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This book analyzes the preemptive use of force in the form of targeted killing (TK) as a counterterrorism (CT) policy applied before and during the War on Terror. It examines a variety of connection points between the concepts of conventional and asymmetric force. Although TK is still relatively limited in its scope and use, the tactical and strategic outcomes have proven This book analyzes the preemptive use of force in the form of targeted killing (TK) as a counterterrorism (CT) policy applied before and during the War on Terror. It examines a variety of connection points between the concepts of conventional and asymmetric force. Although TK is still relatively limited in its scope and use, the tactical and strategic outcomes have proven successful, such as providing a low-cost, low-risk response to eliminating threats to national security. This comprehensive work is set amid the backdrop of the contentious line between morality, legality, and preemption, which represents a sharp debate in both the public and private sectors.


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This book analyzes the preemptive use of force in the form of targeted killing (TK) as a counterterrorism (CT) policy applied before and during the War on Terror. It examines a variety of connection points between the concepts of conventional and asymmetric force. Although TK is still relatively limited in its scope and use, the tactical and strategic outcomes have proven This book analyzes the preemptive use of force in the form of targeted killing (TK) as a counterterrorism (CT) policy applied before and during the War on Terror. It examines a variety of connection points between the concepts of conventional and asymmetric force. Although TK is still relatively limited in its scope and use, the tactical and strategic outcomes have proven successful, such as providing a low-cost, low-risk response to eliminating threats to national security. This comprehensive work is set amid the backdrop of the contentious line between morality, legality, and preemption, which represents a sharp debate in both the public and private sectors.

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