UK's Legal Responses to Terrorism
Yonah Alexander, Edgar H. Brenner
Cavendish Publishing, Jan 20, 2003 - Law - 806 pages
The UK's legal responses to terrorism are widely regarded as a model of effective anti-terrorism measures. This book brings all the relevant materials together in one volume to produce a reference tool for the legal, law enforcement, policy-making and academic communities.
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