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Counterterrorism Law

Summary of Contents

Editors’ Note

PART I.  Introduction
Chapter 1. Defining Terrorism and Counterterrorism
PART II.  Authorities and Limits In the War on Terrorists
Chapter 2. Extraterritorial Reach of U.S. Law
Chapter 3. Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law (jus in bello)
Chapter 4. Waging War on Terrorists
Chapter 5. Targeting Terrorists
PART III.  Detecting Terrorist Threats
Chapter 6. Introducing Intelligence
Chapter 7. The Fourth Amendment and Counterterrorism
Chapter 8. Congressional Authority for Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
Chapter 9. Programmatic Electronic Surveillance for Foreign Intelligence
Chapter 10. Third-Party Records — Targeted Collection
Chapter 11. Bulk Collection and Data Mining
Chapter 12. Screening for Security
PART IV.  Detaining Terrorist Suspects
Chapter 13. Habeas Corpus: The Structure of the Suspension Clause
Chapter 14. Habeas Corpus: The Scope of the Suspension Clause
Chapter 15. Military Detention of U.S. Persons
Chapter 16. Military Detention of Non-U.S. Persons
Chapter 17. Preventive Detention
PART V.  Interrogating Terrorist Suspects
Chapter 18. Interrogating Terrorist Suspects
Chapter 19. Case Study of Coercive Interrogation of Detainees in U.S. Custody After 9/11
PART VI.  Prosecuting Threats to National Security
Chapter 20. Criminalizing Terrorism and Material Support
Chapter 21. The Procedural Path to Terrorism Trials
Chapter 22. Secret Evidence in Criminal Trials
Chapter 23. Trial by Military Commission
PART VII.  Homeland Security
Chapter 24. Homeland Security
Chapter 25. The Military’s Domestic Role
PART VIII.  Noncriminal Sanctions Against Terrorists and Their Supporters
Chapter 26. Public Sanctions Against Terrorists and Their Supporters
Chapter 27. Suing Terrorists and Their Supporters

Appendix — Constitution of the United States

Table of Cases