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NCJ Number: 30533 Find in a Library
Title: REFLECTIONS ON THE DEFINITION AND REPRESSION OF TERRORISM - CENTER OF INTERNATIONAL LAW OF BRUSSELS FREE UNIVERSITY AND THE BELGIAN ASSOCIATION OF DEMOCRATIC JURISTS - CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS - BRUSSELS, MARCH, 1973
Project Director: H ROLIN
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 292
Sponsoring Agency: Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Bruxelles, Belgium
Sale Source: Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Institut de Sociologie
Parc Leopold, 1040
Bruxelles,
Belgium
Language: Dutch; French
Country: Belgium
Annotation: PAPERS PRESENTED ON SUBJECTS CONNECTED WITH TERRORISM, INCLUDING HISTORY, DEFINITION, NEW FORMS OF REVOLUTIONARY AND COUNTERREVOLUTIONARY STRUGGLE, AND TERRORISM BEFORE THE UNITED NATIONS AND IN INTERNATIONAL AND BELGIAN LAW.
Abstract: INCLUDED AS APPENDIXES ARE THE TEXTS (IN FRENCH) OF THE GENEVA CONVENTION OF NOVEMBER 16, 1937, THE CONVENTION OF THE HAGUE OF DECEMBER 16, 1970, THE WASHINGTON CONVENTION OF FEBRUARY 2, 1971, THE MONTREAL CONVENTION OF SEPTEMBER 23, 1971, AND THE UNITED NATIONS RESOLUTION ON TERRORISM OF DECEMBER 18, 1972, SEE NCJRS INTERNATIONAL SUMMARIES - VOL. 3 (NCJ 57197) FOR A MORE COMPLETE TREATMENT OF THIS TOPIC. -- IN FRENCH, DUTCH, AND ENGLISH
Index Term(s): Antiterrorist laws; Belgium; International agreements; International cooperation; International law; International organizations; International terrorism; United Nations (UN)
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