By Bulent Gokay, R.B.J. Walker
In a accomplished research of the area considering the fact that September eleventh, 2001, the individuals to this quantity supply a chain of views on present safety tendencies. the students who participated during this research are from Europe, North the US and Asia.
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9. See the detailed commentary by Helen Duffy, Responding to September 11: The Framework of International Law, Interights, October 2000 at: (Part I) (Part II) 10. Articles 53, 64 and 71 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, 1969. 11. ‘Certain portions of ius cogens are the subject of general agreement, including rules to the use of force by states’, Ian Brownlie, Principles of Public International Law, 4th edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1990), p. 515. 12. Nicaragua v US, International Court of Justice 1986, para.
In this context, we must examine the following three points. WHOSE ANTI-TERRORISM? First: the identity of the actors who wage the ‘war’ against terrorism. In his congressional address on 20 September 2001, President Bush stated, ‘This is not just America’s fight. This is the world’s fight. This is civilization’s fight… We ask every nation to join us’. A number of commentators hastily judged that this 32 THE POLITICS OF TERRORISM AND ‘CIVILIZATION’ was an indication of a shift in US policy from unilateralism to multilateral internationalism.
E. states’ parties agree to prosecute offences or extradite to a state that will prosecute. 51 In a historic Resolution—number 1269 of 1999—the Security Council, in its first Resolution to address terrorism in general, looked to international cooperation to address the phenomenon, and called on states to take steps to deny safe havens to those who plan, finance or commit terrorist acts, by ensuring their apprehension and prosecution or extradition. Work goes on in the area of nuclear terrorism.
11 September 2001 War, Terror and Judgement by Bulent Gokay, R.B.J. Walker