletlerin teröre karşı savaşlarında karşı karşıya kaldıkları problemler dört başlık altında ele alındı: caydırıcılık, istihbarat ve erken uyarı, savunma, ve misilleme. Makalede bu zorluklar tartışılırken PKK ve ABD'nin Afganistan operasyonu dahil olmak üzere dünyanın farklı yerlerinden örnekler verilmiştir.rperörle mücadelede, en önemli ihtiyaç uluslararası işbirliğidir. Uluslararası camia terörizmin dış politika aracı olarak kullanılmasını önlemelidir. Aksi takdirde, dünya düzeni ve uluslararası barış çok büyük yaralar alacaktır.

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