INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF TERRORISM LAW (2 VOLS. SET)

Author:

Sanjay Singh

Publisher:

MD PUBLICATIONS PVT LTD

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Publisher

MD PUBLICATIONS PVT LTD

Publication Year 2009
ISBN-13

9788175331785

ISBN-10 817533178X
Binding

Hardcover

Edition FIRST
Number of Pages 568 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 22x14x2
Weight (grms) 1030

We accept that terrorism does constitute a serious threat to World's national security and that criminal and other laws are needed to respond to this threat. However, the capacity of such laws to deter terrorism should not be overstated, and World's legal response must not be disproportionate to that threat. It should be consistent with fundamental human rights and the rule of law. The two main drafting methods used to define terrorism are the general and the specific approaches. The specific approach identifies certain activities as terrorism, such as hijacking and taking hostages, without seeking to define a general category of terrorism per se, while the general approach seeks to arrive at a general definition of terrorism, by reference to criteria such as intention, motivation, and so forth.The former is essentially an inductive approach, while the latter is deductive. This 2 volume encyclopaedia is prepared for all those related with national security, defence services and for all those personal dealing for the security of the nation.

Sanjay Singh

Sanjay Singh is lawyer by profession, as well as a prolific writer. He is also a member of International Law Association. His Areas of interest include administrative law, public international law, international humanitarian law. Confects of laws and national security laws. He is law graduate from DAV College Muzzafar Nagar. He has authors several books and written many articles in various journals related to terrorism law, war crime and international human rights. He has participated in various seminars and confesses related to terrorism law.
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