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Coursework Terrorist act

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Year: 2014 | Pages: 32

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Introduction
1. The concept and general characteristics of a terrorist act
1.1 Terrorism, terror and terrorist act: correlation of concepts
1.2 Objective and subjective signs of a terrorist act
2. Counter-terrorism measures
2.1 Legal acts in the field of combating terrorism
2.2. Measures to combat terrorism
Conclusion
References

A terrorist act, which was a rare occurrence for us only a few decades ago, today poses a real threat to the public security of the state.

Against the background of the aggravated criminal situation in Russia, terrorist crimes have become increasingly widespread in recent years.

Terrorism continues to be one of the main factors destabilizing the situation in Russia. Increasingly, crimes are committed in the most dangerous way, leading to serious consequences. The use of devices using a significant amount of explosives, the implementation of terrorist acts in places of mass congestion of citizens (in Moscow, Buinaksk, Volgodonsk, Vladikavkaz, etc.) entailed significant human casualties.

The increase in illicit trafficking in weapons, ammunition, explosives and explosive devices contributes significantly to the spread of terrorism. The criminal situation in Russia in recent years has been characterized by negative development trends, and the increasingly obvious transformation of terrorism into a real threat to our national security.

The events in the North Caucasus, where the interests of ethnic criminal groups, international transnational criminal communities, including the drug mafia, extremist terrorist organizations and foreign special services are closely intertwined, are the most vivid proof of this.

For the first time in Russian history, criminals, due to a number of well-known circumstances, established control over one of the subjects of the Federation, imposed their will on the whole people with weapons and violence, and with broad foreign support launched large-scale subversive activities against Russia, carry out armed attacks on neighboring regions, and commit terrorist acts against civilians.

Foreign organizers of terrorist actions in the North Caucasus region are also attracted by the possibility of establishing control over the Caucasian oil resources, which would allow them to receive significant funds, including for the expansion of terrorist activities.

The situation is unprecedented and dangerous for the entire international community. And the understanding of this comes everywhere. There is not a single State in the world that does not condemn the actions of terrorists. The threat of expanding terrorist activities is more than real. And not only in the North Caucasus.

The object of the study is legal relations related to criminal liability for a terrorist act.

The subject of the study is a terrorist act.

The purpose of this work is to determine the concept and main features of a terrorist act on the basis of a comprehensive analysis of existing legal acts, law enforcement and judicial practice, and scientific literature.

The theoretical basis of the study was scientific works in the field of criminal law.

The normative base of the study is the current Russian legislation with the use of sources of domestic law of the Soviet period, regulating public relations, which constitute the object of the course research.

The methodological basis of the study is a set of methods of scientific knowledge, among which the leading place is occupied by the dialectical method, which justifies the interdependence of all socio-economic processes. The study also uses general scientific methods of cognition, including formal-logical methods (synthesis, induction, deduction, analysis), as well as special legal methods (formal-legal, comparative-legal, historical-legal methods).

Structure of the study. The work consists of an introduction, two chapters divided into four paragraphs, a conclusion, a list of sources used and literature.

  1. "Criminal Code of the Russian Federation" of 13.06.1996 N 63-FZ (ed. of 21.07.2014) (with amendments and additions, introduction. effective from 04.08.2014)/ / "Collection of Legislation of the Russian Federation", 17.06.1996, N 25, Article 2954.
  2. Federal law dated 06.03.2006 No. 35-FZ (as amended on 28.06.2014) "About counteraction to terrorism"// "Collection of legislation of the Russian Federation", 13.03.2006, N 11, article 1146.
  3. Large legal dictionary / Under the editorship of A. Ya. Sukharev, V. E. Krutskikh. – 2nd ed., reprint. and add. Moscow: INFRA-M, 2000. – p. 621.
  4. Dikaev S. U. Terror, terrorism and crimes of a terrorist nature (criminologist. and corners.- legal research). – St. Petersburg: Yurid. tsentr Press, 2012. – 340 p. (p. 29).
  5. Egorov V. S. Criminal liability for crimes against public safety and public order. Moscow: Moscow Psychological and Social Institute; NGO "MODEK", 2000. – 248 p. (p. 8).
  6. Ivliev S. M. Criminal legal means of countering terrorism: Dis. ... cand. the faculty of law. sciences'. – M., 2008. – p. 18. (P. 18).
  7. Kabakovich G. A., Filkov S. M. Problems of national security and arms control. – Moscow: MGIMO(U) Russian Foreign Ministry, 2007. – p. 10. (p. 10).
  8. Kibalnik A. Evaluation of" antiterrorist " novellas of the criminal law / / Criminal Law. – 2006. – No. 5. – p. 49. (p. 49).
  9. Comment on the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation / Ed. by V. M. Lebedev. – Moscow: Yurayt, 2013. – 523 p. (p.283).
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  16. Musaelyan M. F. Qualification of the threat of a terrorist act in judicial practice / / Comment of judicial practice / Under the editorship of K. B. Jaroshenko. Moscow: Yuridicheskaya literatura, 2012. 14. – 260 p. (p. 113).
  17. Terrorism. Legal aspects of counter: regulatory and international legal acts, with commentaries, scientific articles / edited by I. L. Trunov, Yu. P. Gorbunov. Moscow: Eksmo, 2007. – 212 p. (p. 57).
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