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Call # JC585 .H865 2005
Title Human rights in the 'War on Terror' / edited by Richard Ashby Wilson
Imprint Cambridge [UK] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2005
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Descript. xv, 347 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Human rights
Civil rights
War on Terrorism, 2001-2009
Terrorism -- Prevention
Iraq War, 2003-
International law
Alt Author Wilson, Richard, 1964-
OCLC # 60402108
Table of Contents
 Human rights in the 'war on terror' / Richard Ashby Wilson1
1Order, rights and threats : terrorism and global justice / Michael Freeman37
2Liberal security / Fernando R. Teson57
3The human rights case for the war in Iraq : a consequentialist view / Thomas Cushman78
4Human rights as an ethics of power / John R. Wallach108
5How not to promote democracy and human rights / Aryeh Neier137
6War in Iraq : not a humanitarian intervention / Kenneth Roth143
7The tension between combating terrorism and protecting civil liberties / Richard Goldstone157
8Fair trials for terrorists? / Geoffrey Robertson169
9Nationalizing the local : comparative notes on the recent restructuring of political space / Carol J. Greenhouse184
10The impact of counter terror on the promotion and protection of human rights : a global perspective / Neil Hicks209
11Human rights : a descending spiral / Richard Falk225
12Eight fallacies about liberty and security / David Luban242
13Our privacy, ourselves in the age of technological intrusions / Peter Galison, Martha Minow258
14Are human rights universal in an age of terrorism? / Wiktor Osiatynski295
15Connecting human rights, human development, and human security / Mary Robinson308
16Human rights and civil society in a new age of American exceptionalism / Julie A. Mertus317