n African Security Review - Implications for human rights : initiatives against terrorism in Southern Africa : essay

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The events that occurred on 11 September 2001 in two of the largest urban centres in the US, and subsequent developments, have brought to the fore the lingering friction between tolerable action against terrorism and the sustainability of human rights observance. It remains somewhat unfortunate that old debates around enduring concepts and controversial issues persist. The most recent African multilateral initiative is the 1999 Algiers Convention which attempts to reconcile these often conflicting policy objectives.


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