Global war on terrorism and prosecution of terror suspects: Select cases and implications for International Law, politics, and security

Srinivasan Sitaraman

Abstract


The focus of this article is on the methods employed to confront terror suspects and terror facilitators. The objective is to raise questions about the policies that the United States have adopted in conducting the war on terrorism and study its implications for international law and security. It is to examine whether the overzealousness in the execution of this war on terror has generated some unintended consequences for international law and complicated the global judicial architecture in ways that are not conducive to the democratic propagation of human rights



Keywords


terrorism; war on terrorism; terror suspects; terror facilitators

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