HUNGARY: HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE FACE OF TERRORISM
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Special English Edition of Fundanentum (Human Rights Quarterly)

By Gábor Halmai, ed.

VANDEPLAS PUBLISHING: HUMAN RIGHTS SERIES 1

This book is a special English edition of Fundamentum. It contains a collection of papers on Human Rights in Hungary which are under pressure in this new era of terrorism. The following topics are covered:

* An Assessment of the Destruction of Rogue Civil Aircraft under International Law and Constitutional Law by Gábor Sulyok

* Ethnic Discrimination and the War Against Terrorism - The Case of Hungary by András Lászó Pap

* "Presidents should not be authorised to declare an emergency on their own authority." Interview with Bruce Ackerman by Gábor Halmai

* The Police Act and the National Security Act in Service of the Fight Against Terrorism by István Szikinger

* Public order and security versus rule of law in transition countries by Gábor Halmai

* Though Liberties: Perplexed about Terrorism by Ádám Földes

* Violent radicalisation in Hungary by Gábor Halmai

* From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism: Did September 11 have an Impact on Hungarian Law Enforcement? By Ferenc Köszeg

* Terrorism, Constitutionalism, Sovereignty by Zoltán Miklósi

2006, Soft cover, 117 pages