Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism : a transatlantic dialogue / edited by C. Fijnaut, J. Wouters, and F. Naert.

Leiden ; Boston : M. Nijhoff, 2004.
xliv, 744 p. ; 25 cm.


Summary note
Papers from the conference held at the European Parliament in Brussels on 7-8 May 2002.
Papers from a conference held at the European Parliament in Brussels on 7-8 May 2002.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Action note
Committed to retain in perpetuity — ReCAP Shared Collection (HUL)
  • The attacks on 11 September 2001, and the immediate response of the European Union and the United States / C. Fijnaut
  • International judicial cooperation and counterterrorism in the US / B. Zagaris
  • Police and judicial cooperation in the European Union and counterterrorism: an overview / J. Wouters and F. Naert
  • Countering the threat of terrorism in the EU in a broader organised crime perspective / W. Bruggeman
  • EU police cooperation in the fight against international terrorism / W.G. Aldershoff
  • Eurojust and EU judicial cooperation in the fight against terrorism / M. Coninsx
  • International financial counterterrorism initiatives / W. Gilmore
  • Financial counterterrorism initiatives in Europe / M. Kilchling
  • Respecting human rights in the fight against terrorism / P. Lemmens
  • International human rights and the United States response to 11 September / D. Cassell
  • Bull's-eye? Two remarkable EU framework decisions in the fight against terrorism / F. Verbruggen
  • General human rights principles relevant to US-EU counterterrorism cooperation / I. Cameron
  • Emergency powers and human rights: the UK experience / C. Warbrick
  • Shockwaves through international law after 11 September: finding the right responses to the challenges of international terrorism / J. Wouters and F. Naert
  • Al-Qaida, military commissions, and American self-defence / R. Wedgwood
  • Reviewing the UN conventions on terrorism: towards a comprehensive terrorism convention / A.R. Perera
  • The role and attitude of the EU regarding a comprehensive terrorism convention / P. Rietjens
  • Security Council Resolution 1373 and the Counter-terrorism Committee: the cornerstone of the United Nations contribution to the fight against terrorism / E. Rosand
  • Debating the 'smartness' of anti-terrorism sanctions: the UN Security Council and the individual citizen / R. Wessel.
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