The Hague, The Netherlands : International Courts Association, 
288 pages ; 23 cm.
International criminal law series ; v. 8.
Formatted Contents Note
International law prohibiting terrorism Terrorism : the problem of definition The special tribunal for Lebanon's recent decision on the definition of terrorism Protecting the rights of (suspected) terrorists Jack Sparrow a terrorist? Appendix: International conventions.
"The 21st century has witnessed a marked increase in the prevalence of failed and failing states, and an equally significant increase in acts of domestic and international terrorism. The challenge at present is for the international community of nations to adopt a common approach to the treatment of terrorism as an international crime. With an international war on terrorism seemingly being sanctioned by the United Nations (UN), it is time for the crime of terrorism, as the act of a non-governmental organization, to become a part of the universal responsibility of nations, with that responsibility further delegated to an international institution, such as the International Criminal Court, for prosecution and subsequent sanction. We will discuss the current status of terrorism as an international crime"--Page 1.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.