Table of Contents
|‘Paving the way for Extremism: How Preventing the Symptoms Does Not Cure the Disease of Terrorism’||PDF HTML|
|Terrorist Threat Construction and the Transition to Permanent British Counterterrorism Law||PDF HTML|
|Legislating for Terrorism: The Philippines’ Human Security Act 2007||PDF HTML|
|Pauline E. Eadie|
|Defining Terrorism at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon||PDF HTML|
|Constructing a Global Counterterrorist Legislation Database: Dilemmas, Procedures, and Preliminary Analyses||PDF HTML|
|Putting the Terror in Territorial: Reflections on the Global War on Terrorism and U.S. Detention Policy||PDF HTML|
|No New Weapons for the UN Ombudsperson?||PDF HTML|
|Anti-Terrorism Resolutions: The Security Council’s Threat to the UN System||PDF HTML|
|The Lawful Use of Targeted Killing in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law||PDF HTML|
|Scott D. MacDonald|
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In 2010 the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence launched the on-line Journal of Terrorism Research. The aim of this Journal is to provide a space for academics and counter-terrorism professionals to publish work focused on the study of terrorism. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the study of terrorism, high-quality submissions from all academic and professional backgrounds are encouraged. Students are also warmly encouraged to submit work for publication.