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Ce que la « guerre au terrorisme » fait à la justice

Abstract : In terms of criminal law and criminal procedure law, the last twenty years have been marked by two major changes: the convergence of criminal law and the law of armed conflict, on one hand, and the prevalence of the logic of prevention and anticipation, on the other. The war on terrorism has challenged the foundation of liberal criminal law. What remains of the essential role of appeasing the desire for violence when criminal justice itself is involved in the cycle of retribution?
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Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet, Antoine Mégie, Sharon Weill. Ce que la « guerre au terrorisme » fait à la justice. Cultures & conflits, 2021, n° 123-124, pp.95-103. ⟨10.4000/conflits.23280⟩. ⟨hal-03632944⟩



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