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This preliminary material presents the contents section of the book Due Process and International Terrorism. A preface for the book and a note on acknowledgements are provided here. The book talks about the narrow borderline separating legally acceptable from unacceptable measures or acts in the fight against international terrorism. It teaches us an important lesson. A society, firmly founded on the ideas of liberty, separation of powers and the rule of law will always be strong enough to regain its balance, even if the borderline was overstepped, be it with good or bad intent.

Keywords: international terrorism; society

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