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Amos N. Guiora is an Israeli-American professor of law at S. J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah, specialising in counterterrorism and drone attacks. Amos Guiora was born in Israel. The family moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan before he began school. In 1979, he graduated Kenyon College with honors in history. Prior to attending Case Western Reserve University School of Law, he worked in Washington, .
Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism is a highly engaging text that brings Amos Guiora's unique expertise and .
Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism is a highly engaging text that brings Amos Guiora's unique expertise and first-hand knowledge of the subject to your classroom. Appropriate for undergraduate, graduate, and law students alike, this book examines the four central aspects of counterterrorism - law, policy, intelligence gathering, and operational decisions.
Book Talk by Professor Amos Guiora: "Targeted Killing". Legitimate Target: A Criteria Based Approach to Targeted Killing. Guiora teaches Criminal Law, Global Perspectives on Counterterrorism, Religion and Terrorism, and National Security Law. He is a widely cited expert on Legal Aspects of Counterterrorism, Terror Financing, International Law, and Morality in Armed Conflict. He explained to the Los Angeles Times that Israel has dropped coercive techniques, and now spends months interviewing terrorism suspects and convicts, establishing a rapport with.
Author Amos N. Guiora writes and lectures extensively on counterterrorism, global perspectives of counterterrorism, terror financing, and international law and morality in armed conflict. Having served in senior positions for 19 years in the Israel Defense Forces Judge Advocate General’s Corps, Guiora is frequently quoted as an expert in his field by CNN, The Washington Post, PBS, The New York Times, and others
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University of Utah - . Quinney College of Law. Date Written: March 24, 2011. Keywords: Miranda v Arizona, Quarles v New York, public safety exception, domestic terrorism, national security, denying suspected terrorists Miranda protections, expanding Quarles, Warren Court, Wickersham Commission, Brown v Mississippi, White v Texas, Ward v Texas, Ashcraft v Tennessee, Escobedo v Illinois. Guiora, Amos . Relearning Lessons of History: Miranda and Counterterrorism (March 24, 2011). com/abstract 1794297.
Amos Guiorapresents an interdisciplinary and global exploration of the law, policy, intelligence gathering, and operational decisions surrounding counter-terrorism initiatives. Issues to Considerpresent actual dilemmas and scenarios in each chapter that fuel class discussion.
This paper examines the difference between administrative law measures in counter-terrorism (deportations, house demolitions and administrative detentions) and the criminal law in developing a counter-terrorism strategy. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
Professor of Law Amos N Guiora. Amos Guiora presents an interdisciplinary and global exploration of the law, policy, intelligence gathering, and operational decisions surrounding counter-terrorism initiatives. Issues to Consider present actual dilemmas and scenarios in each chapter that fuel class discussion.
Amos Neuser Guiora, Israeli, American law educator. FUNDAMENTALS OF COUNTERTERRORISM } by Guiora, Amos N (AUTHOR) Nov-13-2008 Paperback. W8Z2Y/?tag prabook0b-20. Freedom From Religion (Terrorism and Global Justice). In Freedom From Religion, Amos N. Guiora invites readers.