Security Versus Justice?: Police and Judicial Cooperation in the European Union

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Elspeth Guild, Florian Geyer
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008 - Political Science - 336 pages
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The EU's area of freedom, security and justice is no longer new, but the measures which are adopted in the fields of judicial cooperation in criminal matters, police cooperation and counter terrorism are truly radical. This book is designed to examine three fields: police cooperation, judicial cooperation in criminal matters and counterterrorism.
 

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Contents

LAW AND POLICY
3
Europol and Frontex
19
EurojustA Cornerstone of the Federal Criminal Justice System
35
A Praetorian
51
The European Community
58
EU Member States Complicity in Extraordinary Renditions
71
National Sovereignty Framed by European
91
Too Different to Trust? First Experiences with the Application
109
The Proposal for a Council Framework Decision on Certain
171
The Way Forward for EU Police Cooperation
203
PRACTICEACHlEVEMENTS AND OBSTACLES
225
A Critical Look at European
243
Third Pillar Developments from a Practitioners Perspective
265
The EU CounterTerrorism Strategy and Human Rights in Central
279
Bibliography
309
Index
331

Analysis of Data
129

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Elspeth Guild is based at the Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels, Belgium and is a Professor of European Migration Law at Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Florian Geyer is based at the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.

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