Law, liberty, and the pursuit of terrorism / Roger Douglas.
It is commonly believed that a state facing a terrorist threat responds with severe legislation that compromises civil liberties in favour of national security. Roger Douglas compares responses to terrorism by five liberal democracies-- the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and N...
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- The specter of terrorism
- Responding to the threat
- What is terrorism?
- Gathering information
- Protecting government secrets while protecting due process?
- Guilt by association
- Terrorism offences
- Detention without conviction
- Torture and coercive questioning.