Executive Measures, Terrorism and National Security: Have the Rules of the Game Changed?
David Bonner examines the use, in the period from 1905 to the end of 2006, of a variety of executive measures to assist in containing terrorism and to protect national security. The measures focused on are internment, restriction of movement and internal exile, and exclusion or deportation of undesirable foreign nationals.
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Perspectives Themes and Concepts
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Immigration Control and Deportation
the Malayan Cyprus and Kenyan Emergencies
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