Surveying German Security Jurisprudence, in Dealing with Terrorism (Marc Engelhart & Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička eds., 2019)
In Dealing with Terrorism – Empirical and Normative Challenges for Fighting the Islamic State an international panel of experts analyses current trends and new developments in legal systems and in law enforcement in Europe as well as in the USA and the Middle East. Offering a succinct overview with special focus on criminal law, police law, and European and international law, the book provides unique insights into what dealing with terrorism means to European and non-European countries. It includes material from non-English-speaking countries that is seldom available to a broader academic community. Its comparative approach offers readers three levels of understanding: by country, in terms of the European Union, and the international community as a whole.
Duncker & Humblot
Comparative and Foreign Law | European Law | Jurisprudence | Law | National Security Law
Russell A. Miller, Surveying German Security Jurisprudence, in Dealing with Terrorism (Marc Engelhart & Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička eds., 2019),