Terrorism in Europe: an international comparative legal analysis
This is a comparative study of the most outstanding emergency measures--legal, administrative, and executive--which are part of certain European anti-terrorist legal systems. It also highlights the existence of sufficient similarities between common and civil legal systems within the EEC framework to justify a more fluid integration between the relevant states seeking not only fuller European co-operation but also a prospective single jurisdiction to deal with the challenge of terrorism.
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