Research Handbooks in International Law series
Edited by Ben Saul
Chapter 39: The legal response to terrorism of the European Union and Council of Europe
The European Council considers that the threat from terrorists remains significant and is constantly evolving in response to both the international community’s attempts at combating it and new opportunities that present themselves. We must not lower our guard against these heinous criminals.
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