Terrorism and Human Rights: A Decade of Canadian Practices
25 Pages Posted: 20 Feb 2011
Date Written: February 16, 2011
Almost a decade after 9/11, this paper seeks to assess the broad implications of the resurgence of fears about terrorism on the practice of human rights in Canada. It analyzes that impact from the point of view of an increased national security apparatus, modifications to the judicial process, and terrorism's role in framing human rights issues in a transnational light.
Keywords: international law, human rights, terrorism
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