International Terrorism in the Contemporary World

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1.
Washington Post, 14 January 1976, p. 3, col. 3.
2.
U.S. News and World Report, 19 January 1976, p. 27.
3.
In some parts of the world, however, political violence has developed into large-scale civil or guerrilla war and presents a major public-safety problem. For example, former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson claimed that 1,400 political killings were committed in Ireland since 1969 (Washington Post, 31 January 1976, A. p. 17, col. 1).
4.
Otto Kirchheimer, Political Justice (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1961).
5.
See Appendix Q. International Terrorism and Political Crimes 546, M. Cherif Bassiouni, ed. (1975); M. Hudson, International Legislation 862 (1941).
6.
For a review of the status of political crime in the United States, see “Comment, Criminal Responsibility and the Political Offender, ” 24 Am. U.L. Rev. 797 (1975).
7.
American law parallels that of the United Kingdom. Thus Brendan Behan commented upon “the usual hypocrisy of the English not giving anyone political treatment and then being able to say that alone among the Empires she had no political prisoners.” Brendan Behan, Borstal Boy (New York: Knopf, 1958), p. 271.
8.
Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago (New York: Harper and Row, 1973), p. 500.
9.
Ibid.
10.
See the biblical account of King David's execution of the messenger reporting to him that he slew David's archenemy, King Saul. “Thy blood be upon thy head; for thy mouth hath testified against thee, saying I have slain the Lord's anointed.” 2 Sam. 1:16.
11.
M. Cherif Bassiouni, International Extradition and World Public Order (Oceana, 1974), p. 371.
12.
In re Fabijan (Supreme Court of Germany, 1933) 6 Digest of International Law 802, Whiteman, ed. (1968).
13.
I.Q.B. 149 (1891) p. 152.
14.
34 I.L.R. 143 (1961), pp. 143-144.
15.
For one of the few examples of an attempt to implement the international commitment to self-determination, see the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, General Assembly Resolution 1514 (xv) of 14 December (1960).
16.
U.N., Human Rights, A Compilation of International Instruments of the United Nations (1973), no. E. 73. XIV. 2.
17.
See generally, Robertson, “United Nations Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights, ” XLIII British Yearbook of International Law 21 (1968-69); O'Hanlon, Brussels Colloquy on the European Convention on Human Rights, 5 Irish Jurist 252 (1970); Comte, “Application of the European Convention on Human Rights in Municipal Law, ” 4 Journal International Commission of Jurists 94 (1962-63).
18.
UN, Human Rights, p. 41.

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