Lippert, Randy K.

National Security, Surveillance and Terror

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Table of contents

1. Interrogating National Security, Surveillance, and Terror in Canada and Australia
Kevin Walby, Randy K. Lippert, Ian Warren, Darren Palmer

Part I. Introduction: Thinking About National Security, Surveillance and Terror

2. One Warrant to Rule Them All: Reconsidering the Judicialisation of Extraterritorial Intelligence Collection
Craig Forcese

3. Australian National Security Intelligence Collection Since 9/11: Policy and Legislative Challenges
Patrick F. Walsh

4. The Supreme Court of Canada Presents: The Surveillant Charter and the Judicial Creation of Police Powers in Canada
Richard Jochelson, Mark Doerksen

5. Assemblage, Counter-Law and the Legal Architecture of Australian Covert Surveillance
Brendon Murphy, John Anderson

Part II. Introduction: Case Studies in Comparative Perspective

6. The Australian Security Continuum: National and Corporate Security Gaps from a Surveillance Language Perspective
David Brooks, Jeffery Corkill, Michael Coole

7. Securitising ‘National Interests’: Canadian Federal Government Departments, Corporate Security Creep, and Security Regimes
Kevin Walby, Randy K. Lippert, James Gacek

8. The ‘Security of Security’: Making Up the Australian Intelligence Community 1975–2015
Darren Palmer, Ian Warren

9. Justifying Insecurity: Canada’s Response to Terrorist Threat Circa 2015
Erin Gibbs Van Brunschot

Part III. Introduction: National Security, Surveillance and Terror: Issues and Dilemmas

10. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Law Enforcement in Australia and Canada: Governance Through ‘Privacy’ in an Era of Counter-Law?
Adam Molnar, Christopher Parsons

11. The Canada–US Shiprider Programme, Jurisdiction and the Crime–Security Nexus
Anna C. Pratt

12. Intelligence and National Security: Australian Dilemmas Post-9/11
David Martin Jones

13. The Day the Border Died? The Canadian Border as Checkpoint in an Age of Hemispheric Security and Surveillance
Benjamin J. Muller

14. Surveillance and the Colonial Dream: Canada’s Surveillance of Indigenous Self-Determination
Tia Dafnos, Scott Thompson, Martin French

Keywords: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Critical Criminology, Policing, Crime and Society, Prison and Punishment, Terrorism and Political Violence

Publication year
Crime Prevention and Security Management
Page amount
27 pages
Upbringing, Education
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