Table of contents for Executive measures, terrorism, and national security : have the rules of the game changed? / by David Bonner.

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Contents
Foreword	vii
Preface	ix
Acknowledgments	x
List of Abbreviations	ix
Part I	Introduction
1	Themes and Concepts	3
Part II	Before 9/11: United Kingdom and Empire 1905¿2001
2	Dealing with the ¿Enemy at Home¿ during Two World Wars	45
3	Political violence and the Irish Question	69
4	Undesirable ¿Aliens¿: Immigration Control and Deportation	103
5	Withdrawal from Empire: the Malayan, Cyprus and Kenyan Emergencies	135
Part III	After 9/11: Have the Rules of the Game Changed?
6	Overview and Context	203
7	The Nature and Use of Executive Measures after 9/11	217
8	Challenge Mechanisms	265
9	Legal Challenge and Human Rights	289
Part IV	Conclusion
10	Retrospective and Reflective	345
Bibliography	355
Index		367

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

War and emergency powers -- Great Britain -- History.
Executive power -- Great Britain.
Terrorism -- Great Britain.
National security -- Great Britain.
Human rights -- Great Britain.