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Easton & Piper: Sentencing and Punishment 3e

In this article written for OUPblog in March 2015 Susan Easton and Christine Piper grapple with the debates surrounding sentencing terrorists. What constitutes a harsh sentence; and how do you reconcile civil liberties with the continued threat of terrorism, and the active involvement of UK nationals in terror offences overseas?

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