• Anna I. Rozentsvaig Institución Universitaria Salazar y Herrera
  • Kseniya E. Kovalenko Altai State University
  • Anna V. Gubareva Ural State Law University


In today's world, there is a global problem that threatens the tranquility of all humanity whose name is terrorism. Terrorism as a phenomenon, has three characteristics, peculiar attributes, which can be characterized as wrongfulness, surprise, massacre of victims. For an extensive description of such accompanying definitions it is not enough, therefore, for a complete nature it is necessary to uncover concepts to this definition from the point of view of different approaches.

It's not a secret for anyone that there is not one precise, fixed definition of the concept of terrorism, each author interprets it in his own way. Terrorism is an unlawful act carried out by a person or group of people with self-serving intentions, which has the nature of danger, surprise and massacre of victims in order to intimidate the population in order to fulfill certain tasks on their part from the authorities.


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