Al-Qaida on the counter-terrorism list
The United Nations Security Council maintains a list of individuals and entities associated with the Taliban. This ‘Al-Qaida list’ is now used as a pre-emptive legal weapon to disrupt global terrorist networks and their supporters worldwide. Gavin Sullivan critically examines the UN’s Al-Quada counterterrorism listing regime as a novel form of global security law. He shows how the list works as an ordering device to render the uncertain threats of global terrorism amenable to legal intervention.
G.T. Sullivan: The Law of the List: UN Counterterrorism Sanctions and the Politics of Global Security Law.
Prof. M. de Goede
Dr M. Valverde (University of Toronto)
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