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From the Publisher"Encyclopedic and eminently readable, Kent Roach's The 9/11 Effect casts a cold eye on the failures of counterterrorism policies since 9/11. Providing essential historical and political context, Roach's survey stands alone in its mastery of the comparative framework for understanding the unique trade-offs between law and security policy. It is a must read for anyone in the field of counterterrorism studies."
- Karen J. Greenberg
Executive Director, Center on Law and Security, New York University Law School
"Professor Roach is one of the world's leading writers and thinkers on using the law to prevent and respond to terrorism. In this book he not only dissects the many thousands of pages of new law enacted after September 11, but manages to speak with authority and insight about the responses of nations around the world. This is a much-needed book because the big questions about anti-terror law cannot be answered within the boundaries of any one nation. They call for just the sort of analysis that Professor Roach undertakes in this important work."
- George Williams
Anthony Mason Professor, Scientia Professor, Faculty of Law, The University of New South Wales