- December 4, 2020
This research identifies such focal factors as the possible impact of religious terrorism and cyber-terrorism on the younger generation. The paper discusses the possible future threats from children affected by international terrorism, focuses on the cyber addiction of children and the youth and its possible negative impact, in the context of terrorism. It is mentioned that Georgia also facing this challenge. In addition, the study points out that a next-generation oriented strategy by terrorist groups has made children victims of both psychological and physical violence, whose subsequent reintegration into a healthy society will remain a foremost challenge. This paper aims to analyze and evaluate the above mentioned factors, which will allow the civilized world to see the challenges before it takes place in a new light.
Editor President of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences,
Academician Giorgi Kvesitadze