WHEN THE EMERGENCY CREATES PATHOLOGIES: POWERS AND LIMITS TO THE STATE OF EMERGENCY IN THE ISRAELI EXPERIENCE. SECURITY V. LIBERTY?

  • Dimitris Liakopoulos Tufts University

Resumo

Nossa pesquisa atual enfoca a análise de instrumentos de combate ao terrorismo no sistema israelense, levando em conta a abordagem composta do fenômeno adotado por ela. As decisões mais importantes da Suprema Corte são examinadas, em particular, sobre o problema de equilibrar a segurança com os direitos humanos, por meio de uma análise da jurisprudência sobre assassinatos seletivos, presunções de perigo e métodos de interrogatório.

Biografia do Autor

Dimitris Liakopoulos, Tufts University

Full Professor of European Union Law at the Fletcher School-Tufts University (MA in international law and MA of Arts in Law and diplomacy). Full Professor of International and European Criminal and Procedural Law at the De Haagse Hogenschool-The Hague. Attorney at Law a New York and Bruxelles. ORCID ID: 0000-0002-1048-6468

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2019-05-15
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