As the result of the existence of the Islamic State, there has been a flow of foreign fighters. The IS has been consistently attracting people from different nations and strengthened itself. Because of the same, there is a multifaceted approach for the flow of the foreign fighters. It is important that each of the nation needs to identify the key requirements so as to ensure that there is a complete ban on the foreign fighters in the future. It is important that there should be an analysis of the measures which have been established by different nations so as to control the terror attacks.
Firstly, it is important that rather than creating a list of all the nations, the United Nations coalition should work in collaboration to prioritize the 12 countries from where there is most of the recruitment to the IS. Though United Nations coalition has listed the control on movement of the foreign fighters to Iraq and Syria, there are many things which are required to do under the same. It has been found that around three fourth of the total number of foreign fighters in ISIS are from these nations. Thereby, it is important that the coalitions should be most concerned for the nations which are in a bad need of support. Some of the nations such as United Kingdom, France and Germany have a very strong legal framework and a large number of resources. But there are other countries such as Russia which has very little interest in external support and Lebanon where the domestic conditions of the country prevents the governments from taking the necessary actions. In addition to this, the coalition should give their maximum priority to the nations such as Jordan and Tunisia which have to share the borders with Syria. These nations are also the top 4 contributors of the foreign fighters and have to face a number of internal security issues. It is important that there should be measures to provide special attention to these nations. It is important to have a collaborative approach for these nations as per the specific country as it will help in saving a lot of time and the cost. This is also important as it will help to solve the individualistic problem of the countries rather than focussing on the terrorism in the entire world. There should be attempts by the coalition to increase the national security of Tunisia (Azinović and Jusic, 2015). In addition to this, Tunisia should be assisted by the other nations so as to find a great balance between the combat of extremism and permission to allow the free practise of religion. Similarly, the coalition should provide the support to do violent extremism work.