Téléchargements

EU counter-terrorism offences

What impact on national legislation and case-law?
Première édition

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. Lire la suite

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.


Livre broché - En anglais 30,00 €
Info Acheter cet ouvrage sur le site de notre partenaire

Spécifications


Éditeur
Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles
Édité par
Francesca Galli, Anne Weyembergh,
Introduction de
Francesca Galli, Anne Weyembergh,
Contributions de
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
Études européennes
ISSN
13780352
Langue
anglais
Site web ressource
Oapen.org
Catégorie (éditeur)
> Droit
BISAC Subject Heading
LAW026000 LAW / Criminal Law
Code publique Onix
06 Professionnel et académique
CLIL (Version 2013-2019 )
3259 DROIT
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Classification thématique Thema: Droit pénal : loi anti-terrorisme

Livre broché


Date de publication
20 août 2012
ISBN-13
978-2-8004-1527-7
Ampleur
Nombre de pages de contenu principal : 320
Code interne
1527
Format
160 x 240 x 15 cm
Poids
541 grammes
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

Google Livres Aperçu


avatar

Compte rendu

- Bulletin Quotidien Europe, 10809. Supplément Bibliothèque européenne, 995. 19 mars 2013
Source
Michel Theys

Sommaire


 

FOREWORD
PART I – INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW OF EU LEGAL INSTRUMENTS IN THE
FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM
Introduction | Francesca GALLI and Anne WEYEMBERGH
The two Framework Decisions. A critical approach | Sabine GLESS
PART II – THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN COUNTER-TERRORISM
EUROPEAN INSTRUMENTS AND DOMESTIC PROVISIONS
Les infractions terroristes en droit pénal français. Quel impact des décisions-cadres de
2002 et 2008 ? | Henri LABAYLE
The impact of the Framework Decisions on combating terrorism on counterterrorism legislation and
case law in Germany | Martin BÖSE
Italian counter-terrorism legislation. The development of a parallel track
("doppio binario") | Francesca GALLI
The reform of Spain's antiterrorist criminal law and the 2008
Framework Decision | Manuel CANCIO MELIÁ
"No thank you, we've already got one!" Why EU anti-terrorist legislation has made little impact
on the law of the UK | John R. SPENCER
Austrian counter-terrorism legislation and case law | Robert KERT
Domestic provisions and case law: the Belgian case | Anne WEYEMBERGH and Laurent KENNES
Denmark: criminal law as an anchorage point for proactive anti-terrorism
legislation | Jørn VESTERGAARD
Anti-terrorism related criminal law reforms and human rights in Hungary | Katalin LIGETI
PART III – HARMONISATION OF TERRORIST OFFENCES AND EUROPEAN COOPERATION
Impact de l’incrimination de terrorisme sur la coopération européenne en matière de lutte contre le
terrorisme | Gilles DE KERCHOVE
How far do the new EU counter-terrorism offences facilitate police cooperation? | Roland GENSON
L’impact du travail de rapprochement des législations en matière d’infraction de terrorisme dans
l’Union européenne en matière de lutte contre le terrorisme | Emmanuel BARBE
PART IV – THE SHIFT TOWARDS PREVENTION IN THE FIGHT AGAINST TERRORISM
Are we heading towards a European form of 'enemy criminal law’?
On the compatibility of Jakobs’s conception of 'an enemy criminal law’ and European
criminal law | Stefan BRAUM
Risk prevention by means of criminal law. On the legitimacy of anticipatory offenses in Germany’s
recently enacted counter-terrorism law | Ulrich SIEBER
Impact des nouvelles infractions terroristes quant à la qualification de participation à un groupe
terroriste et à l’usage d’une preuve secrète devant le tribunal.
Commentaires d’un avocat | Christophe MARCHAND
Inchoate offences. The sanctioning of an act prior to and irrespective of the commission of
any harm | Katja ŠUGMAN STUBBS and Francesca GALLI
Concluding remarks | Pedro CAEIRO
List of contributors

Extrait


Introduction