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Vol 24 No 9 Sept/Oct 2019

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International Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism (Hardback + e-book)

Edited by: Eran Shor, Stephen Hoadley

ISBN13: 9789811041822
To be Published: January 2020
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Singapore
Format: Hardback + e-book
Price: £560.72

This book provides theoretical and practical guidance to those interested in understanding the dilemmas found at the heart of counter-terror decision-making. It addresses fundamental questions such as: should terror organizations be engaged in the human rights discussion? How can we counter extremist ideology? What is the role social media plays in terrorism?The book compares the practices of different countries to determine if a cohesive approach to counter-terrorism can be achieved. It not only analyses different aspects of terrorism and counter-terrorism (ideology, recruitment, financing, education, support etc) but also explores the roles of the relevant players (courts, security forces, the press, public opinion, inter-governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations etc) and their influence on the measures taken to fight terrorism on the one hand, and safeguarding basic human rights on the other.

Human Rights and Civil Liberties
Chapter 1: Issues and Overview of Terrorism and Human Rights
Chapter 2: The Nature and Statistics of Terrorism and its Violations of Citizens' and Victims' Human Rights
Chapter 3: Human Rights Retained by Alleged Terrorists
Chapter 4: Counter-Terrorism Resolutions and Listing of Terrorists and Their Organizations by the United Nations
Chapter 5: Declarations by the UN Commissioner On Human Rights and Other Authorities On the Civil Liberties Limits to Counter-Terrorism Actions
Chapter 6: Counter-Terrorism Resolutions and Initiatives by Regional Institutions
Chapter 7: Derogation of Civil Liberties
Chapter 8: Surveillance Versus Privacy
Chapter 9: Detention
Chapter 10: Torture
Chapter 11: United States
Chapter 12: United Kingdom
Chapter 13: France
Chapter 14: Germany
Chapter 15: Russia
Chapter 16: China
Chapter 17: India
Chapter 18: Israel
Chapter 19: Saudi Arabia
Chapter 20: US District Courts and US Supreme Court Judgements
Chapter 21: The European Court of Human Rights
Chapter 22: The Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Chapter 23: The African Court on Human and People's Rights
Chapter 24: Human Rights NGOs
Chapter 25: Human Rights Policy Research Institutes
Chapter 26: Human Rights Academic Study Centres
Chapter 27: Human Rights Blogs and Individual Champions
Chapter 28: An Agenda for Protecting Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism Policies and Operations