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Abstract

At the end of the 20th century, extremist, terrorist forces began to pose a serious threat to both countries and the entire humanity. Terrorist groups exist in most countries of the world. If earlier they acted separately, now they are united in large networks. They are managed by a single center, and their financial support is also provided through the center.

Keywords

extremist terrorist forces extremism and fundamentalism Islamic jihad world community Shanghai Cooperation Organization Taliban

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o‘g‘li, S. I. J. (2024). Uzbekistan in the Fight against International Terrorism. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and History, 5(1), 165-168. Retrieved from https://cajssh.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJSSH/article/view/1052

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