Published annually, Terrorism: International Case Law Reporter is a collection of the most important cases in security law from around the world. Handpicked and introduced by internationally renowned terrorism scholar Michael Newton and by a distinguished board of global experts, the cases included cover topics as diverse as human rights, immigration, freedom of speech, and terrorist financing. All cases are also accompanied by headnotes that summarize the key issues for the benefit of researchers. This unique resource serves scholars, students, and practitioners seeking an authoritative and comprehensive resource for security law research like no other publication on the market.
The 2011 edition includes cases highlighting issues such as:
* Whether the State's appointment and use of Special Police Officers through the Chattisgarh Police Act 2007 is in violation of the Constitution of India;
* The right to a fair trial under the European Convention of Human Rights;
* The interface of domestic criminal norms with the increased efforts to regulate the flow of financing to terrorist organizations;
* The legal basis for state surveillance decisions and the accompanying procedural requirements;
* The standards for evaluating continued terrorist detentions;
* Whether the Special Tribunal for Lebanon should apply Lebanese or international law is cases involving the crime of terrorism; and
* The role of the legal profession and transnational terrorism.
Each annual edition serves a function of unique and growing importance as the one source that juxtaposes international decisions with those emanating from domestic forums. The comprehensive index also helps the reader to synthesize the commonality of issues.
This publication can also be purchased on a standing order basis.