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National security law : Canadian practice in international perspective /
Craig Forcese.
Toronto : Irwin Law, 2008.
xxix, 655 p. ; 23 cm.
9781552211441 :
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Toronto : Irwin Law, 2008.
9781552211441 :
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Setting the Stagep. 1
Defining National Securityp. 3
Dilemmas in National Security Lawp. 14
National Security Structurep. 53
The Institutional Framework for National Security Lawp. 55
The Institutional Framework in Times of Emergencyp. 114
Key National Security Objectivesp. 139
Protecting against International Insecurity and Armed Attackp. 141
Countering Terrorism at the International Levelp. 179
Countering Terrorism at the National Levelp. 255
Limiting Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destructionp. 301
Protecting Public Safety and Healthp. 351
National Security Tools and Techniquesp. 375
Secrecyp. 377
Surveillancep. 434
Intelligence Sharingp. 477
Interception and Interdictionp. 504
Detentionp. 511
Interrogationsp. 591
Table of Casesp. 621
Indexp. 000
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