Selected Literature on Human Rights and Terrorism

Selected Literature on Human Rights and Terrorism

Monographs, Edited Volumes, Grey Literature and Prime Articles published since 2001, selected by Eric Price (Professional Information Specialist)

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Amnesty International (A.I.) (2005). Cruel. Inhuman. Degrades Us All. Stop Torture and Ill-treatment in the 'War on Terror'. London: Amnesty International.

Ball, K. & Webster, F. (Eds.) (2003). The Intensification of Surveillance: Crime, Terrorism and Warfare in the Information Age. London: Pluto Press. [*]

Baravalle, G. (Ed.) (2003). Rethink: Cause and Consequences of September 11. New York: de.MO. [*]

Barnidge, R. Jr. (2008). Non-state Actors and Terrorism: Applying the Law of State Responsibility and the Due Diligence Principle. The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press. [*]

Behera, A. D. (2008). Violence, Terrorism, and Human Security in South Asia. Dhaka, Bangladesh Institute of International and Strategic Studies: University Press.

Benedek, W. et al. (2010). Transnational Terrorism, Organized Crime and Peace-building: Human Security in the Western Balkans. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Benedek, W. & A. Yotopoulos-Marangopoulos (Eds.) (2004). Anti-terrorist Measures and Human Rights. Leiden, Boston: M. Nijhoff

Bhutto, B. (2008). Reconciliation: Islam, Democracy, and the West. New York: Harper.

Bingham, T. H. (2010). The Rule of Law. London; New York, Allen Lane.

Bianchi, A. & A. Keller. (Eds.) (2008). Counterterrorism: Democracy's Challenge. Portland OR., Hart.

Brenkman, J. (2007). The Cultural Contradictions of Democracy: Political Thought Since September 11. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Bronner, S.E. (2005). Planetary Politics: Human Rights, Terror, and Global Society. Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.

Brysk, Alison A. & G. Shafir (Eds.) (2007). National Insecurity and Human Rights: Democracies Debate Counterterrorism. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Bullard, A. (Ed.) (2008). Human Rights in Crisis. Aldershot, U.K.Burlington, VT : Ashgate. [*].

Burbach, R. (2003) The Pinochet Affair: State Terrorism and Global Justice. London, New York: Zed Books. [*].

Butler, C. (Ed.) (2007). Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of the Other. West Lafayette, Ind.: Purdue University Press: Published in cooperation with the Institute for Human Rights, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Cahill, K.A. (Ed.) (2003). Traditions, Values, and Humanitarian Action. New York: Fordham University Press and The Center for International Health and Cooperation. [*].

Christie, K. (2008). America's War on Terrorism: the Revival of the Nation-state Versus Universal Human Rights. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press. [*]

Clemens, C. N. (Ed.) (2010). Current Issues in Human Rights and International Relations:Papers from the Clemens Nathan Research Centre. Leiden, Boston: M. Nijhoff Publishers.

Cohen, D.B. & J. W. Wells (Eds.) ( 2004). American National Security and Civil Liberties in an Era of Terrorism. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [*].

Cohen-Almagor, R. (Ed.) (2005) Israeli Democracy at the Crossroads. London: Routledge.

Chopra, V.D. (Ed.) (2002). Global Challenge of Terrorism. New Delhi, Gyan Pub. House. [*].

Crotty, W. (Ed.) (2005). Democratic Development & Political Terrorism: the Global Perspective. Boston: Northeastern University Press.

Cubilié, A. (2005). Women Witnessing Terror: Testimony and the Cultural Politics of Human Rights. New York: Fordham University Press.

Daalder, I.H. (Ed.) (2007). Beyond Preemption: Force and Legitimacy in a Changing World. Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press.

David, M.K. (Ed.) (2007) Language & Human Rights: Focus on Malaysia. Serdang: Universiti Putra Malaysia Press.

Dickson, B. (2010). The European Convention on Human Rights and the Conflict in Northern Ireland ., Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Donnelly, J. (2007). International Human Rights. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. [*].

Foot, R. (2004). Human Rights and Counter-terrorism in America's Asia Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press for the International Institute for Strategic Studies. [*].

Fletcher, L.E. , E. Stover, S. P. Smith et al. (2009). The Guantánamo Effect: Exposing the Consequences of U.S. Detention and Interrogation Practices. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Freedman, J. (2008). America Debates Civil Liberties and Terrorism. New York: Rosen Central. [*].

Freilich, J.D. & B.T. Guerette. (2006). Migration, Culture Conflict, Crime, and Terrorism. Aldershot, Hants: Ashgate.[*]

Gaur, M. (Ed.) (2003). Terrorism and Human Rights. New Delhi: Anamika Publishers & Distributors.

Gehring, V.V. (Ed.) (2003). War After September 11. Lanham, MD., Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Ginger, A.F. (Ed.) (2005). Challenging US Human Rights Violations Since 9/11. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books. [*].

Greenberg, K.J. (Ed.) (2006). The Torture Debate in America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [*].

Gushee, D.P. , J.H. Zimmer. & J. Drew. (Eds.) (2010) Religious Faith, Torture, and Our National Soul. Macon, GA., Mercer University Press.

Hancock, J. (2007) Human Rights and US Foreign Policy. London; New York: Routledge. [*].

Human Rights Watch ( 2003). Burundi: Everyday Victims: Civilians in the Burundian War. New York: Human Rights Watch.

Imobighe, T.A. & A.N.T. Eguavoen (Eds.) (2006). Terrorism and Counter-terrorism: an African Perspective. Ibadan, Nigeria, Heinemann Educational Books.

International Council on Human Rights Policy (2002). Human Rights After September 11 Versoix: International Council on Human Rights Policy.

Kassimeris, H. (Ed.) (2006) Warrior's Dishonour: Barbarity, Morality and Torture in Modern Warfare. Aldershot: Ashgate.
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Kick, R. (Ed.) (2001). You Are Being Lied To: the Disinformation Guide to Media Distortion, Historical Whitewashes and Cultural Myths. New York: Disinformation Co.

Langwith, J. (Ed.) (2008). Human Rights. Detroit, Mich.: Greenhaven Press. [*].

Lenin, N. (Ed.) (2005) Valley of Death: Three Years of BNP-Jamat Tyranny: Misrule, Terror, Fear, Corruption & Violation of Human Rights. Dhaka: Information & Research Dept., Bangladesh Awami League.

MacDonald, D. B. , R.G. Patman & M. Mason-Parker (Eds.) (2007). The Ethics of Foreign Policy. Aldershot: Ashgate. [*].

Madiwale, A. (Ed.) (2007). Rise of Fascism in India: Voices Beneath the Ashes, Victims of Communal Violence Speak. [Report of the Independent People's Tribunal on the Rise of Fascist Forces and the Attack on the Secular State, March 20-22, 2007] New Delhi: Human Rights Law Network.

Makokha, K. & G. Godwin Murunga (Eds.) (2010). Upholding Human Rights in Counter-terrorism: What Role for Non-state Actors? [Proceedings of a regional conference report held in Nairobi, May 11-12, 2009] Nairobi: Muslim Human Rights Forum, Kenya Human Rights Institute.

Menjívar, C & N. Rodríguez (Eds.) (2005). When States Kill: Latin America, the U.S., and Technologies of Terror. Austin: University of Texas Press. [*].

Narang, A.S. & P. Srivastava (Eds.) Terrorism: the Global Perspective. New Delhi: International Institute for Non-Aligned Studies, Kanishka Publishers, Distributors. [*].

Netherlands Helsinki Committee/IKV (2007). Two Kingdoms in Turmoil: Migration, Human Rights andTerrorism in Morocco and the Netherlands. The Hague: Netherlands Helsinki Committee.

Okumu, W. & A. Botha. (Eds.) (2008). Understanding Terrorism in Africa. Building Bridges and Overcoming the Gaps. Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies.

Pelly, G. (Ed.) (2009). State Terrorism: Torture, Extra-judicial Killings, and Forced Disappearances in India. [Report of the Independent People's Tribunal, 9-10 February 2008]. New Delhi: Human Rights Law Network.

People's Union for Democratic Rights (2006). When the state makes war on its own people: a report on violation of people's rights during the Salwa Judum campaign in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh. Delhi: People's Union for Democratic Rights.

Reichberg, G.M. , H. Syse, & B. Endre (Eds.) (2006). The Ethics of War: Classic and Contemporary Readings. Malden, MA. Oxford, Blackwell Pub.

Roberts, D. (Ed.) (2007). Just War: Psychology and Terrorism. Ross-on-Wye, U.K.: PCCS Books.

Rollings-Magnusson, S. (Ed.) (2009). Anti-terrorism: Security and Insecurity after 9/11 Halifax, Fernwood Pub.

Rotberg, R. I. (Ed.,) (2009). Corruption, Global Security, and World Order. Washington, D.C., Brookings Institution Press.

Salter, M.B. (Ed.) (2010). Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: the EU, Canada, and the War on Terror. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

Shen, S. (Ed.) (2007). China and Antiterrorism. New York: Nova Science Publishers [*].

Sherman, D.J. & Nardin, T. (Eds.) (2006). Terror, Culture, Politics: Rethinking 9/11. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Skelly, J.M. (Ed.) (2010) Political Islam from Muhammad to Ahmadinejad: Defenders, Detractors, and Definitions. Santa Barbara, Calif., Praeger Security International.

Smith, T. & H. van der Linden. (Eds.) (2006) Philosophy Against Empire. Charlottesville, Va.: Philosophy Documentation Center.

Soohoo, C. , C. Albisa, & M.F. Davis (Eds.) (2009). Bringing Human Rights Home: a History of Human Rights in the United States. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Stephens, A. & R. Walden (Eds.) (2006). For the Sake of Humanity: Essays in Honour of Clemens N. Nathan. Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff.

Tinnevelt, R. & G. Verschraegen (Eds.) (2006). Between Cosmopolitan Ideals and State Sovereignty: Studies in Global Justice. Basingstoke: Palgrave. Macmillan. [*].

Van Baarda, T.A. & D.E.M. Verweij (Eds.) (2009). The Moral Dimension of Asymmetrical Warfare: Counter-terrorism, Democratic Values and Military Ethics. Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff.

Tsang, S. (Ed.) (2007). Intelligence and Human Rights in the Era of Global Terrorism. Westport, Conn., : Praeger Security International.

Vogel. B, R. Dolzer. R & M. Herdegen (Eds.) (2005). After the Iraq War: the Future of the UN and International Law. New Delhi, Social Science Press.

Weinberg. L. (Ed.) (2008). Democratic Responses to Terrorism. New York: Routledge.
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Weiss, T.G. , M.E. Crahan & J. Goering (Eds.) (2004). Wars on Terrorism and Iraq : Human Rights, Unilateralism, and U.S. Foreign Policy. New York: Routledge. [*].

Wilson, R. A. (Ed.) (2005). Human Rights in the War on Terror. Cambridge: University Press [*].

Grey Literature

Australian Human Rights Commission (2008). A Human Rights Guide to Australia's Counter-terrorism Laws. Sydney: Australian Human Rights Commission. [].

Ball, M. (2004). Terrorism, Human Rights, Social Justice, Freedom and Democarcy; Some Considerations for the Legal and Justice Professionals of the 'Coalition of the Willling'. Brisbane, (Australia): Queensland University of Technology (QUT).

Chaskalson, A. (2007). The Widening Gyre: Counter-terrorism, Human Rights and the Rule of Law. Cambridge (U.K): University of Cambridge.

Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) (2007). Stamping Out Rights. New Delhi, India. [].

Conte, A. (2008). Handbook on Human Rights Compliance While Countering Terrorism. Washington & New York: Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation. [].

Council of Europe. (2002). Guidelines on human rights and the fight against terrorism. Strasbourg. [] .

Cooper, Jonathan (2007). Countering Terrorism, Protecting Human Rights; a Manual. Warsaw, OSCE/ODHIR.

Crossman, G. & J. Russell (2006). Liberty's response to Lord Carlile's review of the definition of terrorism. London, Liberty.

Heinz, W.S. & J.M. Arend. (2005) The International Fight against Terrorism and the Protection of Human Rights. German Institute for Human Rights, Berlin, Germany.

Hicks, N. & M. McClintock (Eds.) (2005). Reformasi & Resistance: Human Rights Defenders and Counterterrorism in Indonesia. New York: Human Rights First. [].

Human Rights Council (2010). Counter-terrorism and the Protection of Human Rights. Berkeley, Cal.
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Human Rights Watch (2003). In the Name of Counter-Terrorism: Human Rights Abuse Worldwide. New York: Human Rights Watch.

Norman, P. (2004). The United Nations and Counter-terrorism After September 11: towards an assessment of the impact and prospects of counter-terror 'spill-over' into international criminal justice cooperation. British Society of Criminology Conference 6-9th July 2004, University of Portsmouth.

Office of the United Nations; High Commissioner for Human Rights. (2008) Human Rights, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism. Geneva: United Nations. [].

Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (2007). OSCE High-level Meeting on Victims of Terrorism: 13-14September 2007, Vienna, Austria, Final Report. Warsaw: OSCE ODIHR. [].

Poelgeest Seminar (2007). Counter-terrorism Strategies, Human Rights and International Law. Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University. [].

Thakur. R. (2006) .International Terrorism and the United Nations. [Shimane-Yamaguchi Global Seminar, 5–8 August 2006]

Thirteen/WNET (2002). Justice & the Generals. New York,Thirteen/WNET. [].

U.K. Government (2007). Counter-Terrorism Policy and Human Rights: 28 days, interception and post-charge questioning. London, The Stationary Office. [].

United Nations (2009). Protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism. [].

United Nations Counter-Terrorism Implementation Task Force (2008). 'The impact of terrorism and counter-terrorism measures on the enjoyment of economic, social and cultural rights (ESCR)' [Expert Seminar. 5-7 November 2008, Geneva]

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (2007). Human Rights, Terrorism and Counter-terrorism. [Human Fact Sheet, #32) [].

Yasenchak, M.A. , J. Giglio, & M. Paxson (Eds.) (2006). National Security and Human Rights. [Conference proceedings: June 29, 2006 Moscow, Russian Federation.]

Washington, D.C.: Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. [].

Prime Journal Articles

Alonso, R. & F. Reinares (2005). Terrorism, Human Rights and Law Enforcement in Spain. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, Winter), p. 265-278.

Awada, M. (2008). Pan-Arab Civil Organizations: The Arab Organization for Human Rights. Contemporary Arab Affairs 1 (4, October), pp.621 – 630.

Azarvana, A. (2010). Terror, Oil and Repression in Algeria. The Journal of North African Studies 15 (2, June), pp.231 – 253.

Barak, A. (2008). Human Rights in Times of Terror - a Judicial Point of View. Legal Studies 28 (4, December), pp.493-505.

Bates, Ed. (2009). Anti-terrorism Control Orders: Liberty and Security still in the Balance. Legal Studies 29, (1, March), pp. 99-126.

Bianchi, A. (2006) Assessing the Effectiveness of the UN Security Council's Anti-terrorism Measures: The Quest for Legitimacy and Cohesion. European Journal of International Law 17 (5, 15 November), pp. 881-919.

Bianchi, A. (2006). Security Council's Anti-terror Resolutions and their Implementation by Member States. Journal of International Criminal Justice 4,(5, 1 November), pp. 1044-1073.

Cousins, M. (2008) Asset Freezing, Social Security, and Human Rights. King's Law Journal 19 (2), pp. 402-412.

Cohen, H. & R. Dudai (2005). Human Rights Dilemmas in Using Informers to Combat Terrorism: The Israeli-Palestinian Case. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, -2/Winter), pp. 229-243.

Croissant, A. (2007). Muslim Insurgency, Political Violence, and Democracy in Thailand Terrorism and Political Violence 19 (1, March), pp.1 – 18.

Dahlmana, C. & G.O. Tuathailb (2005). The Legacy of Ethnic Cleansing: The International Community and the Returns Process in post-Dayton Bosnia–Herzegovina. Political Geography 24 (5, June), pp. 569-599.

Devji, F, (2009) The Terrorist as Humanitarian. Social Analysis 53 (1, Spring), pp. 173-192.

Draghicia, C. (2009). International Organisations and Anti-terrorist Sanctions: no Accountability for Human rights Violations? Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2(2, August), pp. 293 – 312.

Duner, B. (2005). Disregard for Security: The Human Rights Movement and 9/11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, -2/Winter), pp. 89-104

Fenwicka, H. (2008) .Proactive Counter-terrorist Strategies in Conflict with Human Rights. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology 22 (3, November), pp. 259 – 270.

Foot, R. (2007). The United Nations, Counter Terrorism and Human Rights: Institutional Adaptation and Embedded Ideas. Human Rights Quarterly, 29 (2, May), pp. 489-514.

Gayton, C. M. (2006). Beyond Terrorism: Data Collection and Responsibility for Privacy. VINE 36 (4), pp. 377-394.

Gregory, F. The EU's Response to 9/11: A Case Study of Institutional Roles and Policy Processes with Special Reference to Issues of Accountability and Human Rights. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, -2/Winter), pp. 105-123.

Gearty, C. (2005). 11 September 2001, Counter-terrorism, and the Human Rights Act. Journal of Law and Society 32 (1, March), pp. 18-33.

Gearty, C. (2007) Terrorism and Human Rights. Government and Opposition, 42 (3, Summer), pp. 340-362.

Gill, P. (2009). Security Intelligence and Human Rights: Illuminating the 'Heart of Darkness'? Intelligence and National Security 24 (1, February), pp. 78-102.

Golder, B. & Williams, G. (2006). Balancing National Security and Human Rights: Assessing the Legal Response of Common Law Nations to the Threat of Terrorism. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis 8 (1, March), pp. 43-62.

Grand, S. (2008). Sacrificial Bodies: Terrorism, counter-terrorism, Torture. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 18 (5, September), pp. 671-689.

Gross, E. (2002). Self-defense against Terrorism - What Does it Mean? The Israeli Perspective. Journal of Military Ethics 1 (2, July), pp. 91 – 108.

Heinzea, E. & Freedmana, R. (2010). Public awareness of Human Rights: Distortions in the mass Media . The International Journal of Human Rights 14 (4, July), pp. 491 – 523.

Hickman, T.R. (2005). Between Human Rights and the Rule of Law: Indefinite Detention and the Derogation Model of Constitutionalism. Modern Law Review 68 (4, July), pp. 655-668.

Hoffmann, J. (2008).Terrorism Blacklisting: Putting European Human Rights Guarantees to the Test. Constellations 15 (4, December), pp. 543-560.

Hoffman, P. (2004). Human Rights and Terrorism. Human Rights Quarterly 26 (4, November), pp. 932-955.

Joffe, G. (2008). The European Union, Democracy and Counter-Terrorism in the Maghreb. Journal of Common Market Studies. 46 (1, January), pp. 147-171.

Kalhan, A., G.P. Conroy et al. (2006). Colonial Continuities: Human Rights, Terrorism and Security Laws in India. Colombia Journal of Asian Law 20 (1), pp.94-234. []

Kruse, A. (2005). Financial and Economic Sanctions - from a Perspective of International Law and Human Rights. Journal of Financial Crime 12 (3), pp. 217-220.

Lavranos, N. (2009). Judicial Review of UN Sanctions by the European Court of Justice. Nordic Journal of International Law 78 (3), pp.343-359.

Lerner, N. (2008). Do Religion and Human Rights Interact? International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 15 (2-3), pp. 403-411.

Lizin, A-M. (2007). Guantanamo: What Safeguards for the Fight against Terrorism? Helsinki Monitor. 18, (2), pp. 101-105.

de Londras, F. (2008). Guantánamo Bay: Towards Legality? Modern Law Review 71 (1, January), pp. 36-58.

Macklin, A. (2008) .From Cooperation, to Complicity, to Compensation: The War on Terror, Extraordinary Rendition, and the Cost of Torture. European Journal of Migration and Law, 10 (1), pp. 11-30.

McEldowneya, J.F. (2005) Political security and democratic rights. Democratization 12 (5, December), pp.766 – 782.

Macmahon, E. (2005). Terrorism and Human Rights: A Defence Lawyer's Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, Winter), pp. 125-129.

Mertus, J. & Sajjad, T. (2008). Human Rights and Human Insecurity: The Contributions of US Counterterrorism. Journal of Human Rights, 7 (1, January), pp. 2-24.

Michaelsen, C. (2005). Derogating from International Human Rights Obligations in the 'War Against Terrorism'? — A British–Australian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (1-2, -2/Winter), pp. 131-155

Neve, A. (2007). Extraordinary Rendition, the Canadian Edition: National Security and Challenges to the Global Ban on Torture. Societies Without Borders 2 (1), pp. 117-130.

Oriolaa, T. (2009) .Counter-terrorism and Alien Justice: the Case of Security Certificates in Canada. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 2 (2, August), pp.257 – 274.

Papastamou, S., G. Prodromitis, & T. Iatridis (2005). Perceived Threats to Democracy: An Examination of Political Affiliation and Beliefs about Terrorism, State Control, and Human Rights. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 5 (1, December), pp. 249-262.

Parkes, R. (2007) What Limits for Government Control? Civil Liberties and Anti-terror Measures after the Heathrow Bomb Plot. The Political Quarterly, 78 (2, April-June), pp. 272-281.

Petchesky, R. P. (2005) Rights of the Body and Perversions of War: Sexual Rights and Wrongs Ten Years Past Beijing. International Social Science Journal 57 (2, June), pp. 301-318.

Piazza, J. & J. Walsh (2009) Transnational Terror and Human Rights. 53 (1, March) International Studies Quarterly, pp. 125-148.

Quénivet, N. (2006). You are the Weakest Link and We will Help You! The Comprehensive Strategy of the United Nations to Fight Terrorism. Journal of Conflict and Security Law 11(3), pp. 371-397.

Ramcharan, B. (2004). Human Rights and Human Security. Disarmament Forum (1,), pp. 39-48 [].

Sangera, A. (2010). Force of Circumstance: The European Arrest Warrant and Human Rights. Democracy and Security, 6 (1, January), pp.17 – 51.

Schlager, E.B. (2005). Counter-terrorism, Human Rights, and the United States. Helsinki Monitor 16 (1), pp. 78-87.

Slukaa, J. (2008). Terrorism and Taboo: an Anthropological Perspective on Political Violence against Civilians. Critical Studies on Terrorism 1 (2, August), pp.167 – 183.

Schmid, A. P. (2005). Terrorism and Human Rights: a Perspective from the United Nations. Terrorism & Political Violence 17, (1-2, Winter), pp.25-36.

Smith, A. (2007). Balancing Liberty and Security? A Legal Analysis of United Kingdom Anti-Terrorist Legislation. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 13 (1-2, April), pp. 73-83.

De Schutter, O. & J. Ringelheim (2008). Ethnic Profiling: A Rising Challenge for European Human Rights Law. Modern Law Review, 71 (3, May), pp. 358-384.

Sidela, V.W. War, Terrorism and the Public's Health (2008). Medicine, Conflict and Survival 24, pp. 13 – 25.

Tsoukala, A. (2006). Democracy in the Light of Security: British and French Political discourses on Domestic Counter-terrorism Policies. Political Studies 54 (3, October), pp. 607-627.

Watney, M. (2007). State surveillance of the Internet: Human Rights Infringement or e-security Mechanism? International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics 1 (1, 9 May), pp. 42-54.

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