Targeting Terrorists: A License to Kill?
In the ongoing war on terror both the American and Israeli governments have resorted to a policy of 'targeting terrorists': killing suspects who they believe mortally threaten citizens. This book explores the moral and legal debates, effectiveness, history and implications of the policy for struggles with terrorist groups.
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The Issue of Targeting Terrorists
The Development of Israels Terrorist Targeting Policy
The Expansion of Israeli Targeting During the Second Intifada
The Development of the US Terrorist Targeting Policy
The Legality of Targeting Terrorists
The Politics of Targeting Terrorists
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