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Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: the search for EU criminal lawwhere is it headed?, Elspeth Guild and Florian Geyer. Actors: Security, freedom and accountability: Europol and Frontex, Sonja Puntscher Riekmann; Eurojusta cornerstone of the federal criminal justice system in the EU?, Jirí VlastnÃk; The 3rd pillar and the Court of Justice: a 'praetorian communitarization' of police and judicial cooperation criminal matters?, Eulalia Sanfrutos Cano; EU member states' complicity in extraordinary renditions, Judit Tóth. Concepts and Instruments: EU police cooperation: national sovereignty framed by European security?, Didier Bigo; Too different to trust? First experiences with the application of the European arrest warrant, Julia Sievers; Reflexive governance and the EU 3rd pillar: analysis of data protection and criminal law aspects, Gloria Gonzßlez Fuster and Pieter Paepe. Law and Policy: The competence question: the European Community and criminal law, Valsamis Mitsilegas; The proposal for a council framework decision on certain procedural rights in criminal proceedings throughout the European Union, Mar Jimeno-Bulnes; The 'Prüm Process': the way forward for EU police cooperation and data exchange?, Rocco Bellanova. PracticeAchievements and Obstacles: Policing a European border region: the case of the Meuse-Rhine Euroregion, Toine Spapens; Uniforms without uniformity: a critical look at European standards in policing, Peter Hobbing; Third pillar developments from a practitioner's perspective, Richard Lang; The EU counter-terrorism strategy and human rights in Central Asia: do as I say not as I do?, Susie Alegre. A Possible Future: The Reform Treaty and justice and home affairs: implications for the common area of freedom, security and justice, Sergio Carrera and Florian Geyer; Bibliography; Index.