To reconcile security concerns and the rule of law is always a tricky business. Measures taken against terrorism and suspected terrorists constitute a particularly sensitive area in this regard. But they are far from being in a legal limbo. On the contrary, one can discern a plethora of international, regional, and national rules which may be relevant in a counter-terrorism context. First, there is a considerable number of international conventions aimed at combating the scourge of terrorism rather than addressing the problem of how to reconcile security...
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