Join Utah Law Professor Amos Guiora for a public lecture on his book, Targeted Killing (forthcoming, OUP). Recent killings of high level al-Qaeda and Taliban leadership have renewed debate in the United States regarding the legality, morality and utility of killing terrorists. Guiora will explore the important questions that arise in any target killing decision and options for effective counterterrorism.
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