In the contemporary world we will be dealing with strategic security problems in all areas of our life. The world has been divided into those who want to build The State of God and the rest who oppose them. Moreover, this rest, in order to develop, has suggested “a global approach” which facilitates both the movement of people and various kinds of matter beyond existing boundaries. However, it appears that this globalism serves also the enemies as the rigours of the previous period of the Cold War made it impossible for them. This, in turn, forces the opponents of Islamic fundamentalism to limit them this freedom. What is more, on the one hand, this forces democratic states to pay more attention to the problems of recognising new threats, on the other to draw particular attention to internal security, as the aggressor in a probable war would not be a state but a particular organisation that has its members in various countries, the attacked ones including, whereas the knowledge of the members might be limited. This, in turn, leads to a new division of the world, i.e. stricter co-operations between countries of different systems that are going to fight terrorism. All these factors create the necessity to develop, accept and carry out changed forms and ways of fighting (not only armed fighting) that must be realised in all areas, particularly in political, economic, social, scientific, technical, technological and military areas. However, the military will be to serve and not to play the priority function.