The establishment of and the sustaining of good governance are prerequisites to preventing violent extremism.
Episodes of violent extremism thrive in countries and in regions of conflicts and of bad governance. Subsequent rancid ideology as a consequence of violent extremism transcends the borders of failed states to infect healthy free nations.
Therefore, as progressive nations of United Nations(UN) seek a way forward to preventing violent extremism, they do so mindful that good and stable governments are essential to peace and stability. Moreover, these nations realize that violent extremism is now prevalent because of the Syrian war and the continued war crimes committed against civilians and children by the bombs of the Bashar al Assad regime and of Russia upon health facilities and upon civilian targets in Aleppo.
The eradication of conflicts and of bad governance are needed to stem the tide of violent extremism. Freedom of the people, the functioning of democratic institutions, equality, human rights and the rule of law are necessary to long lasting peace and international security.