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Other Planning And Preparation Of Terrorism

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This chapter discusses the national rules in more depth. They can be roughly divided into two categories. The first group comprises what can be called mental preparations, such as planning, declarations and decisions that do not require any other activities than the individual or collective deliberations involved. As most national legislators have chosen to partly implement these obligations through the separate criminalization of conspiracy to engage in terrorism. The second group, which can be called physical preparations, involves the use of various objects for the purpose of preparing a crime. Some states have chosen to criminalise such acts through general rules that require further analysis. Finally the chapter provides an overview of the applicable penalties before some brief conclusions are drawn.

Keywords: criminalization; national rules; terrorism



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