The European Stance on a New Threat, Changing Laws and Human Rights Implications
Wade, Marianne, Maljevic, Almir (Eds.)
2010, XV, 554 p.
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Provides information on countries for which it is not readily available in English
Offers the reader the ability to compare different reactions and responses to terrorism, thereby enriching the dialogue of researchers in their national contexts
The comparative approach gives a European feel to the book, that is, a feeling for the situation across Europe founded on expert opinions and not just of those countries with the most obviously radical changes
Includes several national and supra-national developments
Focuses on the terrorism debate without the USA as a benchmark
Includes a stance on some of the developments associated with anti-terrorist policies in very different countries with very different legal traditions and social and cultural contexts
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Content Level »Graduate
Keywords »European national and international anti-terrorist law - Terrorist - anti-terrorist secret service action - costs of anti-terrorist legislation - cyber-terrorism - financing terrorism - human rights - illegal extradition - private security - terrorism - victims of terrorism - war/law divide