As was explained in the introduction, the current volume examines what the rule of law means in the context of counter-terrorism. In particular, it focuses on four sets of principles which form the backbone of the existing international rule of law framework and UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy (UN CT Strategy),1 namely international human rights, humanitarian, criminal, and refugee/immigration law, in addition to the UN Charter and general principles of international law. In each of the subsequent chapters, there is detailed examination of many specific...
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