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EU counter-terrorism offences

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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. Read More

National legislation has evolved against the background of international and European instruments. This collective book presents and discusses the latest counter-terrorism policies at the EU level, and particularly instruments for approximation in the field, namely the Framework Decision 2002/475/JHA on combating terrorism and the Framework Decision 2008/919/JHA amending the previous one. The objective is, in particular, to evaluate the impact of the introduction of a EU definition of terrorism and the three new offences of provocation, training and recruitment for terrorism purposes on the development of substantive criminal law and case law of selected EU Member States.

Following an introduction and a general critical assessment of both Framework Decisions, the first part will be devoted to the interplay between these two EU instruments and national provisions, including a study of the relevant domestic case law. Nine Member States (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, Austria, Belgium, Denmark and Hungary) have been selected in order to ensure a balanced representation and particularly the division between two groups of States. The first group is made of few jurisdictions that have experienced serious and long-lasting periods of political violence and terrorism, developed specific terrorist offences and have been influential in providing a model for shaping a common European counter-terrorism strategy. The second group encompasses States that have defined terrorist offences as autonomous ones in their penal codes only when required by the 2002 Framework Decision on combating terrorism. A second and briefer part looks at the influence on European cooperation of the two relevant EU framework decisions harmonizing the terrorist offences. A third and last part is entirely dedicated to the issue of the shift towards prevention in the fight against terrorism and gathers several crosscutting reports for this purpose. The book ends with a transversal and analytical conclusion.

This book is the result of the collaboration of an international team composed of academics and researchers who are members of ECLAN (European Criminal Law Academic Network) as well as national and European experts who « practice » the relevant EU instruments on a regular basis.


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Publisher
Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles
Edited by
Francesca Galli, Anne Weyembergh,
Introduction by
Francesca Galli, Anne Weyembergh,
Contributions by
Emmanuel Barbe, Martin Böse, Stefan Braum, Pedro Caeiro, Manuel Cancio Meliá, Francesca Galli, Roland Genson, Sabine Gless, Laurent Kennes, Gilles de Kerchove, Robert Kert, Henri Labayle, Katalin Ligeti, Christophe Marchand, Ulrich Sieber, Katja Šugman Stubbs, John R. Spencer, Jørn Vestergaard, Anne Weyembergh,
Collection
European Studies
ISSN
13780352
Language
English
Supporting Website
Oapen.org
Publisher Category
Publishers own classification > Law
BISAC Subject Heading
LAW026000 LAW / Criminal Law
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
CLIL (Version 2013-2019)
3259 DROIT
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: Criminal law: terrorism law

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Publication Date
07 January 2021
ISBN-13
9782800417448
Extent
Absolute page count : 180
Code
1744
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Publication Date
07 January 2021
ISBN-13
978-2-8004-1745-5
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Code
1745
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Introduction. La sexologie à l'heure de la guerre froide
Sylvie Chaperon, Carla Nagels et Cécile Vanderpelen-Diagre


Première partie - De la guerre à la guerre froide

L'homosexualité internationalisée. Politiques pénales, débats transnationaux et échanges transatlantiques
à Interpol, l'OMS et l’ONU pendant les années 1950 | Wannes Dupont


Psychanalyse pendant la guerre froide. Politiques sexuelles et christianisation de la « science juive » | Dagmar Herzog


Deuxième partie - Vents d’est, vents d’ouest

Les Kinsey des deux Allemagnes : recherche empirique en sexologie, enquêtes sur la sexualité et normalisation de la sexualité de la jeunesse pendant la guerre froide | Lutz Sauerteig


Science et politique pendant la guerre froide : la sexologie dans la Roumanie communiste | Luciana M. Jinga


La guerre de mouvement des catholiques. Les Colloques internationaux de sexologie de Louvain (1959-1974) | Cécile Vanderpelen-Diagre


Troisième partie - De la guerre froide à la détente


« Ce n’est pas une prime à la liberté sexuelle ». Le planning au service du modèle familial traditionnel (1955-1970) |Taline Garibian

« Le droit de cité » : sexologie, homosexualité et discours des droits de la personne dans la Pologne socialiste des années 1970 | Agnieszka Kościańska

La sex research : émergence, développement et éclatement d’une communauté épistémique | Alain Giami

Biographies

 


Excerpt


1744 - Introduction