Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/terrorism

Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory and Practice
Terrorism and counterterrorism are two distinct but related fields with strong intersection of criminal and civil law. This course focuses on the legal framework that governs both terrorism and counterterrorism and considers the challenges faced by the various authorities in the fight against terrorism. The course starts by assessing the state of the art in terrorism investigations, culminating in the development of post 9/11 counterterrorism strategies. The course will examine the use of evidence in terrorism cases and the standards to apply in conducting an investigation. It will examine the different types of witness, including government witnesses, suspects, and innocent third parties, and the standard of admissibility of evidence. It will examine the different stages of the legal process, including the different phases of the legal process including the discovery of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. The course will examine different stages of the discovery process, including the different phases of the legal process including the discovery of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence. The course will also touch upon different aspects of the adversarial dynamic including cross-examination, cross-deposition, cross-examination with the witness, and cross-examination with the defendant. The course will focus on the discovery phase of the case when the defendant may use evidence against the state to try to get the evidence admitted. The course will also touch upon different aspects of the defense, including cross-examination, cross-deposition, cross-examination with the defendant, and cross-examination with the defense. The course will touch upon the admissibility of evidence, the production of exculpatory evidence, and the admissibility of evidence during trial.The Art of the Evidence
The 3 Stages of Discovery
Cross-Examination
Cross-Examination With the Defendant
Tricky English Grammar
This is Part 2 of the specialization. In this course, you will learn grammar rules for tricky grammar, including some general rules that you should know, such as
1. Using too much or too little of a specific word or phrase
2. Abbreviating or stating something very clearly
3. Making out or hiding a mathematical or grammatical fact
4. Using too much or too little of a specific accent or dialect
5. Using too much or too little of a specific language or cultural background

These rules will help you to recognize tricky grammar in your everyday speech, as well as in the classroom. In particular, you’ll learn about two new types of tricky grammar, common everyday words and phrases, and the new difficult words and expressions that are fun to write. You’ll also learn about some new grammar rules for special topics, such as music, books, and cooking.Tricky Words and Phrases
Keeping it Simple: Conjunctions, Tuning Words, and Verbs
More Tricky Words

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/terrorism