Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction: The Administration of Justice and National Security in Democracies
Christopher K. Penny
Part One: Context
Chapter 2: Islamist Terrorism: Assessing Threats to Democracy
Lorenzo Vidino
Part Two: Law and the Challenge of Terrorism
Chapter 3: Human Rights in Times of Terror: A Judicial Point of View
The Honourable Aharon Barak
Chapter 4: On Being Overinvested in Law as a Weapon Against Terrorism
The Honourable Richard A. Posner
Chapter 5: Respect des libertés individuelles et exigences de sécurité nationale : quel point d’équilibre?
Jean-Claude Marin
Chapter 6: The Administration of Justice, the Charter, and Canada’s National Security
Stanley A. Cohen
Chapter 7: Common Law and Statutory Provisions Relating to National Security
The Honourable Sir Andrew Collins
Part Three: Conducting and Reporting National Security Proceedings
Chapter 8: Terrorism Trials
The Honourable Ian Bruce Josephson
Chapter 9: Media Reporting on National Security Judicial Proceedings
The Right Honourable Lord Hutton
Part Four: Implications of Torture and Coercion
Chapter 10: Adjudicating National Security: Ethics, Counter-Terrorism, and the Administration of Justice
Angela Gendron
Chapter 11: Torture and Evidence in Criminal Matters
The Honourable Yorick Aler
Chapter 12: Deportations with Assurances: A United Kingdom Court’s Perspective
The Honourable Sir Duncan Ouseley
Part Five: National Security Oversight and Review
Chapter 13: Tests of Maturity: An Australian Perspective
Ian Carnell
Chapter 14: Intelligence Services Commissioner for the United Kingdom
The Right Honourable Sir Peter Gibson
Chapter 15: The Role of Canada’s Security Intelligence Review Committee in Safeguarding Human Rights While Protecting National Security
The Honourable Gary Filmon
List of Contributors
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