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The internationalisation and brutalisation of modern terrorism makes it very clear that we have entered into an age of super and cyber terrorism with its serious implications for national, regional, and global security concerns. The legal response to this challenge is critical. This volume focuses on a broad range of relevant topics (e.g: definitions; human rights; ethnic, racial, and religious intolerance and violence) and selected legislation, treaties, and cases. The materials incorporated in this publication is selected specifically from proceedings of several international seminars held in Washington, DC, as well as the legal research conducted at the Inter-University Center for Legal Studies (International Law Institute) and the Inter-University Center for Terrorism Studies (administered by the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies). Contributors to this volume include Stephen P. Cohen (Brookings Institution), M. Anthony Fainberg (Federal Aviation Administration), Christopher C. Joyner (Georgetown University), Martin Mendelsohn (Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson and Hand), Michael J. O'Neil (Preston, Gates, Ellis and Rouvelas, Meeds), Philip C.;Wilcox (former Coordinator for Counterterrorism, US Department of State), and Wayne Zaideman, (Federal Bureau of Investigation).