Humanities
SEC 345e SUSS Counterterrorism and Multilateral Engagement in South Asia Paper

SEC 345e

Singapore University of Social Sciences

SEC

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I need an explanation for this Political Science question to help me study.

(Great English is a must)

(1000 word research paper Research Paper)

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Subject of the paper: Non-Traditional Security


Requirement: The professed provided me with the first question from the attached pdf to respond. The question should be responded under the form of a Research Paper of about 1000 words,APA format (not counting reference page and cover page).


The question: Terrorism and political violence are challenges in South Asia. Non-State Actors (NSA), such as terrorist organisations, have espoused a wide variety of causes, including national selfdetermination and militant religious extremism. NSA has exploited international events to promote radical and extremism in that region. Examine how South Asia should counterterrorism and focus on strengthening multilateral engagement.


Format: The paper should be written in APA format , and should contain up to date references (no older than 5 years). They should also be incorporated under the form of in text citation. The text should be double spaced, times new roman, 12 pt,double spaced. Check the attached pdf for more infos.


*** The work will be checked for plagiarism through Turnitin by the professor. It is essential for everything to be free of plagiarism otherwise sanctions will be imposed***

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SEC345e Non-Traditional Security Group-based Assignment January 2020 Presentation [SEC345e] Group-based Assignment GROUP-BASED ASSIGNMENT This assignment is worth 38% of the final mark for SEC345e Non-traditional Security. The cut-off date for this assignment is 16 April 2020, 2355hrs. This is a group-based assignment. You should form a group of 4 members from your seminar group. Each group is required to upload a single report via your respective seminar group site in Canvas. Please elect a group leader. The responsibility of the group leader is to upload the report on behalf of the group. It is important for each group member to contribute substantially to the final submitted work. All group members are equally responsible for the entire submitted assignment. If you feel that the work distribution is inequitable to either yourself or your group mates, please highlight this to your instructor as soon as possible. Your instructor will then investigate and decide on any action that needs to be taken. It is not necessary for all group members to be awarded the same mark. Note to Students: You are to include the following particulars in your submission: Course Code, Title of the GBA, SUSS PI No., Your Name, and Submission Date. In this assignment, you are expected to:  Show competence in handling groupwork in security studies.  Show competence in communicating ideas in written form about security studies.  Demonstrate competence in academic writing (political science and security studies). Please note and comply with these requirements: (i) The minimum word limit is 4,500 words with about 1,000 words per question. (ii) Structure your answers in an essay format. A maximum of 10 marks will be deducted if you present your answers in bullet-point format. Team commitment, contribution and collaboration are necessary to ensure consistent quality of answers across all questions. (iii) Uphold academic integrity by providing proper in-text citations and complete referencing. SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUSS) Page 2 of 5 [SEC345e] Group-based Assignment Important Note: Grading of TMA/GBA/ECA Submissions Marks awarded to your assignment are based on the following guidelines: 1. 80% of the marks are allocated to the content of your answers:  The marks awarded to what your answers cover depend on the extent to which they cover the key points that correctly and comprehensively address each question.  The key points should be supported by evidence drawn from course materials and, wherever relevant, from other credible sources. 2. 20% of the marks are allocated to the presentation of your answers: Wherever applicable, the marks awarded to how your answers are presented depend on the extent to which your answers:  form a sound reasoning by developing those key points in a clear, logical and succinct manner;  provide proper and adequate in-text citations and referencing to content drawn from course materials and other credible sources;  strictly follow APA formatting and style guidelines1, in particular for:  in-text citations and end-of-report references;  the identification of figures and tables;  use, wherever relevant, the specialised vocabulary and terminology commonly used in discussions about the topic(s) covered by each question;  provide a reference or bibliography at the end of the main report;  include the less relevant details in an Appendix;  use sentence constructions that are grammatically and syntactically correct;  are free from spelling mistakes; present the workings, numerical formulations and results in a logical manner that follows the APA formatting and style guidelines;  design and present graphs, diagrams and plots that follow the APA formatting and style guidelines;  are highly original;  have proper formatting, which may:  include a properly formatted cover page;  respect the answer length/word count set out in the assignment guidelines, if any is prescribed;   present answers in paragraphs with proper spacing and page margins; include page numbers and appendices, if necessary. 1 You can find a short tutorial on the APA formatting and style guidelines here: https://is.gd/mgEOnC Additional details (pertaining to tables and figures) can be found here: https://is.gd/O4vDdT . SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUSS) Page 3 of 5 [SEC345e] Group-based Assignment Question 1 Terrorism and political violence are challenges in South Asia. Non-State Actors (NSA), such as terrorist organisations, have espoused a wide variety of causes, including national selfdetermination and militant religious extremism. NSA has exploited international events to promote radical and extremism in that region. Examine how South Asia should counterterrorism and focus on strengthening multilateral engagement. (25 marks) Question 2 “So, the legislation needs to be able to deal with this diverse range of threats, including the flow of funds. And we may also need to consider how we restrict foreign participation in the leadership of specific organisations, and say Singaporeans are fine, but to what extent should foreigners be there? They are closely involved in our political landscape.” - Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law, RSIS Conference on Foreign Interference Tactics and Countermeasures, 25th September 2019, RSIS, NTU, Singapore. The impact on society by a government that has failed to deliver what was expected will bring a State to a standstill. Maldives has gone through a period of insecurity both from the political turmoil and ineffective governance. Radicalisation was an area the State has been countering over the years. Critique, on what has led to the social unrest and radicalisation in Maldives. Your answer should address on radicalisation, social-economic issues and the judiciary. (25 marks) Question 3 “It is not just that everybody will need air conditioning, but that there are implications for diseases, for water sustainability, for food, for drought — these are all very major consequences where the whole ecosystem is drastically changed and all the adaptations (to climate change) which human beings have made are upended,” said Mr Lee. - Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong making his inaugural address to the United Nations General Assembly on Friday (Sept 27, 2019). Organisational structure, the way of working and financing can promote aid that contributes to reducing the risk of climate-related conflict. Propose the direct and unintended consequences in climate-security nexus. Your answer should be inclusive on how Singapore contributes to global movement to reduce carbon emission. (25 marks) SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUSS) Page 4 of 5 [SEC345e] Group-based Assignment Question 4 Technology and globalisation have promoted cyber economies in the 21st Century. Belligerent states and interest groups have hacked into cyber systems, such as in the case of Ukraine and Saudi Arabia, where the State’s national security was embarrassed and their command and control were disrupted, as in the case of Ukraine. Critical Infrastructure Protection (known as Critical Infrastructure Network) has been the likely target in most of the attacks faced by States. Judge why States need to defense against such attacks. (25 marks) ---- END OF ASSIGNMENT ---- SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES (SUSS) Page 5 of 5 ...
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OUTLINE :
Non-Traditional Securityg assignment
THESIS STATEMENT : To accurately answer questions on Non-Traditional Security assignment
Question 1.
Correctly answered all the parts of the question.
Correctly adhered to the APA writing format


Non-Traditional Security
Counterterrorism and focus on strengthening multilateral engagement in South Asia
Name of the institution
Name of the student
Course code
25th March, 2020

Non-Traditional Security

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Introduction

Terrorist organizations may leverage cross-border ethnic links, global finance and
economic networks, communications systems, and transnational organized crime syndicates to
extend their power to national, regional, and even cross borders to international levels beyond
the local boundaries.
Usage of advanced technologies and weapons has expanded the possible damage scope
exponentially. Bombing at Marriott Hotel in Islamabad in September 2008 and attack on
Benazir Bhutto December 2007, or the blasts experienced in Jaipur in May 2008 are case
examples. Terrorists use the high profiles and dramatic qualities of their targets to attract media
attention, and project fear overwhelmingly to the target group's scale (Hassan, S. A., & Hashmi,
M. S, 2015).
Horrific incidences of Terrorism, such as the Mumbai attacks in 2008, emphasizes the
regional complexity of South Asia's terrorist threat and highlights the need for greater systemic
cooperation to counter it. This pape...

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