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    Seumas Miller
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    Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (June 23, 2008)
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Seumas Miller has written a first–rate book. It is the only philosophical treatment of the ethics of terrorism that takes counter–terrorism seriously. Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism" will greatly broaden our understanding of the nature and morality of terrorism and counter-terrorist pursuits - a crucial precondition for establishing any form of enduring peace between nations in the twenty-first century world. See all Product description.

The answers are not always so simple. Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Ethics and Liberal Democracy provides sobering analyses of the nature of terrorism and the moral justification-or lack thereof-of terrorist actions and counter-terrorism measures in today's world

The answers are not always so simple. Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Ethics and Liberal Democracy provides sobering analyses of the nature of terrorism and the moral justification-or lack thereof-of terrorist actions and counter-terrorism measures in today's world. Utilizing a variety of thought-provoking philosophical arguments, the historic roots of terrorism and its contemporary incarnations are explored in depth. Detailed analyses of organizations such as the IRA, ANC, Hamas, and al-Qaeda will reveal the many faces of terrorism and its disparate motives and tactics.

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Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism : Ethics and Liberal Democracy. Corruption and Anti-Corruption: An Applied Philosophical Approach (Basic Ethics in Action). Human Rights and the Moral Responsibilities of Corporate and Public Sector Organisations. Violence and Police Culture (Ethics in Public Life). Tony Coady, Steve James, Michael O'Keefe, Seumas Miller. Shooting to Kill: The Ethics of Police and Military Use of Lethal Force. Edward Spence, Peter Roberts, Seumas Miller. The Moral Foundations of Social Institutions: A Philosophical Study.

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2 Seumas Miller, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism: Ethics and Liberal Democracy (Oxford: Blackwell 2009). Intelligence and National Security, 2016 Vol. 31, No. 3, 345–368, Downloaded by at 17:25 12 March 2016. 3 Five years after 9/11, governments in liberal democracies also implemented a raft of intelligence reform measures in policies, procedures and legislation.

Undoubtedly, the events of September 11, 2001 served as a wake-upcall to the scourge of global terrorism facing twenty-first centurysocieties. But was the attack on the World Trade Center a crime oran act of war? Is seemingly indiscriminate violence inflicted oncivilians ever morally justified? And should society's responsealways be in kind--with blind, destructive violence? For thatmatter, are all civilians truly "innocent"? The answers are notalways so simple.Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Ethics and Liberal Democracyprovides sobering analyses of the nature of terrorism and the moraljustification--or lack thereof--of terrorist actions andcounter-terrorism measures in today's world. Utilizing a variety ofthought-provoking philosophical arguments, the historic roots ofterrorism and its contemporary incarnations are explored in depth.Detailed analyses of organizations such as the IRA, ANC, Hamas, andal-Qaeda will reveal the many faces of terrorism and its disparatemotives and tactics. Early chapters on the Definition of Terrorism,and Is Terrorism ever Morally Justified? are balanced withdiscussions on Counter-terrorism Strategies and Methods and MoralLimits on Counter-terrorism to provide insights into thecomplexities and ethical dilemmas posed by terrorism in today'sworld.Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism will greatly broaden ourunderstanding of the nature and morality of terrorism andcounter-terrorist pursuits--a crucial precondition for establishingany form of enduring peace between nations in the twenty-firstcentury world.