Terrorism, Drugs, International Law, and the Protection of Human Liberty


Linking related concerns that are often treated in disparate areas of international law and practice, this ground-breaking book clearly reveals the interconnectedness in today’s world of drug trafficking and political violence. Suggesting a new approach to our political and moral values and the laws in which they are reflected, it offers a coherent legal definition of and reaction to terrorism based on a conceptual model derived from substantive criminal law, the law of war, and public international law.

Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.


EUR €100.00USD $124.00

Biographical Note

Christopher Blakesley is Professor of Law at the Louisiana State University Law Center.