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Paris France:Even if the Islamic State group is one day defeated on its territory the world could face an even greater threat from tens of thousands ofbattle-hardened jihadist veterans experts have warned US intelligence services estimate some 30000 people have joined the ranks of IS from around 100 countries adding to the huge number that have fought with older Islamic extremist groups over the decades Reuters In Afghanistan alone between 1996 and 2001 some 10000 to 20000 people received jihadist training many under the guidance of Osama Bin Laden After the fall of the Taliban regime many of those fighters dispersed around the world taking their radical ideology and knowledge with them Officials warn that jihadist veterans pose a major long-term threat that Western institutions are ill-equipped to handle "Just the current wave — of around 250 returning fighters (coming to France) — is a complicated problem" said a senior French counter-terrorist official speaking on condition of anonymity He said the vast majority will be tried and imprisoned and the rest closely monitored but the difficulty of finding evidence against returning fighters means many are jailed for only five to seven years "That means that in four or five years the first will start leaving prison The problem will return" said the official "That’s why we have to prepare now and see how we can return these people to society Some will be traumatised for years We need to think about rehabilitation It’s a huge job" ‘Even worse than IS’ Regardless of current efforts to target the group with air strikes and diplomatic efforts in Syria and Iraq IS has prepared the ground for years of global insurgency by gathering so many people in its self-declared "caliphate" Fragmenting or dispersing the group can have its own terrible side-effects "Since only the most battle-hardened the most radical will survive we will find ourselves with something even worse than IS" said Mathieu Guidere a radicalisation expert at the University of Toulouse "Don’t forget: we thought we had eliminated Al-Qaeda by killing bin Laden but the fragmentation of Al-Qaeda led to something worse" Faced with the slow-moving institutions of the European Union and other Western countries "we risk always being one step behind in the war" added Guidere "Jihadists know perfectly how to adapt to new conditions They will create new structures and forms of action adapted to their environment and become increasingly difficult to combat" In its own territory attacks on IS are also likely to worsen the violence against civilians in their immediate region at least in the short term "If there is a perception that the local population is assisting the recapture of territory from the group then there is absolutely a risk that the group will become more vicious" said Matthew Henman head of IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre in London "Targeting civilians is also a good way of undermining security and stability after the recapture of territory — highlighting that the government still can’t protect civilians" Henman added "There might also be an increasing effort to send foreign fighters back to their countries for reprisal operations" As the Paris attacks of 13 November demonstrated European security agencies have little hope of collating and analysing all the data pouring in about radicalised individuals and combatants returning from the Middle East They must also monitor older jihadists from wars in Bosnia Afghanistan and Iraq that could return to violence at any time "Long after the fall of Daesh (an alternative name for IS) the whole world will pay for the years of blindness during which it let the jihadist monster grow on Europe’s doorstep" said Jean-Pierre Filiu an expert on Islamic extremism at Sciences Po University in Paris "It will of course be the European countries with at least 5000 jihadists engaged with Daesh. that will be most affected" he warned AFP Written by Sheel Kant Sharma | Published: July 9 2016 12:15 am Forcing in this context an arbitrary “non-NPT” category is oversimplified to say the least Building trust with individual members of the group is critical to diplomacy The NSG today comprises more states (48) than the United Nations at its inception No UN organ or agency with such large membership is inflexible about a consensus rule The IAEA board of governors with 35 members strives in the Vienna spirit for consensus but allows voting when situation warrants; ditto in boards of other UN bodies like the ECOSOC (Illustration: CR Sasikumar) Top News The furore surrounding India’s application at the Nuclear Suppliers Group’s (NSG) annual plenary in Seoul has shades of the fable of the blind men and the elephant The official word about it from Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself is that the government has begun a coordinated effort for India’s entry into the NSG that the process has begun on a positive note and that “everything has rules and will accordingly move forward” Yet the hair-splitting would not seem to stop This is in stark contrast to India’s relatively quieter entry in the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) Was it because the NSG bid is still in the works and may succeed or founder while the MTCR is bland good news Or is it because the NSG inherently has much greater appeal and the stupendous diplomacy in the run-up to the Seoul meeting triggered wider interest and concern Was it because the domestic actors sniffed an opportunity to light up the firmament in anticipation of the geopolitics Any perspective in this atmosphere risks being dismissed as narrow or partial Nonetheless one can try and begin with the nature of these groupings and the unfolding global order The climate change meet in Paris last year demonstrated that the era of treaty-making and mutual legal obligations is over The modus vivendi seems to lie in the endorsement of weakly binding common goals and objectives tied to voluntary national commitments of parties to promulgate laws which contribute to the overall goals The NSG’s importance lies in that it is a long lasting example of the shape of things to come with regard to a world order based on norms of behaviour of sovereign states The NSG was founded in a short-lived phase of détente during the Cold War which began with the strategic arms limitations talks (SALT 1) and the Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaties but petered out by the late 1970s The Soviet Union though a staunch friend of India had joined the NSG as a voluntary grouping of seven to supplement and ensure a fledgeling non-proliferation framework (NPT Tlatelolco Treaty Zangger Committee etc) against another surprise like India’s 1974 nuclear test The founding members were the NATO allies led by the US Cold War thumb rules accommodated eight more by 1978 — three from each side of the divide plus Austria and Switzerland At the time the NSG’s bite was weak and the US enacted stiffer domestic legislation in 1978 for effective export controls This included comprehensive International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards to regulate the export to non-nuclear weapon states — these the NSG could adopt only in 1992 after the Iraq shock The NSG ushered in stricter guidelines and vastly expanded membership after the Soviet collapse The expanded NSG has since comprised Russia and the member states of the NATO EU OECD as well as important emerging economies from outside these groups The overwhelming membership of the NSG by and large acquiesced to the US leadership A senior US diplomat in charge of non-proliferation once remarked that he had the special responsibility of presiding over the global non-proliferation order China arrived there at its own pace in 2004 In this historical setting sprang the transformation of the Indo-US relationship during the last decade It was born out of a sustained dialogue and a thorough reassessment by the US of nuclear India’s capability actions and readiness to conform to the global regime while retaining a strategic nuclear and missile programme While India’s early outreach with individual members of the NSG was also appreciated getting the US on board they said was critical Therefore when the US stepped in to secure India NSG exemption during 2005-08 India was generally optimistic The 2008 exemption vindicated that optimism and inspired the logical next step that is the formal entry into the NSG India’s worthiness has been repeatedly acknowledged since 2010 by President Barack Obama This might calm the reductionist refrain that having got the NSG exemption India’s quest for entry into the NSG was redundant and only for status Facts on the contrary point to India’s record and capacity to add value to the NSG much unlike some others The US Russia France UK Germany Japan and a very large number of the NSG members sympathise with this differentiated assessment It is this assessment that calls into question the imposition of a “one size fits all” approach just to hinder India’s entry As far as the criteria are concerned their role should pertain to regulating the exports of nuclear reactors energy and resources technology and sensitive material rather than in fixing eligibility among a range of states Forcing in this context an arbitrary “non-NPT” category is oversimplified to say the least Building trust with individual members of the group is critical to diplomacy The NSG today comprises more states (48) than the United Nations at its inception No UN organ or agency with such large membership is inflexible about a consensus rule The IAEA board of governors with 35 members strives in the Vienna spirit for consensus but allows voting when the situation warrants; ditto in the boards of other UN bodies like the ECOSOC However it is for the NSG members to consider how they strive for consensus respecting the views of every individual member While bilateral outreach is necessary to individual members some might take umbrage to public questioning or second guessing of the NSG’s confidential processes by non-members Having been at it for years Indian diplomats at the helm today are familiar with every nuance of this process Diplomacy’s lexicon since Klemens Wenzel von Metternich has set store by discreetness and politesse in communication which cannot be derided as yachna or begging So the supercilious rants seen in India’s media debates on the Seoul experience hardly help In sum there is no escape from continued engagement to reach the desirable goal Terms used in the NSG’s carefully drafted public statement do not exclude India’s entry or consideration thereof There is room for India’s friends and supporters to persevere but India must also demonstrate its commitment without being presumptive Most unwise will be the repetition of the sterile ruckus during 2005-08 hindering endeavours towards Indo-US nuclear cooperation The writer is a former ambassador to the IAEA in Vienna For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mehak Arora | New Delhi | Published: June 14 2017 10:03 pm Kumkum Bhagya 14th June 2017 full episode written update: Abhi wakes up and Pragya is happy to see him getting better Related News Abhi is lying unconscious while Pragya rushes for help An old man comes there and asks her to come along and says he lives nearby Pragya hesitates but he insists and says she should not be afraid of him as he is a father of daughters Pragya agrees to go along with him There Purab and troop are looking for Abhi and Pragya along with police Purab asks Dadi Sarla and Biji to go home and says he’ll look for the two of them along with police They resist but Purab says they might have reached home and insists them to go Sarla agrees and Purab says he’ll come back along with Abhi and Pragya There Pragya and Abhi are at the old man’s home where he assists Abhi Later he asks Pragya what’s the matter with them and why she is so frightened Pragya says it’s nothing and she’s just anxious after the accident He says he can sense that there is something more than that Pragya denies but he keeps on insisting Then Pragya tells him the whole incident He asks her to stay at his home for however long they need Pragya hesitates but he insists and says she is like his daughter Pragya says even she hasn’t seen her father ever but she finds the old man fatherly He asks her to call him Papa Papaji or whatever she may like Pragya calls him “Baba” There Nikhil turns the car engine off and tells Aaliya that his car broke down Aaliya argues as to how it can happen all of a sudden and Nikhil asks her to walk along or stay there and wait for Abhi Aaliya says she can’t walk in mud and says she knows that even he can’t do that She says she knows he wants her to go but she isn’t going anywhere till he finds Abhi and she sits in the car Nikhil hits a stone in frustration as his plan didn’t work There at the old man’s (Raghubir) house Abhi wakes up and Pragya hugs him They both get into a sweet argument while Raghubir comes there and Abhi asks him who he is Pragya tells him the whole thing and Raghubir offers him the soup Abhi says he is taking care of him as if Abhi is his son in law For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News In a renewed political commitment to the project, and terror groups. the US government identified a serving officer of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).

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