Caribbean Countries Take Counterterrorism Measures

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Saturday, December 1, 2001
Author: 
Bruce Zagaris
Volume: 
17
Issue: 
12
518
Abstract: 
International organizations and national governments continue to take new counterterrorism measures in the aftermath of responding to the September 11, 2001 bombing incidents in the United States. Examples include measures taken by some East Caribbean jurisdictions to terminate or suspend economic nationality programs. Another example is the enactment of legislation prohibiting dealing with assets of bin Laden, Al Qaeda, Taliban, other terrorist and other associations. The article discuses the suspension by Grenada of its economic nationality law and the Antigua and Barbuda counterterrorism legislation.