Countering Terrorism at the International Level
From: National Security Law
Considers countering terrorism at the international level by discussing terrorism and its legal implications, terrorism and military force, the question of targeted killings and its legality, as well as the role that international criminal law can play in anti-terrorism. Anti-terrorism treaty obligations are also touched upon.
Craig Forcese is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law (Common Law Section), University of Ottawa. He teaches public international law, national security law, administrative law and public law/legislation. Much of his present research and writing relates to national security, human rights and democratic accountability.