Turkey: Terrorism, Civil Rights, and the European Union

1st Edition

Yonah Alexander, Edgar H. Brenner, Serhat Tutuncuoglu Krause

Routledge
Published April 28, 2014
Reference - 3 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138011366 - CAT# Y164555

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Summary

How do democratic societies maintain the balance between civil rights and security while continuing the fight on global terrorism? This work raises this issue and presents one country, Turkey, and its struggle to implement laws to combat terrorism and comply with the European Union’s civil rights standards.

A collection of materials that reflects the legal responses in combating terrorism is an essential volume in any academic and professional collection as it provides a case-specific reference point in the fields of EU politics, law, and international relations. Turkey contains translations, contextual notes, and explanations from the editors of over 112 Turkish and EU documents ranging from martial law, PKK terror, Turkey-EU relations, human rights, and Turkish reforms. This resource book enables the reader to gauge Turkey’s prospects for success in establishing an effective government that at the same time protects the rights of the individual.

This book will prove a valuable source for students and researchers of international politics, international relations and security studies.

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