Terrorism is a global concern? Then it needs a global effort

Following London’s attack of March 22nd the whole world has fallen back into fear for terrorism and its implications: less freedom of movement, our lifestyle threatened and a global tension in states relationships to name few.

It must be said that an attack was expected. A poll of YouGov taken in late 2016 in fact, showed that more than 50% in France, UK, Germany and USA considered probable a terrorist attack in their countries.

Infographic: Many People Expect Terrorist Attacks in 2017 | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

The concern for terrorism is also not a “western” issue, many islamic and oriental countries have concerns about attacks and terrorism’s related problems, with Turkey leading the group of most concerned countries.

Infographic: The Countries Worrying The Most About Terrorism | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

An age analysis suggest most dangerous individuals are those over 30 years old, meaning radical extremists are those who were supposed to be more integrated in the local culture and way of life.

Infographic: Most UK Terror Suspects And Convicts Are More Than 30 Years Old | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

Being thus terrorism a global problem, having its roots not only in middle eastern countries, a global coordinated effort  is required in order to mitigate its effects. A war to potentials terrorist’s origin countries it’s not enough, a dialog with younger generations must be the goal for a full integration of our cultures.

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