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(p. 463) 22. The International Response to Terrorism 

(p. 463) 22. The International Response to Terrorism
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(p. 463) 22. The International Response to Terrorism
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Antonio Cassese

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10.1093/he/9780199259397.003.0022
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date: 18 September 2019

This chapter discusses the international rules have been developed enabling States to deal with terrorist violence at the interstate level, within the international community, and what form the relative practice has taken. It covers the interstate legal reaction to terrorism; hierarchy between types of responses to terrorism; peaceful responses; forcible responses to terrorist action; and the use of force against terrorism on the high seas or in international airspace.

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