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Counterterrorism Law: Cases and Materials (w/ Connected eBook)

  • Edition : 4th ed., 2020
  • Author(s) : Dycus, Banks, et al.
    • ISBN: 9781543806786
    • SKU: 93365
    • Condition: New
    • Format: Hardcover/Access Code

    $241.50

    List Price: $345.00

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    • SKU: 93365E
    • Format: Digital Access Code Only

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Recent judicial rulings, legislative initiatives, and executive reforms are prominently featured in the Fourth Edition of Counterterrorism Law The additional rulings and updates to this edition help refine our understanding of relevant government structures, processes, and institutions, and they raise critically important new questions. They also address new threats and breathtaking advances in technology.

New to the Fourth Edition

  • Updates to counterterrorism law and international policy in the advent of the election of President Donald Trump
  • Additional updates to reflect the most recent changes in the law
Professors and students will benefit from:
  • A study of counterterrorism law that is both comprehensive and self-contained
  • Organization of the materials in this book into functional categories in order to facilitate study and to help put new developments in the field into perspective
  • A collection of resources to help students reflect intensively on how to protect national security under the rule of law; whether civil rights and liberties must be traded for security, and, if so, how much; and what roles each of the three branches of government should play in making these decisions and trade-offs.