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|Title:||Terrorism and Human Rights||Authors:||White, Larry D.||Keywords:||counterterrorism
|Issue Date:||2012||Publisher:||Ios Press||Source:||NATO Advanced Training Course on Analyzing Different Dimensions and New Trends in Defence against Terrorism -- MAY 23-27, 2011 -- Kiev, UKRAINE||Series/Report no.:||Nato Science for Peace and Security Series E-Human and Societal Dynamics||Abstract:||The fight against terrorism must rest on law. Although most actions can be prosecuted under national law, these are often based on principles of international law. Not only are formal multilateral agreements (treaties) important, but so are regional and bilateral ones. However, these lead to challenges and issues in fighting terrorism. The lack of a comprehensive mechanism is just but one. However, by focusing on the basics, counterterrorism forces can be successful and while conforming to the rule of law.||URI:||https://doi.org/10.3233/978-1-61499-159-5-41
|Appears in Collections:||Hukuk Fakültesi / Faculty of Law|
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