9/11 and the Rise of Global Anti-Terrorism Law

How the UN Security Council Rules the World

Arianna Vedaschi (Redaktør) ; Kim Lane Scheppele (Redaktør)

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Analyzes the multilevel interaction in counter-terrorism measures, focusing on the United Nations, and specifically on the Security Council.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction Kim L. Scheppele and Arianna Vedaschi; 1. A proposal for a Kantian definition of terrorism: leading the world requires cosmopolitan ethos Martin Scheinin; 2. The ever-expanding legislative supremacy of the security council in counter-terrorism Fionnuala Ni Aolain; 3. Common template, diverse agendas: the futility (and danger) of legislating for the world Kim L. Scheppele; 4. Citizenship deprivation and cosmopolitanism Clive Walker; 5. The multilevel governance of emergency in counter-terrorism measures: the 'universalization' of the law of exception? Arianna Vedaschi; 6. Moving towards the criminalisation of 'pre-crime' - the UN Security Council's recent legislative action on counter-terrorism Lisa Ginsborg; 7. Secret evidence in civil litigation against the government: the lasting impact of UN security council resolution 1373 on due process in Canada and the UK Graham Hudson and Daniel Alati; 8. The regulation of intelligence cooperation by international law: a compliance-based theorisation Sophie Duroy; 9. Fact and fiction in technology-driven military decision-making: evidence from the us and Israel Shiri Krebs; 10. Removing terrorist content online: the intersection between the international, regional and domestic level Chiara Graziani; Appendix: The UN security council and the rule of law Simon Chesterman.

Om forfatteren

Arianna Vedaschi is Full Professor of Comparative Public Law at Bocconi University in Italy. Her research interests focus on counter-terrorism, emergency measures, human rights. She coordinates the Research Group on Constitutional Responses to Terrorism within the International Association of Constitutional Law and she is the Secretary-General of the Italian Association of Comparative and European Public Law. Kim Lane Scheppele is the Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Sociology and International Affairs in the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University, USA. Scheppele's work focuses on the intersection of constitutional and international law, particularly in constitutional systems under stress.