write an article on International Institutions: Law and Politics Against Terrorism. It needs to be at least 2000 words.

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on International Institutions: Law and Politics Against Terrorism. It needs to be at least 2000 words. The U.S. Department of State defines “terrorism” to be “premeditated politically-motivated violence perpetrated against non-combatant targets by sub-national groups or clandestine agents, usually intended to influence an audience3.&nbsp.

The&nbsp.United Nations Security Council&nbsp.is one of the principal organs of the&nbsp.United Nations&nbsp.and is assigned with the task of maintaining international peace and security the&nbsp.United Nations Charter outline and define its powers which include the establishment of&nbsp.peacekeeping&nbsp.mechanisms, establishment of&nbsp.international sanctions, and the authorization of&nbsp.military actions against any state who poses a threat to international peace and security4. Its powers are exercised through&nbsp.United Nations Security Council resolutions. There are fifteen members of the Security Council out of which five are permanent members. These permanent members are China,&nbsp.France,&nbsp.Russia, the&nbsp.United Kingdom, and the&nbsp.United States and ten elected non-permanent members with two-year terms. The five permanent members consist of veto-wielding power. Security Council members must always be present at UN headquarters in New York so that the Security Council can meet at any time to address any crisis. International law protects “peace, security and the well being of the world” as the fundamental values of the international community. These concepts have a very broad&nbsp.scope and encompass not only the absence of military conflict between states but also the conditions within a state. Therefore if a state functions within its own territories in a way that causes massive violations of these essential principles like manufacturing weapons of mass destruction, carrying out activities like genocide or practicing terrorism, then it is indeed a potential threat to the world community. The maxim “injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” is very relevant here. The world has become a small global village wherein we are so interconnected that the act of one will affect another directly or indirectly. Actions of each and every state are now a matter of concern and should be closely scrutinized to prevent an era of disharmony leading to a situation like that of world wars.