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#21 Terrorismus: Reine Definitionssache?


Der 11. September 2001 hat sich im vergangenen Monat zum 21. Mal gejährt. Damit ist auch der „War on Terror“ nun gut 20 Jahre alt. Katharina Koch beschreibt im Grundlagenteil, wie die chinesische Regierung in der autonomen Region Xinjiang den Begriff des „Terrorismus“ verwendet, um die uigurische und andere muslimischen Minderheiten zu unterdrücken. Erik Tuchtfeld spricht mit Nahed Samour über den Begriff des „Gefährders“, wer eigentlich die Kosten bei der vielzitierten Abwägung von Sicherheit und Freiheit tragen muss und inwiefern intersektionale Ansätze helfen können, Diskriminierungen zu erkennen.

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Moderation: Erik Tuchtfeld & Sophie Schuberth
Grundlagen: Katharina Koch
Interview: Dr. Nahed Samour, M.A. & Erik Tuchtfeld
Schnitt: Daniela Rau



Erik Tuchtfeld

Erik Tuchtfeld is a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law (Heidelberg) and head of the humanet3 research group. He is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Sophie Schuberth

Sophie Schuberth is a research fellow and PhD-candidate at Freie Universität Berlin, working in the Berlin Potsdam Research Group ‘The International Rule of Law- Rise or Decline?’. She is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Katharina Koch

Katharina studies international relations and law at the University of Erfurt. Currently she is writing her bachelor thesis in international law. She is an intern at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Isabel Lischewski

Dr. Isabel Lischewski is a Post-Doctoral Research Assistant with Prof. Dr. Nora Markard at WWU Münster. Her research interests lie in global governance, critical theory, and access to justice. She is an editor-in-chief at Völkerrechtsblog.

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Philipp Eschenhagen

Philipp Eschenhagen is a research associate at Bucerius Law School and a PhD candidate at the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law. He is an editor at Völkerrechtsblog.

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