Criminally-legal problems of struggle against terrorism

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Criminally-legal problems of struggle against terrorism



Chapter I. The concept and history of criminal law on the responsibility for the terrorist act 7

1.1 History of Russian criminal law to combat terrorism 7

1.2 The concept of terrorism and approaches to its definition 12

Chapter II. Criminally-legal characteristic act of terrorism as a crime 25

2.1 Objective and subjective side of a terrorist act 25

2.2 Qualifying the offenses 34

2.3 Delimitation of a terrorist act on related offenses 38

Chapter III. Criminally-legal aspects of the fight against terrorist acts 50

3.2 Exemption from criminal responsibility for an act of terrorism 58

3.3 Criminal legal problems and ways to improve the fight against terrorist acts 62


References 71

In today´s world of terrorism in its scope and tremendous destructive force has surpassed all kinds of threats to public relations, defying all mankind. Strengthening the processes of globalization in the world community, the development of new systems of public relations at the same time becoming potentially dangerous for mankind as related to such dangerous and phenomena as terrorism and extremism.

Changing the balance of power in the political arena, the emergence of new factors of international policy, the development of nuclear technology contributes to the problem of terrorism and makes the leaders of the states to give due attention to this problem.

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