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Ben BrandonIt is not an easy task to identify strategic alternatives to the use of force in the fight against international terrorism. Before the mid 1990s, peaceful strategies using the institutions and instruments of international law were visible, but of doubtful use.

But with the fall of the Soviet Union, and as the ideological conflicts of the national liberation era were replaced with more contemporary concerns, the obstacles to developing an effective and peaceful international response to terrorist activity began to fall away.

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