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Published: 19 January 2012

1,230 Pages


ISBN: 9780199608928

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International Law and Practice

Edited by Ana María Salinas de Frías, Katja Samuel, and Nigel White

  • Comprehensive analysis of the rule of law framework applicable to counter-terrorism responses (international human rights, humanitarian, criminal, and refugee/asylum law), including its strengths, lacunae, pressure points, and interrelationship between its legal principles
  • Examines the tensions between the security imperative and complying with the rule of law that underpin governmental and institutional policies and practices
  • Truly multinational, multidisciplinary coverage drawing upon global expertise from those with legal practitioner, judicial, policy-making, military, policing, civil society, academic and institutional experience
  • Makes many recommendations and identifies examples of best practice aimed at strengthening the current rule of law framework