Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Legal issues in the struggle against terror
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This compilation of essays takes an investigative and academic approach to some of the more troublesome legal questions that have been raised regarding the "war on terror" and the struggle against al Qaeda since September 11th, 2001. While addressing domestic law, international law, and the intersection of the two, this title offers various perspectives from leading scholars and authorities. Some of the topics include the treatment of detainees, the use of military tribunals, civil liberties, civil litigation against terrorism, U.S. intelligence efforts, renditions and extraditions, immigration, and nuclear/biochemical/cyber threats.