Seymour, Richard
February 2002
Middle East;Feb2002, Issue 320, p20
Focuses on issues related to the September 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Comparison on the definition of terrorist attack in international law and world politics; Interpretation on the right of individual and collective self-defense in cases of armed attacks; Justification on the use of military force in defense of national peace.


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