Canadian Yearbook of International Law. Volume 26 (1988), p. 87-118.
In the context of increasing terrorist attacks and a unified, internal approach to addressing the problem, this article will consider the following issues: first, should the eradication of the so-called "root causes" of terrorism take precedence over conventions to suppress or punish terrorists; second, the gaps that have been found in the existing multilateral convention approach to international terrorism, and third, the steps that have been taken recently by the concerned specialized agencies of the United Nations to remedy the situation.
Williams, Sharon A. "International Law and Terrorism: Age-Old Problems, Different Targets." Canadian Yearbook of International Law 26 (1988): 87-118.
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