Police officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: XinhuaPolice officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: Xinhua
Police officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: Xinhua

In defining terrorism, China should heed global practices

Zhou Zunyou says its landmark anti-terrorism law needs further work

Police officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: XinhuaPolice officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: Xinhua
Police officers take part in an anti-terrorism drill in Guangxi. The law is not meant to address an academic issue, but aims to deal with a serious crime. Photo: Xinhua
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