Poland should provide for comprehensive participation in the fight against terrorism also by contributing to the creation and implementation of international law, and at the same time adequately shaping its domestic legal framework. The article will focus on both international as well as Polish criminal law and their definitions of a terrorist act. Criminal law is the most basic tool to pursue and condemn individuals involved in terrorism. The author will briefly examine and compare Polish and international legal solutions as well as draw policy implications for Poland.
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