Problems of pluri-dimensional complexity of definition, classification and norm-formulation converge in any meaningful endeavor to explore practical measures to prevent, preempt or otherwise to discourage and suppress acts of terrorism on an international scene. The present study is devoted to the treatment of only one of these problems, namely, the problem of jurisdiction. This problem presents itself in more than one connection. To ensure proper appreciation of the nature and scope of the multi-faceted problem of jurisdiction in the context of international terrorism, preliminary attention is focused on the need to adopt a balanced approach to the basic notion of international terrorism.
"International Terrorism and the Problem of Jurisdiction,"
Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce:
2, Article 4.
Available at: http://surface.syr.edu/jilc/vol14/iss2/4