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Bulletin 16.1: Kidnapped by the State: Extraordinary Rendition and Secret Detention

Area Date
Europe
North America
Africa
05/05/2010
Programme Keywords
Security and the Rule of Law
Movement
Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment
Torture
Fair Hearing
Liberty & Security
Remedies

INTERIGHTS Bulletin, Volume 16 Number 1: Kidnapped by the State: Extraordinary Rendition and Secret Detention in the ‘War on Terror’
Edited by Vesselina Vandova and Rachel Fleetwood

Contents

Editorial
Vesselina Vandova

Extraordinary Rendition and International Law
Helen Duffy

Blindfolded, Handcuffed and Carted Off: An Appraisal of Unlawful Transfers as a Response to Security Threats in Africa
Judy Oder

Litigating Extraordinary Renditions
Wolfgang Kaleck and Andreas Schüller

CIA Secret Detention Places in Poland: Current Legal Developments
Adam Bodnar

USA Challenges to the ‘Extraordinary Rendition’ Programme
Ben Wizner and Steven Watt

The Case of Binyam Mohamed
Rachel Fleetwood

Extracts from the Joint Study on global practices in relation to secret detention in the context of countering terrorism (January 2010)

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