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The Evolving Law on Counter-Terrorism

The article, written in 2013, examines international legal norms prohibiting cyber terrorism and analyzes the relevant provisions of Israeli legislation in a comparative context. In conclusion, the article offers four observations about trends and global legal developments.

Why an Agreed Definition of Terrorism Matters

This brief investigation assesses that a universally accepted definition of terrorism would be beneficial on multiple levels. The first section provides a concise overview of the definitional debate. The second section delves into the academic and political advantages of having a shared definition of terrorism.

Terrorist Targeting in the Age of Coronavirus

As the novel coronavirus has disturbed our way of life, it has also been weaponized in new ways by an established and expanding set of adversaries. Domestic extremists have proved resilient, energized, enterprising, and opportunistic amidst this crisis environment. Capitalizing on conspiracy theories and adapting

The War Next Door

Narcoterrorism, Legal Challenges, and Lessons Learned from the Mexican Military’s Engagement in the War on Drugs By: Sean F. O’Brien

Peace Makers or Peace Wreckers? Understanding the Somali Diaspora

This paper critically analyzes the diversified political engagement of Somali diasporas that interact in distinctive ways and at different levels within their home countries, due to their fragmentation in space, time and goals. Specifically, it takes into consideration the different activities endorsed by the Somali