The Law of Homegrown (Counter) Terrorism
Samuel James Rascoff
New York University School of Law
Texas Law Review, Vol. 88 , No. 1715, 2010
This Article aims to promote conceptual clarity about what role local officials ought to play as part of an overall intelligence strategy that conjoins elements of national and sub-national authority to practice “intelligence under law.” It emphasizes areas of comparative local strength as well as vulnerability, and suggests what a rightly conceived set of institutional arrangements ought to look like. Conceptual work of this sort is a necessary foundation for homegrown counter-terrorism to play a significant role in addressing homegrown terrorism.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 35
Keywords: Homegrown Terrorism, Police and Counter-Terrorism, Domestic Intelligence, Federalism and National SecurityAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: February 2, 2012
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