Illiberal practices of liberal regimes: The (in)security games: A multilingual series
The promise of the traditional liberal state was to preserve the liberal order inside, while the realm of the outside was thought to be condemned to be dominated by resolutely illiberal state practices. What was normal within the national state borders was exceptional outside and vice versa. The police was to preserve civil peace inside, … Continue reading Illiberal practices of liberal regimes: The (in)security games: A multilingual series
The field of the EU internal security agencies
This volume exemplifies the general theory of a field of professionals of security (in the line of our first book Illiberal Practices of Liberal Regimes) and proposes a map of die European internal security agencies (Europol, Eurojust, Frontex, OLAF). It insists on the relations between the agencies in order to give a better idea of … Continue reading The field of the EU internal security agencies
This collective volume gathers a series of security-related briefing notes. In analysing the conceptual frame and several operational aspects of the EU Justine and Home Affairs policies, the contributors address the issue of the current state of democratic control in the law enforcement realm. The insights they offer us into the many different stakes lying beneath … Continue reading Controlling Security.
Au nom du 11 septembre… Les démocraties à l’épreuve de l’antiterrorisme.
Since the 1990s, and especially since the attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States and States of the European Union have stepped up efforts to meet the threat of “Islamic terrorism”: tougher legislation, strengthening cooperation against terrorism international, open or clandestine activities often violate international law. And the effects produced by stunning and spectacular … Continue reading Au nom du 11 septembre… Les démocraties à l’épreuve de l’antiterrorisme.