Counterterrorism and the use of force in international law

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George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies, Nov 1, 2002 - Political Science - 98 pages
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Explores the legality of the U. S. response to 9/11 against Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Although States have conducted military counter-terrorist operations in the past, the scale and scope of Operation Enduring Freedom may well signal a sea change in strategies to defend against terrorism. This paper explores the normative limit on counter-terrorist operations.

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