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Contents Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction 1. What Is Terrorism? Definitions and Characteristics 2. The Laws of War Waged between Democratic States and Terrorist Organizations 3. Interrogation of Terrorists: The Boundaries between Permitted Interrogation and Forbidden Torture 4. Administrative Powers of Military Commanders in the Struggle against Terrorism 5. Administrative Detentions and the Use of Terrorists as Bargaining Counters 6. The Right to Privacy in Times of Terrorism 7. Use of Civilians as Human Shields 8. Thwarting Terrorist Acts by Targeted Preventive Elimination Conclusion: Lessons of the Past and Challenges for the Future Notes
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Terrorism -- Israel -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention.
Terrorism -- Great Britain -- Prevention.