The wider framework of immigration and asylum law, in the context of the issues addressed by this book, is covered elsewhere (Chapter 22, Kees Wouters). One related legal principle, of increasing significance in counter-terrorism discourse, is that of non-refoulement, which is examined by Ana Salinas de Frías (Chapter 5). Her chapter includes a discussion of the content of this principle, namely the prohibition on expelling individuals in circumstances where the expulsion would expose them to a real risk of being subjected to absolutely prohibited ill-treatment....
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