Post 9/11 and the State of Permanent Legal Emergency

Security and Human Rights in Countering Terrorism

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4061-7 (Print) 978-94-007-4062-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-11

    Introduction: Security, Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Countering Terrorism in the Post 9/11 Era

  3. STATE POWER AND LEGAL RESPONSES FROM AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 13-13

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      Pages 15-51

      The State Power and the Limits of the Principle of Sovereignty: An Historical Approach

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      Pages 53-75

      Legal Concepts of Terrorism as Political Crime and International Criminal Law in Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Europe

  4. DEFINING TERRORISM

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 77-77

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      Pages 79-100

      Civilising the Exception: Universally Defining Terrorism

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      Pages 101-117

      Terrorism: Limits Between Crime and War. The Fallacy of the Slogan ‘War on Terror’

  5. KEEPING COUNTER-TERRORISM WITHIN THE CRIMINAL LAW JUSTICE?

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 119-119

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      Pages 121-152

      The Impact of Contemporary Security Agendas Against Terrorism on the Substantive Criminal Law

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      Pages 153-177

      The War on Terror and Crusading Judges: Re-establishing the Primacy of the Criminal Justice System

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      Pages 179-200

      Secret Evidence and Its Alternatives

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      Pages 201-222

      Evolution of British Law on Terrorism: From Ulster to Global Terrorism (1970–2010)

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      Pages 223-239

      Australian Responses to 9/11: New World Legal Hybrids?

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      Pages 241-257

      Democratic States’ Response to Terrorism: A Comparative Reflection on the Perceived Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights and Civil Liberties

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      Pages 259-284

      The U.S. Response to Cuban and Puerto Rican Right-Wing Terrorism in the Pre and Post 9/11 Era

  6. COUNTER-TERRORISM FROM AN INTERNATIONAL-LAW PERSPECTIVE

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 285-285

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      Pages 287-314

      Permanent Legal Emergencies and the Derogation Clause in International Human Rights Treaties: A Contradiction?

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      Pages 315-343

      National Self-Defence in the Age of Terrorism: Immediacy and State Attribution

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 345-348