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Call # KF4850 .D66 2008
Author Donohue, Laura K., 1969-
Title The cost of counterterrorism : power, politics, and liberty / Laura K. Donohue
Imprint Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008
Book Cover
 WMS STACKS  KF4850 .D66 2008    DUE 07-29-14 +1 RECALLED


Descript. xii, 500 p. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 361-467) and index
Subject National security -- Law and legislation -- United States
Civil rights -- United States
Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention
National security -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain
Terrorism -- Great Britain -- Prevention
Terrorism -- Prevention -- International cooperation
OCLC # 191243386
Table of Contents
1The Perilous Dichotomy1
 Security and Freedom within Constitutional Constraints4
 The Shift in Power Among the Branches of Government6
 The Political, Social, and Economic Costs of Counterterrorist Law25
 The Complexity of Rights and Security29
2Indefinite Detention and Coercive Interrogation33
 Controlling Violence in Northern Ireland35
 Meeting the Islamist Threat in the United Kingdom57
 US Detention of Foreign Nationals at Guantanarno Bay71
 Coercive Interrogation and Torture in the Global War on Terror91
 Parallel Costs111
3Financial Counterterrorism122
 Paramilitary Funding in Northern Ireland123
 The State's Response129
 Antiterrorist Finance in the United States146
 The Erosion of Complex Rights168
 The Political and Humanitarian Costs175
4Privacy and Surveillance182
 Data Protection206
 Surveillance in Public Space212
 The American Surveillance Culture218
 The USA PATRIOT Act and Its Surveillance Provisions233
 Surveillance Operations Under Other Auspices243
 US Data-Mining Operations256
5Terrorist Speech and Free Expression273
 Political Speech276
 Knowledge-Based Speech296
 The Secondary Effects of Other Counterterrorism Measures311
 Privileged Speech317
6Auxiliary Precautions333
 Re-Empowering the Legislature336
 Beyond the Dichotomy359