|1.||Fijnaut, Cyrille (ed.) : Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism, 2004|
BIBLIOGRAPHIC LEVEL: monograph
Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism : a transatlantic dialogue / Fijnaut, Cyrille (ed.) ; Wouters, Jan ; Naert, Frederik - (~), xliv, 744 p.. - Leiden : Martinus Nijhoff publ., 2004.
ABSTRACT: CONTENTS:. Part I. The Immediate American and European Response to 11 September.. The Attacks on 11 September 2001, and the Immediate Response of the European Union and the United States, by C. Fijnaut. Part II. Police and Judicial Cooperation:. 1. International Judicial Cooperation and Counterterrorism in the US, by B. Zagaris. 2. Police and Judicial Cooperation in the European Union and Counterterrorism: an Overview, by J. Wouters and F. Naert. 3. Countering the Threat of Terrorism in the EU in a Broader Organised Crime Perspective, by W. Bruggeman. 4. EU Police Cooperation in the Fight against International Terrorism, by W.G. Aldershoff. 5. Eurojust and EU Judicial Cooperation in the Fight against Terrorism, by M. Coninsx. Part III. Financial Counterterrorism Initiatives:. 1. International Financial Counterterrorism Initiatives, by W. Gilmore. 2. Financial Counterterrorism Initiatives in Europe, by M. Kilchling. Part IV. Human Rights, Democracy and Rule of Law:. 1. Respecting Human Rights in the Fight against Terrorism, by P. Lemmens. 2. International Human Rights and the United States Response to 11 September, by D. Cassel. 3. Bull’s-eye? Two Remarkable EU Framework Decisions in the Fight against Terrorism, by F. Verbruggen. 4. General Human Rights Principles Relevant to US-EU Counterterrorism Cooperation, by I. Cameron. 5. Emergency Powers and Human Rights: the UK Experience, by C. Warbrick. Part V. International Law Aspects:. 1. Shockwaves through International Law after 11 September: Finding the Right Responses to the Challenges of International Terrorism, by J. Wouters and F. Naert. 2. Al-Qaida, Military Commissions, and American Self-Defence, by R. Wedgwood. 3. Reviewing the UN Conventions on Terrorism: Towards a Comprehensive Terrorism Convention, by A.R. Perera. 4. The Role and Attitude of the EU Regarding a Comprehensive Terrorism Convention, by P. Rietjens. 5. Security Council Resolution 1373 and the Counter-Terrorism Committee: the Cornerstone of the United Nations Contribution to the Fight against Terrorism, by E. Rosand. 6. Debating the ‘Smartness’ of Anti-Terrorism Sanctions: The UN Security Council and the Individual Citizen, by R. Wessel. Concluding Remarks, by J. Nicholson. Epilogue – Deepening the Transatlantic Dialogue, by J. Wouters, F. Naert and C. Fijnaut;
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