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Extraordinary Rendition : Addressing the Challenges of Accountability

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Extraordinary Rendition : Addressing the Challenges of Accountability
Title
Extraordinary Rendition
Title remainder
Addressing the Challenges of Accountability
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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Guild, Elspeth
Dewey number
323.49
LC call number
KF9635 .E98 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Bigo, Didier
  • Gibney, Mark
Series statement
Routledge Studies in Human Rights Ser
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  • Abduction-United States
  • Detention of persons-United States
  • Extraordinary rendition-United States
  • Human rights-Government policy-United States
  • Torture-United States
Label
Extraordinary Rendition : Addressing the Challenges of Accountability
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Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Book outline -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- PART I: The Feinstein Report and its broader implications -- 1. The US Senate Select Intelligence Committee report (Feinstein Report) on the CIA extraordinary rendition programme: Perspectives from Europe -- Introduction -- The Senate Intelligence Committee report -- The findings -- European cooperation with the CIA extraordinary rendition programme - from the Feinstein study -- The instability of CIA cooperation with European and other partners -- The isolation of the CIA -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 2. Dramaturgy of suspicion and the emergence of a transnational guild of extraction of information by torture at a distance -- Scrutinising the CIA programme(s) and the transnational practices of the professionals of extraction of information via the US Senate Select Intelligence Committee report disclosures -- State of exception, state terrorism, state crime: Three co-constitutive illusions about the unicity of the state provided by the dramaturgy of counterterror -- Notes -- References -- 3. Foreign "liaison partners" and the CIA's economy of detention -- Introduction -- Analytical breakdown: Categorising "liaison partner" activity -- Capture -- Pre-CIA and "proxy" detention -- Should the CIA run its own prisons abroad? Internal discussions -- Hosting and running prisons: Foreign partners, the CIA and the economy of detention -- Medical treatment -- Unused detention facilities -- The endgame and the dwindling pool -- Transfers out -- Subsidiary sites -- Responses from European partners: A sketch -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- PART II: Achieving accountability?
  • 4. Extraordinary renditions: A practice beyond traditional justice -- Introduction -- Extraordinary renditions: History and main features -- The practice of extraordinary renditions and international law -- The Maher Arar case -- The Binyam Mohamed Habashi case -- The European Court of Human Rights and extraordinary rendition: The El-Masri and Abu Omar cases -- Concluding remarks -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 5. The Polish roadmap to accountability: Why the implementation of Al Nashiri and Abu Zubaydah judgements is so highly problematic -- European Court of Human Rights judgements on CIA extraordinary rendition -- What needs to be implemented? -- Just satisfaction -- Diplomatic assurances -- Effective investigation -- General measures -- Why is implementation of the ECtHR judgements in rendition cases still a challenge in Poland? -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 6. The UK: The role of rendition and torture in the battle to end judicial deference -- Before Guantánamo: The limits of judicial deference -- 'Rendition to justice' -- Forget the 'justice': Extraordinary rendition and torture -- The courts and torture evidence -- Parliamentary inquiries into complicity in torture -- Binyam Mohamed's case: The opening of Pandora's box -- The government response: The Gibson inquiry -- The Libyan renditions -- The Belhaj litigation -- Detention and complicity in Iraq and Afghanistan -- The government response: Extension of secret evidence -- The courts fight back -- Deportation with assurances -- Conclusion -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 7. Extraordinary rendition, secrecy and the UK Security Constitution -- The road to secrecy -- Extraordinary rendition and the closed material procedure -- Common histories: The institutionalisation of secrecy in the UK -- Extraordinary rendition and the security constitution -- Cases -- Notes
  • References -- 8. The quest for absolution and immunity: Justifying past and future torture in the name of democracy -- Introduction -- Efficiency over law: Rationalization of exculpatory preventive torture -- Extraction of information: Justifying torture beyond bodies -- Notes -- References -- PART III: (Re-)establishing the rule of law -- 9. Extraordinary rendition, the American judiciary, and the failure of the "territorial" approach in both international and domestic law -- 9/11 and the advent of the global war on terror -- Extraordinary rendition -- International law and state responsibility -- The territorial limits of U.S. domestic law -- Conclusion -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 10. Democratic oversight and the CIA's extraordinary rendition programme in Europe -- Secrecy. Transnational operations. Weakness of oversights. Democratic societies: The puzzle. -- Investigation regarding the limits of effective oversight in the CIA extraordinary rendition programme: A European assessment -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 11. The International Criminal Court Prosecutor's preliminary examination on Afghanistan and possible impacts on accountability for secret detention and rendition -- Introduction -- Relevant jurisdictional provisions -- History of the preliminary examination -- The subject matter analysis: Crimes of extraordinary rendition as crimes under the Rome Statute -- Complementarity -- Gravity -- Interests of justice -- Why the ICC Prosecutor's engagement is important -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5351921
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (326 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351172875
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5351921
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5351921
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11546678
  • (OCoLC)1032707775
Label
Extraordinary Rendition : Addressing the Challenges of Accountability
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of illustrations -- List of contributors -- Introduction -- Book outline -- Concluding remarks -- Notes -- References -- PART I: The Feinstein Report and its broader implications -- 1. The US Senate Select Intelligence Committee report (Feinstein Report) on the CIA extraordinary rendition programme: Perspectives from Europe -- Introduction -- The Senate Intelligence Committee report -- The findings -- European cooperation with the CIA extraordinary rendition programme - from the Feinstein study -- The instability of CIA cooperation with European and other partners -- The isolation of the CIA -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 2. Dramaturgy of suspicion and the emergence of a transnational guild of extraction of information by torture at a distance -- Scrutinising the CIA programme(s) and the transnational practices of the professionals of extraction of information via the US Senate Select Intelligence Committee report disclosures -- State of exception, state terrorism, state crime: Three co-constitutive illusions about the unicity of the state provided by the dramaturgy of counterterror -- Notes -- References -- 3. Foreign "liaison partners" and the CIA's economy of detention -- Introduction -- Analytical breakdown: Categorising "liaison partner" activity -- Capture -- Pre-CIA and "proxy" detention -- Should the CIA run its own prisons abroad? Internal discussions -- Hosting and running prisons: Foreign partners, the CIA and the economy of detention -- Medical treatment -- Unused detention facilities -- The endgame and the dwindling pool -- Transfers out -- Subsidiary sites -- Responses from European partners: A sketch -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- PART II: Achieving accountability?
  • 4. Extraordinary renditions: A practice beyond traditional justice -- Introduction -- Extraordinary renditions: History and main features -- The practice of extraordinary renditions and international law -- The Maher Arar case -- The Binyam Mohamed Habashi case -- The European Court of Human Rights and extraordinary rendition: The El-Masri and Abu Omar cases -- Concluding remarks -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 5. The Polish roadmap to accountability: Why the implementation of Al Nashiri and Abu Zubaydah judgements is so highly problematic -- European Court of Human Rights judgements on CIA extraordinary rendition -- What needs to be implemented? -- Just satisfaction -- Diplomatic assurances -- Effective investigation -- General measures -- Why is implementation of the ECtHR judgements in rendition cases still a challenge in Poland? -- Conclusions -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 6. The UK: The role of rendition and torture in the battle to end judicial deference -- Before Guantánamo: The limits of judicial deference -- 'Rendition to justice' -- Forget the 'justice': Extraordinary rendition and torture -- The courts and torture evidence -- Parliamentary inquiries into complicity in torture -- Binyam Mohamed's case: The opening of Pandora's box -- The government response: The Gibson inquiry -- The Libyan renditions -- The Belhaj litigation -- Detention and complicity in Iraq and Afghanistan -- The government response: Extension of secret evidence -- The courts fight back -- Deportation with assurances -- Conclusion -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 7. Extraordinary rendition, secrecy and the UK Security Constitution -- The road to secrecy -- Extraordinary rendition and the closed material procedure -- Common histories: The institutionalisation of secrecy in the UK -- Extraordinary rendition and the security constitution -- Cases -- Notes
  • References -- 8. The quest for absolution and immunity: Justifying past and future torture in the name of democracy -- Introduction -- Efficiency over law: Rationalization of exculpatory preventive torture -- Extraction of information: Justifying torture beyond bodies -- Notes -- References -- PART III: (Re-)establishing the rule of law -- 9. Extraordinary rendition, the American judiciary, and the failure of the "territorial" approach in both international and domestic law -- 9/11 and the advent of the global war on terror -- Extraordinary rendition -- International law and state responsibility -- The territorial limits of U.S. domestic law -- Conclusion -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 10. Democratic oversight and the CIA's extraordinary rendition programme in Europe -- Secrecy. Transnational operations. Weakness of oversights. Democratic societies: The puzzle. -- Investigation regarding the limits of effective oversight in the CIA extraordinary rendition programme: A European assessment -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- 11. The International Criminal Court Prosecutor's preliminary examination on Afghanistan and possible impacts on accountability for secret detention and rendition -- Introduction -- Relevant jurisdictional provisions -- History of the preliminary examination -- The subject matter analysis: Crimes of extraordinary rendition as crimes under the Rome Statute -- Complementarity -- Gravity -- Interests of justice -- Why the ICC Prosecutor's engagement is important -- Cases -- Notes -- References -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC5351921
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (326 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351172875
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC5351921
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL5351921
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11546678
  • (OCoLC)1032707775

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