Anneliese Baldaccini is a Committee Specialist for the House of Lords European Union Committee. She was previously Human Rights Legal Officer for JUSTICE, the British section of the International Commission of Jurists, working on UK and EU asylum law and policy. She is the author of Asylum Support: A practitioners’ guide to the EU Reception Directive (Justice, 2005), and of various reports and articles in the field of asylum, immigration and non-discrimination.
Elspeth Guild is Professor of European Migration Law at the University of Nijmegen, Netherlands, and also a partner at the London law firm Kingsley Napley. She is the author of a number of books on the development of citizenship, immigration and asylum law at the European and national levels. She lectures widely in Europe on the subject.
Table of contents
Foreword Elspeth Guild; Introduction Anneliese Baldaccini; Part I The European Dimension: Chapter 1 From Gulf War to Gulf War – Years of Security Concern in Immigration and Asylum Policies at European Level Nils Coleman; Chapter 2 The Role and Limits of the European Court of Human Rights in Supervising State Security and Anti-terrorism Measures Affecting Aliens’ Rights Nicholas Sitaropoulos; Part II Responses at the National Level: Chapter 3 The Response of the United Kingdom’s Legal and Constitutional Orders to the 1991 Gulf War and the Post-9/11 ‘War’ on Terrorism David Bonner and Ryszard Cholewinski; Chapter 4 Immigration, Asylum, and Terrorism: How Do They interrelate in Germany? Ulrike Davy; Chapter 5 The Changes in Laws on Immigration and Asylum in France in Response to Terrorist Fears Claire Saas; Chapter 6 The Impact of Terrorism on Immigration and Asylum Law in the Netherlands Hinde Chergui and Helen Oosterom-Staples; Chapter 7 Terrorism, Asylum and Immigration in Italian Law Paolo Bonetti; Annexes; List of Contributors; Index.