Deterring Terrorism

After the horrific terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in Washington and New York, Western governments became almost singularly focused on deterring future attacks. The efforts of these governments took numerous forms, including the American led campaign against al Qaeda, United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1373 and 1540, and the influx of unprecedented resources to the security and intelligence community. In addition, in Western criminal justice legal systems, new sentencing laws for terrorist offences focused on the concept of deterrence with the goal of reducing future attacks through the enhanced punishment of previous ones.  Photo: Guantanamo Bay prison.  http://tucsoncitizen.com/morgue/author/lara-jakes-jordan/For More on Terrorism International LawPreventing Undertaking Terrorist ActivityThe motivating force behind the deployment of a ‘judicially’ based deterrent strategy stems from the desire to prevent real or potential enemies from…

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