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Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors

Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors
Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors
Using Law to Fight Terror seeks to enhance the effectiveness of our current counterterrorism approaches through the investigation of different legal tools and frameworks. The volume will explore the use of law in combating the threat posed by both non-state and state-sponsored terrorism, with contributions drawn from interdisciplinary scholars and practitioners providing critical analysis of current methods, and proposing new and innovative approaches to using legal tools and structures. The ultimate aim of this project is to produce a volume that develops, disseminates, and helps implement effective policy alternatives to the current overly militaristic response to the terrorist threat – an urgent domestic and foreign policy challenge.
Oxford University Press
Fuller, Christopher
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Finkelstein, Claire
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Fuller, Christopher, Finkelstein, Claire (ed.) (2019) Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors, Oxford University Press

Fuller, Christopher, Finkelstein, Claire (ed.) (2019) Using Law to Fight Terror: Legal Approaches to Combating Violent Non-State and State-Sponsored Actors, Oxford University Press

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Using Law to Fight Terror seeks to enhance the effectiveness of our current counterterrorism approaches through the investigation of different legal tools and frameworks. The volume will explore the use of law in combating the threat posed by both non-state and state-sponsored terrorism, with contributions drawn from interdisciplinary scholars and practitioners providing critical analysis of current methods, and proposing new and innovative approaches to using legal tools and structures. The ultimate aim of this project is to produce a volume that develops, disseminates, and helps implement effective policy alternatives to the current overly militaristic response to the terrorist threat – an urgent domestic and foreign policy challenge.

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In preparation date: 2019
Additional Information: Edited collection, co-edited with Professor Claire Finkelstein. Co-authored introduction, and one chapter each, plus an additional co-authored chapter by myself with Lisa and Isla Klinghoffer.
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Local EPrints ID: 407739
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/407739
PURE UUID: 1cfc3498-52cd-4dc5-8e4b-aa661e472463

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Date deposited: 25 Apr 2017 01:05
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 13:53

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Editor: Claire Finkelstein

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