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Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism

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Edited by: Ben Saul

ISBN13: 9781783476305
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2014)
Price: £45.00
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780857938800



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This Handbook brings together leading scholars and practitioners to examine the prolific body of international laws governing terrorism.

It exhaustively covers the global response to terrorism in transnational criminal law, the international law on the use of force, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, the law of State responsibility, the United Nations Security Council, General Assembly, UN specialised bodies, and regional organisations.

It also addresses special legal issues in dealing with terrorism such as gender, religion, victims of terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, and customary law.

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Subjects:
Public International Law
Contents:
Foreword Georges Abi-Saab Preface Ben Saul

PART I: NORMATIVE FRAMEWORKS
1. The Definition(s) of Terrorism in International Law Marcello Di Filippo
2. Terrorism and Customary International Law Kai Ambos and Anina Timmermann
3. Terrorism and the International Law of State Responsibility Kimberley Trapp
4. Aviation and International Terrorism Juliet Atwell
5. Maritime Terrorism in International Law Efthymios Papastavridis
6. Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Terrorism in International Law David Fidler
7. The International Law on Terrorist Financing Ilias Bantekas
8. The International Law on Terrorist Bombings Samuel Witten
9. The Draft United Nations Comprehensive International Terrorism Convention Amrith Rohan Perera
10. Gender, Counter-Terrorism and International Law Jayne Huckerby
11. Islam, Terrorism, and International Law Javaid Rehman

PART II: TERRORISM AND CONFLICT
12. Terrorism and the International Law on the Use of Force Michael Wood
13. Terrorism and International Humanitarian Law Ben Saul
14. Terrorism and the International Law of Occupation David Kretzmer
15. Terrorism and Targeted Killings in International Law Emily Crawford
16. Terrorism and Military Trials Detlev Vagts
17. Terrorism, War Crimes and the International Criminal Court Roberta Arnold
18. Terrorism and Self-Determination Elizabeth Chadwick
19. Humanitarian Action, Development, and Terrorism Andrej Zwitter

PART III: TERRORISM AND HUMAN RIGHTS
20. International Human Rights Law and Terrorism: An Overview Helen Duffy
21. Extraordinary Rendition, Counter-Terrorism, and International Law Silvia Borelli
22. Torture, Counter-Terrorism, and International Law Ben Saul and Mary Flanagan
23. Counter-Terrorism Detention and International Human Rights Law Fiona de Londras
24. Terrorism Prosecutions and the Right to a Fair Trial Clive Walker
25. Terrorism and Freedom of Expression in International Law Yael Ronen
26. Terrorism, Surveillance and Privacy Simon Chesterman
27. Terrorism and International Refugee Law Geoff Gilbert
28. Terrorism and Migration Law Elspeth Guild
29. Special Measures: Terrorism and Control Orders Andrew Lynch
30. Judicial Supervision of Counter-Terrorism Laws in Comparative Democracies Craig Forcese
31. Victims' Redress Amidst Terrorism's Changing Tactics and Strategies Ilaria Bottigliero and Lyal S Sunga

PART IV: TERRORISM AND THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM
32. The United Nations General Assembly and Terrorism Jane Boulden
33. The Role of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force and the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre Marc Porret
34. The Role of the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime's Terrorism Prevention Branch Marta Requena Huertas
35. The United Nations Security Council's Counter-Terrorism Sanctions Regime: Resolution 1267 and the 1267 Committee Lisa Ginsborg
36. A Critical Assessment of the Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1373 Luis Miguel Hinojosa Martinez
37. The United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon: Prosecuting Terrorism Guenael Mettraux
38. Challenges in United Nations Counter-Terrorism Coordination James Cockayne

PART V: TERRORISM AND REGIONAL ORGANISATIONS
39. The Legal Response to Terrorism of the European Union and Council of Europe Cian Murphy
40. The Role of the Organisation of American States in Combating Terrorism Mirko Sossai
41. The Legal Response to Terrorism of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation Katja Samuel
42. Counter-Terrorism and Pan-Africanism: From Non-action to Non-indifference Martin A. Ewi and Anton Du Plessis
43. Regional Legal Responses to Terrorism in Asia and the Pacific Rohan Gunaratna and Gloria Cheung

Index