Table of Contents



Chapter 1: Introduction
Nicole LaViolette & Craig Forcese

Chapter 2: Ottawa Principles on Anti-terrorism and Human Rights/ Les Principes d’Ottawa relatifs à la lutte au terrorisme et aux droits de l’homme

Chapter 3: Defining Terrorism: The Need for a Restrained Definition
Kent Roach

Chapter 4: Defining Terrorism: Why and How
C.H. Powell

Chapter 5: De-militarizing Counterterrorism: Anti-Terrorism, Human Rights, and the Use of Force
Craig Forcese

Chapter 6: Guarding Individual Rights in Cases Involving National Security
Lorne Waldman

Chapter 7: Consular and Diplomatic Protection in an Age of Terrorism: Filling the Gaps
Gar Pardy

Chapter 8: Principled Secrets in an Age of Terror: International Obligations and the Canadian Experience with the Principle of Presumed Access
David M. Paciocco

Chapter 9: Casting a Light into the Shadows: Why Security Intelligence Requires Democratic Control, Oversight, and Review
Andrea Wright

Chapter 10: Beyond the Ottawa Principles: Social and Institutional Strategies and Counter-Terrorism
Victor V. Ramraj

Chapter 11: Development Policy—The New Anti-Terrorism Policy?
Graham Mayeda

Chapter 12: Civil Remedies for Terrorism and State Immunity
François Larocque

About the Editors and Authors

List of Participants, The Human Rights of Anti-terrorism: A Colloquium, Ottawa, 14–16 June 2006


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