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"This book brings together key thinkers and is a welcome analysis of terrorism challenges. David Spence has succeeded in giving us a timely and thoughtful complement to the terrorism debate", Franco Frattini, EU Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, in the preface

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"This book brings together key thinkers and is a welcome analysis of terrorism challenges. David Spence has succeeded in giving us a timely and thoughtful complement to the terrorism debate", Franco Frattini, EU Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, in the preface

"book-length analyses of how the European Union as an actor is approaching and dealing with terrorism are scarce... a timely publication which cogently documents and critiques the European Union's response to terrorism thus far", Philipp Fluri, Executive Director, DCAF Brussels, in the foreword 

"policy-makers, academics and students of the EU's role in tackling international terrorism will all learn something from this important book". Journal of Common Market Studies

The September 11 attacks in the USA lent huge impetus to efforts to coordinate and expand the EU's counter-terrorism role, bringing about far-reaching cooperation and pushing the EU down the track of further European integration. The chapters in this book explain how and why this has come about and the mechanisms involved. They also critically assess the limits of such integration, the tensions between inter-governmental co-operation and individual human rights, and the implications for international, and especially transatlantic, relations. A selection of key documents rounds out the book with a valuable reference dimension.

CONTENTS : 

Introduction. International Terrorism - the Quest for a Coherent EU Response, by David Spence
Chapter 1. Terrorism and the EU: the Internal-External Dimension of Security, by Magnus Ekengren
Chapter 2. Radicalisation and Recruitment: The EU Response, by Mirjam Dittrich
Chapter 3. Judicial Cooperation in Europe against Terrorism, by Hans Nilsson
Chapter 4. Managing Terrorism: Institutional Capacities and Counter-Terrorism Policy in the EU, by Mark Rhinard, Arjen Boin and Magnus Ekengren
Chapter 5. The EU, Terrorism and Effective Multilateralism, by Kim Eling
Chapter 6. Transatlantic Relations and Terrorism, by Fraser Cameron
Chapter 7. Human Rights, Intelligence Cooperation and EU Counter-Terrorism Strategy, by Florian Geyer
Conclusion: the Continuing Quest for Coherence: Sovereignty, Human Rights and EU Coordination, by David Spence
Annexes - texts of key EU documents

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Informations complémentaires

ISBN 9780955620201
Auteur David Spence
editeur John Harper
Date de publication October 2007
Nombre de pages 268
Description

"This book brings together key thinkers and is a welcome analysis of terrorism challenges. David Spence has succeeded in giving us a timely and thoughtful complement to the terrorism debate", Franco Frattini, EU Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, in the preface

"book-length analyses of how the European Union as an actor is approaching and dealing with terrorism are scarce... a timely publication which cogently documents and critiques the European Union's response to terrorism thus far", Philipp Fluri, Executive Director, DCAF Brussels, in the foreword 

"policy-makers, academics and students of the EU's role in tackling international terrorism will all learn something from this important book". Journal of Common Market Studies

The September 11 attacks in the USA lent huge impetus to efforts to coordinate and expand the EU's counter-terrorism role, bringing about far-reaching cooperation and pushing the EU down the track of further European integration. The chapters in this book explain how and why this has come about and the mechanisms involved. They also critically assess the limits of such integration, the tensions between inter-governmental co-operation and individual human rights, and the implications for international, and especially transatlantic, relations. A selection of key documents rounds out the book with a valuable reference dimension.

CONTENTS : 

Introduction. International Terrorism - the Quest for a Coherent EU Response, by David Spence
Chapter 1. Terrorism and the EU: the Internal-External Dimension of Security, by Magnus Ekengren
Chapter 2. Radicalisation and Recruitment: The EU Response, by Mirjam Dittrich
Chapter 3. Judicial Cooperation in Europe against Terrorism, by Hans Nilsson
Chapter 4. Managing Terrorism: Institutional Capacities and Counter-Terrorism Policy in the EU, by Mark Rhinard, Arjen Boin and Magnus Ekengren
Chapter 5. The EU, Terrorism and Effective Multilateralism, by Kim Eling
Chapter 6. Transatlantic Relations and Terrorism, by Fraser Cameron
Chapter 7. Human Rights, Intelligence Cooperation and EU Counter-Terrorism Strategy, by Florian Geyer
Conclusion: the Continuing Quest for Coherence: Sovereignty, Human Rights and EU Coordination, by David Spence
Annexes - texts of key EU documents

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