Hofstra Law Review


Annam Farooq


The article discusses international human rights laws in relation to the author's claim that any legislation that is proposed and enacted to prosecute a global War on Terror should not cause statelessness. Concerns about national security and terrorism in places such as the U.S. and Great Britain are examined, along with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror organization. Stateless persons and terrorist expatriation statutes in the U.S. and Great Britain are assessed.

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