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The Impact Legitimacy And Effectiveness Of Eu Counter Terrorism

Author: Fiona de Londras
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317524640
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Counter-terrorism law and policy has been prominent and widespread in the years following 9/11, touching on many areas of everyday life from policing and border control to financial transactions and internet governance. The European Union is a major actor in contemporary counter-terrorism, including through its development of counter-terrorism laws for application within the Union. This book undertakes a multi-disciplinary and empirically informed analysis of the impact, legitimacy and effectiveness of EU counter-terrorism. Taking into account legal, societal, operational and democratic perspectives, this collection connects theoretical and practical perspectives to produce an interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder study of how we might measure and understand the impact, legitimacy and effectiveness of EU counter-terrorism. Bringing together a select group of experts in the field, particular emphasis is placed on understanding the practical experience of implementing and assessing these measures gathered from and with end users, including law-makers, policy-makers, security services, industry partners and civil society. This edited collection will be of great relevance to scholars and policy makers with an interest in counter-terrorism law, EU law and security studies.

Digital Privacy Terrorism And Law Enforcement

Author: Simon Hale-Ross
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 135111896X
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This book examines the UK’s response to terrorist communication. Its principle question asks, has individual privacy and collective security been successfully managed and balanced? The author begins by assessing several technologically-based problems facing British law enforcement agencies, including use of the Internet; the existence of ‘darknet’; untraceable Internet telephone calls and messages; smart encrypted device direct messaging applications; and commercially available encryption software. These problems are then related to the traceability and typecasting of potential terrorists, showing that law enforcement agencies are searching for needles in the ever-expanding haystacks. To this end, the book examines the bulk powers of digital surveillance introduced by the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. The book then moves on to assess whether these new powers and the new legislative safeguards introduced are compatible with international human rights standards. The author creates a ‘digital rights criterion’ from which to challenge the bulk surveillance powers against human rights norms. Lord Carlile of Berriew CBE QC in recommending this book notes this particular legal advancement, commenting that rightly so the author concludes the UK has fairly balanced individual privacy with collective security. The book further analyses the potential impact on intelligence exchange between the EU and the UK, following Brexit. Using the US as a case study, the book shows that UK laws must remain within the ambit of EU law and the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU's) jurisprudence, to maintain the effectiveness of the exchange. It addresses the topics with regard to terrorism and counterterrorism methods and will be of interest to researchers, academics, professionals, and students researching counterterrorism and digital electronic communications, international human rights, data protection, and international intelligence exchange.

Anti Terrorism Law And Foreign Terrorist Fighters

Author: Jessie Blackbourn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351605437
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Jessie Blackbourn is a research fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford, UK. Deniz Kayis is currently the Associate for Chief Justice Allsop AO of the Federal Court of Australia. Nicola McGarrity is a senior lecturer and the Director of the Terrorism Law Reform Project at the University of New South Wales, Australia.

Domestic Counter Terrorism In A Global World

Author: Daniel Alati
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134850387
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Although both Canada and the United Kingdom had experienced terrorism prior to the attacks of 9/11 and already had in place extensive provisions to deal with terrorism, the events of that day led to the enactment of new and expansive counter-terrorism legislation being enacted in both jurisdictions. This book explores these changes to counter-terrorism laws and policies in the United Kingdom and Canada in order to demonstrate that despite the force of international legal instruments, including the heavily scrutinized UN Security Council Resolution 1373, the evolution of counter-terrorism policies in different jurisdictions is best analysed and understood as a product of local institutional structures and cultures. The book compares legal and political structures and cultures within Canada and the United Kingdom. It analyses variations in the evolution of post-9/11 counter-terrorism measures in the two jurisdictions and explores the domestic reasons for them. While focus is primarily geared towards security certificates and bail with recognizance/investigative hearings in Canada, and detention without trial, control orders and TPIMs in the United Kingdom , the use of secret evidence in the wider national security context (terrorist listing, civil litigation, criminal prosecutions, etc.) is also discussed. The book reveals how domestic structures and cultures, including the legal system, the relative stability of government, local human rights culture and geopolitical relationships all influence how counter-terrorism measures evolve. In this sense, the book utilizes a methodology that is both comparative and interdisciplinary by engaging in legal, political, historical and cultural analyses. This book will be particularly useful for target audiences in the fields of comparative law and criminal justice, counter-terrorism law, human rights law and international relations and politics.

The Eu And Counter Terrorism

Author: Javier Argomaniz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135169497
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This book offers a theoretically informed analysis of how coherently the European Union fights terrorism in the post-9/11 era.

Counter Terrorism

Author: B. Spalek
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137009527
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Efforts to counter terrorism are drawing increasingly on community-based initiatives and a partnership between police officers and members of specific social groups. This book analyses the potential of these initiatives and the role played by factors such as community engagement, gender and religion, and the tensions that these create.

Die Verfassung Moderner Strafrechtspflege

Author: Klaus Tiedemann
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
ISBN: 9783848733699
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Eine moderne, rechtsprinzipiell arbeitende Strafrechtswissenschaft, die das Verfassungsrecht als zentrales Fundament der Strafrechtspflege versteht, sieht sich mit zwei zentralen Herausforderungen konfrontiert: Strafrechtspflege wird zusehends jenseits von Nationalstaaten politisch gestaltet und praktisch betrieben. Zudem neigt moderne Strafrechtspflege dazu, einem funktionalen und dabei an regulativen Aspekten sowie Sicherheitsinteressen orientierten neuen Strafrechtsdenken Bahn zu brechen. Beides erfordert eine methodische Reflexion der Strafrechtswissenschaften: Wie soll die deutsche Strafrechtsdogmatik darauf reagieren? Wie soll sie sich gegenuber der Kriminalpolitik positionieren und gegenuber dem nationalen wie auch europaischen Verfassungsrecht offnen? Diese Fragestellungen erortert dieser Sammelband, der Beitrage der Gedenkveranstaltung fur Joachim Vogel (1963 - 2013) am 15.10.2014 und der anschliessenden internationalen Tagung am 16. und 17.10.2014 enthalt. Mit Beitragen von: RiLG Prof. Dr. Kai Ambos, Kai, RiLG, Prof. Dr. Werner Beulke, Prof. Dr. Martin Bose, Dr. Dominik Brodowski, LL.M. (UPenn), Prof. Dr. Christoph Burchard, LL.M. (NYU), Prof. Dr. Miriam Cugat Mauri, Prof. Dr. Massimo Donini, Prof. Dr. Jorg Eisele, Prof. Dr. Luigi Foffani, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Juan-Luis Gomez Colomer, Prof. Dr. Hector Hernandez Basualto, Prof. Dr. Tatjana Hornle, M.A. (Rutgers), Prof. Dr. Matthias Jahn, RiOLG, Prof. Dr. Ralf Kolbel, Dr. Matthias Korte, MinDirig, Prof. Dr. Claus Kress, Prof. Dr. William S. Laufer, Prof. Dr. Stefano Manacorda, Prof. Dr. Vittorio Manes, Prof. Dr. Adan Nieto Martin, Armin Nack, Dr. Ali B. Norouzi, Prof. Dr. Walter Perron, Prof. Dr. Helmut Satzger, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Bernd Schunemann, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Ulrich Sieber, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Jesus-Maria Silva Sanchez, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Klaus Tiedemann, Prof. Dr. Gert Vermeulen


Author: Jeremy Scahill
Publisher: Antje Kunstmann
ISBN: 3888978548
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Kaum jemand hatte von der Firma Blackwater gehört, als am 16. September 2007 im Irak 17 Zivilisten erschossen wurden – von einem Söldnertrupp. Schnell stellte sich heraus, dass sie zu einer Art Privatarmee gehörten, die im Irak und anderswo für die USA Krieg führt, unbemerkt von der Öffentlichkeit und immun gegen Strafverfolgung. Blackwater: die mächtigste militärische Dienst­leis­tungsfirma der Welt. Ihr Gründer Erik Prince, Multimillionär und christlicher Fundamentalist, hat beste Kontakte zur Regierung. Und erkennt nach dem 11. September 2001, wie viel Geld sich mit dem »Outsourcing« militärischer Leistungen verdienen lässt: Bushs »Krieg gegen den Terror« ist die Steilvorlage für den kometenhaften Aufstieg der Firma. Blackwaters Elitesoldaten schützen US-Politiker und Geschäftsleute im Irak – gegen ein Gehalt, von dem GIs nur träumen können. Blackwater kann bei Bedarf Truppen und eine Flugzeugflotte zur Verfügung stellen, groß genug, Regierungen zu stürzen. Blackwaters Söldner bewachen Öl-Pipelines, seine »Sicherheitskräfte« patrouillierten nach Katrina in den Straßen von New Orleans. Doch erst jetzt fällt dem US-Kongress auf, dass die martialischen Rambos keinerlei parlamentarischer Kontrolle, keiner Gerichtsbarkeit unterliegen. Mit seiner glänzend recherchierten Geschichte der Firma Blackwater zeigt Jeremy Scahill überzeugend auf, welche Gefahren der Demokratie drohen, wenn die Regierung ihr Gewaltmonopol privatisiert.