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Proactive counter-terrorist strategies in conflict with human rights.

Fenwick, Helen (2008) 'Proactive counter-terrorist strategies in conflict with human rights.', International review of law, computers and technology., 22 (3). pp. 259-270.


Three standard governmental policy responses to terrorism have been identified: a military one, treating the fight against terrorism as a form of warfare; a police-based one, treating it simply as a form of criminal activity, to be detected and then defeated using (perhaps some modified version of) the criminal justice system; and a political one, viewing it as a form of armed rebellion to be resolved through negotiation and the political process. All three responses to terrorism may be evident in any particular instance.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Counter-terrorism, Human rights, Control orders.
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Date of first online publication:November 2008
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