Ten years into the global counter-terrorism agenda, the international community has reached a critical turning point in ensuring human rights compliant responses to terrorism. After years of operating in a mode of ‘permanent exceptionality’ and intense questioning of human rights law there are now opportunities to construct a viable, sober response to terrorism. The legal aspects of such a response need to integrate human rights law fully and vigorously uphold the principle of accountability. The prospects for achieving this objective have considerably improved...
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