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An express inclusion could be useful to avoid doubts or discrepancies at national level and to solve some outstanding issues of the international community's criminal policy.
Addressing, and possibly defeating, terrorism needs a comprehensive strategy.
All those factors, strictly interlinked with the gradual decrease in importance of the juxtaposition between the fight against terrorism and the pursuit of international values of a different nature (such as self-determination of peoples4), have prepared for the maturing of a different sensitivity amongst the international community, the terms of which deserve a thorough examination.
In this context, elements of international practice will be weighed according to the historical context which produced or accompanied them, in order to verify the feasibility of the construction of a notion of terrorism shared by the international community.
Moreover, those treaties are usually wide enough to include any crime covered by the offences described, regardless of whether they are inspired by terrorist or political purposes.
Thirdly, the ratification record of the various treaties is quite fragmented, thus causing many loopholes.
Given this background, in the absence of a comprehensive strategy, for a long time the interest of the international community in defining mechanisms of co-operation aimed at improving the repression of terrorism generated nothing but selective and random interventions (the so-called piecemeal approach).