International Law and the Use of Force against Terrorism now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of International Law and the Use of Force against Terrorism by Dr. Shadi Adnan Alshdaifat.
As shown in the case of Attila the Hun, and his thirst for power, property, and personal prestige, nation states throughout the world, particularly in Asia and Europe, have, since ancient times, been vulnerable to invasion by other nation states and bands of looters from outside their borders. Terrorism’s progress into the modern day has caused extreme concern among members of the international community, who now accept that it is like a cancer that refuses to localize itself within any single organ of the body, but seeks to spread its lethality throughout, even if that means destroying itself along with the host. The fight against terrorism is long and complex, but the end is known in advance. Terrorists are defending a lost cause, and their defeat is inevitable, and democracy, freedom, and diplomacy will triumph.
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About the Author
Dr. Shadi Adnan Alshdaifat received a Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) from Mu’tah University, Jordan, in 2001, a Master’s degree in International and Comparative Law (LLM) from Dedman School of Law at Southern Methodist University, USA, in 2009, and a Science Juridical Doctorate (SJD) from Golden Gate University School of Law, USA, in 2012. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Law at the University of Sharjah, UAE, where he teaches Public International Law, Human Rights Law, International Organizations, and Legal Skills. He has also worked as a senior legal adviser for the Saudi Telecom Company (STC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the law firm of Mitchell and Mir, and for the Human Rights Initiative (HRI) in Dallas, Texas.