Militant Islamicist Terrorism in Europe: Are France & the United Kingdom Legally Prepared for the Challenge?

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This Article seeks to take a first step in advancing the development of effective and balanced comprehensive counter-terrorism regimes in Europe and the rest of the world by presenting a comparison of current French and British counter-terrorism laws.

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Islamic fundamentalism -- Great Britain, Counterterrorism -- Great Britain, Counterterrorism -- France, Antiterrorism measures, Islamic militants, Terrorism, United Kingdom. Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, United Kingdom. Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005, United Kingdom. Terrorism Act 2000, European Union, France, United Kingdom

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W. Jason Fisher (United States District Court for the District of New Mexico)

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