Old and new terrorist threats : what form will they take and how will States respond ?
Globalization and its impact on the future of human rights and international criminal justice
Cambridge [etc.] : Intersentia, 2015
While international law came under much strain in the decade after 9/11, in most areas the basic principles of law remained intact, with some modifications and reinterpretations, and some new law. Some basic normative gaps remain to be filled, particularly a common definition of terrorism to maximise transnational cooperation. The refinement of general legal principles will also continue, particularly in the law on the use of force, international humanitarian law, and human rights.