COUNTER-TERRORISM IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: SUSTAINABLE MEASURE OR VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

@article{Roko2019COUNTERTERRORISMIT,
  title={COUNTER-TERRORISM IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: SUSTAINABLE MEASURE OR VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS},
  author={Marko Ro{\vs}ko and Marijana Musladin and Rastislav Kazansk{\'y}},
  journal={Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues},
  year={2019},
  volume={9},
  pages={603-615}
}
Terrorism has been one of the most prominent issues in the last three decades. Since 2001 and the attacks on September 11, terrorism has gained a global impact. Terrorism today threatens the safety of individuals more than ever. In order to combat terrorism, countries around the world have adopted various counter-terrorism strategies. The United Kingdom is one such country. Thorugh the analysis of the United Kingdom’s counter-terrorism strategy, it’s laws and decisions from both domestic and… 

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