China and International Anti-terrorism

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On several occasions since 2016, Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the importance of China’s active participation in the international efforts to reform the system of global governance. Written by a group of prominent Chinese scholars and officials, the China and Global Governance Series aims to present the international readers with China’s approach to global governance and the Chinese wisdom behind it. In the ten titles forming this series, the authors elaborate on China’s perspectives on global governance, peace, and development, as well as seven other important aspects of global governance—financial security, energy security, climate change management, foreign aid, cybersecurity, human rights protection, and anti-terrorism.

About Author
Li Wei, special assistant to the president, doctoral supervisor, and researcher with the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR). Li is an expert receiving special government allowance from the State Council of China. His research focuses on national security, international security situation, and international terrorism and anti-terrorism. He is the author of International Terrorism and Anti-terrorism, Analysis of Major International Terrorist Cases, Hostage Rescue and Special Forces, the Yearbook of International Terrorism and Anti-terrorism, and Risk Analysis on Belt-and-Road Countries’ National Security.
Table of Contents
Chapter One Development of International Terrorism 
1.1 International Terrorism from the Second World War to the End of the Cold War 
1.2 International Terrorism from the End of Cold War to the 9/11 Attacks 
1.3 The Trend of International Terrorism in the Post 9/11 Era 

Chapter Two Current Stages of Anti-terrorism Cooperation 
2.1 The UN-Led International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation and Its Subsidiary Bodies 
2.2 Regional and Multilateral Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 
2.3 Bilateral Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 

Chapter Three Challenges to International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 
3.1 Development and Challenges of International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation in Different Eras 
3.2 The Crux of International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 
3.3 UN’s Endeavors and Breakthroughs in International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 

Chapter Four China and International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 
4.1 China’s Remarkable Achievements in Domestic Counter-Terrorism 
4.2 China’s Endeavor to Enhance International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation 
4.3 China’s Proposal on an Effective Strategy for International Counter-Terrorism Cooperation
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Terrorism has been a major threat to the world for a long time. Fueled by extremist ideology, terrorist activities have developed into large-scale, organized systems, becoming an ever-growing threat to human society in the modern age.
Since the 1960s, the conflict between different ethnic groups, religions and sects, plus the turbulent international situation have catalyzed the rapid spreading of international terrorism. As the 1970s began, terrorist organizations continued to evolve various means and methods of terrorist attacks, such as hijackings and car bombings, inflicting greater brutality and destruction to humankind.
China and International Anti-terrorism