Democratic Responses to Terrorism: A Comparative Study of the United States, Israel and India


This paper compares counter-terrorist policies in the United States, Israel and India through the lens of three models of counter-terrorist policies: the war model, the intelligence model, and the criminal justice model. After describing each model, the paper introduces different variables that are relevant in understanding a country’s counter-terrorist policies. Using these variables, the paper attempts to analyze and classify each country’s counter-terrorist policies.


Comparative and Foreign Law | Human Rights Law | International Law

Date of this Version

June 2004