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Counterterrorism, democracy's challenge, edited by Andrea Bianchi and Alexis Keller ; with the editorial assistance of Steven J. Barela

Label
Counterterrorism, democracy's challenge, edited by Andrea Bianchi and Alexis Keller ; with the editorial assistance of Steven J. Barela
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
resource.governmentPublication
unknown if item is government publication
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Counterterrorism
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
220016273
Responsibility statement
edited by Andrea Bianchi and Alexis Keller ; with the editorial assistance of Steven J. Barela
Series statement
Studies in international law ;, 19
Sub title
democracy's challenge
Summary
"The papers included as chapters in this volume were given at a conference held in Geneva on 19-20 November 2006. The conference, hosted by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies ..."--Acknowledgements
Table Of Contents
Part One: the fight against terrorism in historical perspective -- Countering terrorism: a historical perspective / Adam Roberts -- Constitutionalising emergency powers in modern Europe: the English and the Roman model / Alexis Keller -- Liberal state responses to terrorism and their limits / Paul Wilkinson -- The role of modern states in the decline and demise of terrorism / Audrey Kurth Cronin -- Part two: balancing security concerns and individual freedoms -- Terrorism and human rights paradigms: the United Kingdom after 11 September 2001 / Dominic McGoldrick -- Terror financing, guilt by association and the paradigm of prevention in the "war on terror" / David Cole -- United we stand: national courts reviewing counterterrorism measures / Eyal Benvenisti -- "The last refuge of the tyrant"?: judicial deference to executive actions in time of "terror" / Iain Scobbie -- The abuse of executive powers: what remedies? / Christian J. Tams -- The UN Security Council, counterterrorism and human rights / Ian Johnstone -- Part three: is there a need for new legal paradigms? -- Judicial balancing in times of stress: a comparative constitutional perspective / Michel Rosenfield -- International law, counterterrorism and the quest for checks and balances: why the calling sirens of constitutionalism should be resisted / Andrea Bianchi
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