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標題: 恐怖主義、戰爭與組織犯罪:三種行為模式探討
Terrorism, War and Organized Crime: A Three-Dimensional Model of Behavior
作者: 林泰和 
Tai-Ho Lin 
Yu-Tai Tsai 
關鍵字: 恐怖主義;戰爭;組織犯罪;國際法;反恐戰爭;Terrorism;War;Organized Crime;International Law;War on Terrorism
Project: 全球政治評論, Issue 69, Page(s) 31-61 

The debate on the characteristics and essences of terrorism in academics has lasted for a long time. The main reason why "terrorism" cannot be defined precisely and rigorously is that the complex relations between terrorism, war and crime are not clearly explored. In short, terrorism occupies the human's psyche, war occupies state's territory and organized crime pursues personal profit. This distinction is short but essential. Although terrorism, war and organized crime share some common characteristics, they have major differences in the ways how they actually operate. This article attempts to explore the complex relations between terrorism, war and organized crime and discuss these similarities and differences. Finally the consequences of U.S. counter-terrorism measures will be reviewed.
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