2 edition of Legal Instruments in the Fight Against International Terrorism found in the catalog.
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Cyrille Fijnaut (Editor), Jan Wouters (Editor), Frederik Naert (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||744|
PORCELLUZZI, MICHELE: TERRORISM UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW: DEFINITION AND ACTION AGAINST IT. IN: HISTORIA ET THEORIA IURIS, VOL. 4, , NO. 2, P. 38 The definition of international terrorism is one of the most controversial issues of international law. This article tries to describe the main definitions of terrorism under international lawAuthor: Michele Maria Porcelluzzi. Notwithstanding the absence of a globally agreed, legal definition of terrorism, an effective and prevention-focused international response to terrorism is highly desirable, particularly one guided by a normative legal framework and embedded in the core principles of the rule of law, due process and respect for human rights.
This volume opens with an analysis of the role of the United Nations in the fight against terrorism that encompasses the activities of the various organs of the U.N. and the main legal questions arisen in that framework. The second part of this volume . The Role Of International Law In The Fight Against Aerial Terrorism, , , , Foreign and International law, Aviation has grown over the years into a huge industry that is an indivisible part of todays economy and a toll of international trade and social transport is intrisically linked to peace and is removed from its antithesis Terrorism Pages:
Combating terrorism. The Council of Europe’s main international legal instrument in the counter-terrorism field is the Warsaw Convention on the Prevention of The book presents a careful analysis of this body of case law and the general principles applicable to the fight against terrorism resulting from each particular case. of international legal structures that would make international law a more effective weapon against terrorism. This conference, sponsored by the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See, sought to respond to the Pope’s call to “develop multilateral legal instruments capable of monitoring, counteracting, and preventing this heinous crime.” The goal.
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This book finds its origins in a transatlantic colloquium held in the European Parliament in Brussels in May After an introductory overview of the US and European responses to 9/11 it addresses the main legal aspects of the fight against international terrorism, namely police and judicial cooperation (including mutual legal assistance, extradition and the role of entities like Europol and Eurojust).
After an introductory overview of the US and European responses to 9/11 it addresses the main legal aspects of the fight against international terrorism, namely police and judicial cooperation (including mutual legal assistance, extradition and the role of entities like Europol and Eurojust), financial initiatives (e.g.
by the UN Security Council, the FATF and the EU), human rights and rule of law. TY - BOOK. T1 - Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism; a transatlantic dialogue. AU - Fijnaut, C.J.C.F. AU - Wouters, J. AU - Naert, F. N1 - Pagination: PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - X.
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Wessel Concluding Remarks /. Nicholson Epilogue - Deepening the Transatlantic Dialogue J. Wouters, F. Naert and C. Fijnaut Index of Authorities Index Request PDF | On Jan 1,C. Fijnaut and others published Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism; a transatlantic dialogue | Find, read and cite all the.
| → Teresa Marcos Martín. Legal Instruments and Specific Actions in the EU’s Fight against Terrorism. Introduction. Terrorism is one of the key global challenges and one of.
International Instruments related to the Prevention and Suppression of knowledge of the legal instruments to be used for intensifying the fight against the scourge of terrorism.
Ba n Ki-moon. xi the prevention and suppression of international a result of. terrorism today - or, indeed, about its applicability to the fight against terrorism.
International law - the rules of the Charter of the United Nations, international humanitarian law, refugee law and human rights law - if correctly applied is one of. Criminalizes the act of using civil aircraft to discharge biological, chemical and nuclear (BCN) weapons or similar substances to cause death, injury or damage, or the act of using such substances.
Legal instruments in the fight against international terrorism: a transatlantic dialogue. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Book Author(s) Fijnaut, Cyrille, Wouters, Jan, Naert, Frederik Date Publisher Nijhoff Pub place Boston, Leiden ISBN X ISBN These instruments essentially complement international legal instruments adopted under the auspices of the United Nations, aimed at contributing to the universal fight against terrorism as an.
1 International law has been grappling with the definition of terrorism ever since it first started to deal with the issue. The need of a definition seems obvious. If the goal is to create international legal obligations to fight ‘something’, this ‘something’ needs to be defined.
Fijnaunt, J. Wouters and F. Naert (eds.), Legal Instruments in the Fight against International Terrorism: A Transatlantic Dialogue. in Nordic Journal of International Law.
Respect for human rights and the rule of law must be the bedrock of the global fight against terrorism. This requires the development of national counter-terrorism strategies that seek to prevent acts of terrorism, prosecute those responsible for such criminal acts, and promote and protect human rights and the rule of law.
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As part of the international fight against terrorism, the German army, the Bundeswehr, operated in Afghanistan (the Special Forces Command – Kommando Spezial-kräfte).
Another soldiers are deployed at the Horn of Africa. In the future, the number of such international missions will probably rise. The fight against terrorism is. " Professor Michael Reisman, Yale Law School & former President, Inter-American Commission of Human Rights "This book should be read by everyone who is interested to know more about the narrow borderline separating legally acceptable from unacceptable measures in the fight against international terrorism." Professor Eckart Klein, University of Cited by: 3.
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Following the attacks of 11 September, a major question that has arisen within the international community is the efﬁ ciency of the existing anti-terrorism legal regime.
Notwithstanding the enactment, since the s, of a series of conventions2 aimed at addressing this crime, these have proven to be less effective than by: 1.of the European Union’s multifaceted ﬁght against terrorism.
These include the exchange of information between police and intelligence agencies, the 2See: Cyrile Fijnaut, Jan Wouters and Frederick Naert (eds.), Legal Instruments in the Fight against International Terrorism: A Transatlantic Dialogue (Leiden: Nijhoff ); Dieter.terrorism.
This will permit an examination of whether a successful fight against terrorism and punishment of terrorism is possible under the existing ICL, or whether there is a need for a discrete crime of terrorism under International Law to label conduct as terrorism.