By Ana Maria Salinas De Frias, Katja Samuel, Nigel White
The reaction of governments to terrorism is among the such a lot debatable problems with the twenty-first century. Balancing the need to accomplish safeguard with the safeguarding of human rights has proved to be hugely contentious.
This e-book analyzes the foreign rule of legislations framework within which counter-terrorism responses happen, specifically these of foreign human rights, humanitarian, legal, and refugee legislations. It makes a speciality of the most urgent, rising and/or under-researched matters and tensions, together with: the coverage offerings linked to assembly defense imperatives; the tensions among the felony justice method of counter-terrorism and the army strategy; the id of lacunae inside of present criminal frameworks; and tensions among government, judicial, and legislative responses.
It addresses a variety of concerns, resembling: an research of key felony ideas; emergency and government measures; radicalization; governmental impunity; category, management and remedy of battlefield detainees; extrajudicial and precise killings; kinds of, and remedy in, detention; non-refoulement; diplomatic assurances; interrogation as opposed to torture; impressive rendition; discrimination; reparations for sufferers of terrorist assaults and defense responses; (mis)use of army and immigration tribunals; judicial and institutional built and rising rule of legislations norms on terrorism; non-judicial oversight by way of democratic responsibility; importance of rule of legislations rules to non-legal counter-terrorist coverage; and the id and research of most sensible practices.
Drawing jointly a magnificent spectrum of felony and non-legal, nationwide and institutional, practitioner, coverage and educational services, this e-book is an unmissable reference paintings on all points of counter-terrorism coverage.