Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: The EU, Canada and the War on Terror [NOOK Book]

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This book examines how legal, political, and rights discourses, security policies and practices migrate and translate across the North Atlantic.

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Mapping Transatlantic Security Relations: The EU, Canada and the War on Terror

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This book examines how legal, political, and rights discourses, security policies and practices migrate and translate across the North Atlantic.

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Mark B. Salter is Associate Professor at the School of Political Studies, University of Ottawa.
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Table of Contents

Introduction Mark B. Salter 1. Special Delivery: The Multilateral Politics of Extraordinary Rendition Maria Koblanck 2. Miscarriages of Justice and Exceptional Procedures in the "War Against Terrorism" Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet 3. Risk-Focused Security Politics and Human Rights: The Impossible Symbiosis Anastasia Tsoukala 4. The North Atlantic Field of Aviation Security Mark B. Salter 5. Tracing Terrorists: The EU-Canada Agreement in PNR Matters Peter Hobbing 6. The Global Governance of Data Privacy Regulation: European Leadership and the Ratcheting Up of Canadian Rules Abraham Newman 7. Made in the USA? The impact of transatlantic norms on the European Union’s Data Protection Regime Patryk Pawlak 8. Norm and Expertise in the Global Fight Against Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism Amandine Scherrer 9. The Accountability Gap: Human Rights and EU External Cooperation on Criminal Justice, Counterterrorism and the Rule of Law Susie Alegre 10. The Role of NGOs in the Access to Public Information: Extraordinary Renditions and the Absence of Transparency Marton Sulyok and Andras Pap 11. Replacing and Displacing the Law: The Europeanization of Judicial Power Antione Mégie 12. Transjudicial Conversations about Security and Human Rights Audrey Macklin 13. A Coordinated Judicial Response to Counterterrorism? Counterexamples Rayner Thwaites 14. The Other Transatlantic: Practices, Policies, Fields Mark B. Salter and Can E.Mutlu

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