This handbook book examines the regional and international dynamics of the Middle East. The 28 chapters include the world's leading scholars of the Middle East and International Relations (IR) in order to make sense of the region.
Warzones are sometimes described as lawless, but this is rarely the case. Armed insurgents often replace the state as the provider of law and justice in areas under their authority. Based on extensive field work, Rebel Courts offers a compelling insight into the judicial governance of armed groups, a phenomenon never studied comprehensively until now.
This book provides the first comprehensive doctrinal and comparative study to examine the influence of the fundamental human right to respect for private life on data retention within EU law, specifically communications data and passenger name record data, for the purpose of countering serious crime.