No single country can boast of being immune from international terrorism.
Defining international terrorism continues to be a problem fraught with difficulties.
Though, several attempts have been made and continue to be made by various scholars, governments and international organizations such as the United Nations, a universally accepted definition is still a long way off, if ever it can be achieved. First, vested interests exist of nations using international terrorism as an extension of state policy but covertly.
The reason being the stoppage of aid and patronage to such groups that they used to get once from America.
As the Cold War ended and the major threats to the US disappeared, it also started disassociating itself from these groups that were left with no option but to look for other sources of income to support their organizations and carry out their activities.