Migrants and terrorism : A link or misconception

@inproceedings{TilovskaKechedji2018MigrantsAT,
  title={Migrants and terrorism : A link or misconception},
  author={Elena Tilovska-Kechedji},
  year={2018}
}
There are more than 232 million migrants around the world, are they all or some a threat to the world? Can migration lead to terrorism, how are the two connected? These are the questions that will be analyzed, discussed and answered. Terrorism is a global political and security issue. Today many of the migrants who migrate are from countries with a history of civil wars, unstable countries, countries with authoritarian regimes or developing countries that are prone to terrorist activities and… 

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