Terrorism is a widely debated topic
no one has a concrete definition of terrorism
author argues that international law is biased towards the west and has biases against 3 world
International law facilitates first world interests over 3 world interests.
International law against terrorism must be just to succeed and conquer terrorism.
Author targets america, and how their government is feeding the terrorist's agenda to put fear in
people's lives. Makes people more fearful of terrorism.
Terrorism: no concise definition
Kill one, frighten ten thousand- chinese man.
1963: tokyo convention
1970: hank convention for suppression of unlawful seizure of planes for hijacking.
Numerous treaties have been signed, bombing of civilians, killing of diplomats, hostage taking, etc.
Rather than one treaty it's around 300.
tokyo and hank convention were focused on air security around palestine. Increases the west's fear of
what they have done to that.
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