Transnational Repression and Extrajudicial Killings

Over the past decade, there have been various highly publicized instances of governments intimidating, silencing, and even killing individuals who express dissent toward their regime. Transnational repression refers to these governments' use of threats, intimidation, and violence to prevent dissent in other countries, and extrajudicial killings refers to the execution of someone without due legal process. Both are commonly considered human rights violations, and both pose a serious threat to free expression and speech. But the question of how to prevent and detect instances of transnational repression and extrajudicial killing is a challenging one, along with its legal status in the international community. This volume looks at these issues from a wide range of perspectives to help readers understand what transnational repression and extrajudicial killings are and potential solutions to stop them.

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Reading Level: 10-12+

Interest Level: 9-12+

Product type: Library Bound Book
ISBN: 978-1-5345-0980-1
Copyright: 2025
Language: English

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