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Edited by Maurice Adams and Mark Van Hoecke

This cutting-edge book facilitates debate amongst scholars in law, humanities and social sciences, where comparative methodology is far less well anchored in most areas compared to other research methods. It posits that these are disciplines in which comparative research is not simply a bonus, but is of the essence.
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Edited by Maurice Adams and Mark Van Hoecke

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Edited by Adrienne Héritier and Johannes Karremans

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Edited by Adrienne Héritier and Johannes Karremans

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Regulating Finance in Europe

Policy Effects and Political Accountability

Edited by Adrienne Héritier and Johannes Karremans

This timely book presents an in-depth investigation of who benefits from European financial market regulatory measures and how decision-makers and stakeholders are held politically and administratively accountable. The extensive study illustrates the full range of the actors involved in key regulatory processes such as the regulation of high-frequency trading and the activities of central-clearing counterparties.
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Counterterrorism and Investigative Detention

International and Comparative Legal Evolution

Dan E. Stigall

Counterterrorism and Investigative Detention explores the practice of investigative detention of terrorist suspects in the legal systems of the United States, the United Kingdom, and France. In addition to illuminating the characteristics, capabilities, and limitations of various investigative detention regimes, this book examines ways in which international law and national security imperatives have served as vectors for change and convergence in these otherwise divergent legal systems.
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Colonel Christopher P. Costa

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Dan E. Stigall

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Multilateralism in the New Cold War

Frank Vibert

This timely book explores a critical new juncture where globalisation is in retreat and global norms of behaviour are not converging. Frank Vibert provides an expert analysis on how this situation has arisen from a combination of changes in the relative power and position of nations and the different values behind the organisation of domestic government in democracies and authoritarian states.
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Frank Vibert