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Terrorism-the international security environment
The legacy of ISIL’s caliphate— foreign fighters and their families, its global network, and the availability of propaganda inciting violence—still shapes the global environment.
Through its affiliates, al-Qa‘ida continues to embed itself in local conflicts and exploit weak governance, and has not relinquished its longstanding anti-Western ambitions.
Further, the emergence of nationalist and isolationist narratives globally is normalising aspects of extreme right-wing ideology.