The Fight Against Terrorism: Council of Europe Standards
Council of Europe Pub., Jan 1, 2007 - Law - 603 pages
The Council of Europe has been dedicated, since 1949, to upholding human rights, the rule of law and pluralist democracy. Terrorism repudiates these three fundamental values and the Council of Europe is determined to combat it. The Council of Europe has drafted a number of international legal instruments and standards which reflects the importance it attaches to combating terrorism and illustrate the underlying message of the Organisation, which is that it is possible to fight efficiently against terrorism while upholding the basic values that are the common heritage of the European continent.
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European Convention on Extradition ETS No 24
Second Additional Protocol to the European Convention on Extradition
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