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This book examines the rapidly emerging area of EU law and policy which deal with counter-terrorism, addressing the issues from both from a theoretical and practical perspective.
The book will be the first comprehensive exposition of EU anti-terrorism law, and will bring together law and policy dealing with terrorism from across the three distinct EU pillars, as well as covering the legal framework for the external relations of the EU in counter-terrorism.
In highlighting this legally highly problematic policy area which is currently under construction by the EU, the book will bring greater clarity and critical analysis to the legal framework currently in force. In addition to considering the current legal circumstances Maria Lee goes on to highlight potential problems which might occur in the future and suggests possible routes for future development.