A Critical Assessment of the Implementation of Security Council Resolution 1373
Ben Saul (Ed.), Research Handbook on International Law and Terrorism (Edward Elgar Publishing 2014)
19 Pages Posted: 22 Apr 2014 Last revised: 14 Jul 2014
Date Written: 2014
This work studies the content of Security Council Res 1373, its organic and procedural structure, and later explores the path traveled during more than a decade of implementation with its main achievements and shortcomings. The singular organic structure established to supervise the implementation of the Resolution offers an interesting testing ground to analyse future trends of global governance to safeguard common universal interests. This contribution concludes with some reflections on the future of counter-terrorist cooperation in the United Nations (UN) and a proposal to create a UN Counter-Terrorist Agency.
Keywords: Security Council, Terrorism, United Nations, Resolution 1373, UN Counter-Terrorist Committee
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