John R. Spencer is Professor Emeritus of Law at Cambridge University.
Francesca Galli, Anne Weyembergh
To several governments, modern international terrorism cannot be handled adequately within the ordinary criminal justice system. To fight terrorism (including the criminalization of certain “abstract danger”, preparatory activities such as terrorist training, membership in a terrorist organization) more effectively, criminal law had to be adapted. More info
Gisèle Vernimmen-Van Tiggelen, et al.
What will be the future role and scope of the principle of mutual recognition in criminal matters in Europe? This book tries to answer this question, and many others. More info
Anne Weyembergh, Veronica Santamaria
The role of evaluation has become increasingly important in the context of EU policies in the field of judicial cooperation in criminal matters. This evolution is the result of an increasing number of legally binding instruments adopted in the framework of the third pillar of the European Union and of their growing impact on national legal systems. More info