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Describe the security challenges faced by the newly independent countries of Asia and Africa after the Second World War

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• After the Second World War, there were many newly countries emerged in Asia and Africa as a result of the collapse of colonialism and the most nations faced threats not only from outside their borders but also from within. 

• For the newly independent countries external and internal threats posed serious challenges to their security. 

• Some of these states are worried about threats from separatist movement within the country. • Terrorism is a problem faced by maximum newly free countries from outside borders i.e. 1ST 

• Newly independent countries are highly populated and low per capita income countries so that facing the problem of global poverty. 

• Newly independent countries are also facing the problem of social injustice discrimination based on caste, creed, religion which affects the human rights.

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