Publication
Title
Protecting human rights in the war on terror: challenging the sanctions regime originating from Resolution 1267 (1999)
Author
Abstract
ne of the realisations by the United Nations Security Council in the War on Terror, was the establishment of the 1267 terrorism list, which holds the names of individuals, groups, undertakings and entities that are thought to be associated with Al-Qaida, Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban. A Sanctions Committee has been given the task of maintaining and updating this list, whilst States are obliged to implement several sanctions on all those blacklisted. Although this record has great value and is an important tool in the fi ght against terrorism, it is also surrounded by controversy because of the multiple human rights questions it raises. Aft er a study of the origin and content of the 1267 sanctions regime, this article will mainly focus on an examination and a critical assessment of the means that are open for a subject to challenge his inclusion on the blacklist and subsequent submission to the sanctions.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Netherlands quarterly of human rights / Netherlands Institute of Human Rights [Utrecht] - Utrecht, 1989, currens
Publication
Utrecht : 2006
ISSN
0924-0519 [print]
2214-7357 [online]
Volume/pages
4(2006), p. 604-640
ISI
000202992600003
Full text (Publisher's DOI)
UAntwerpen
Faculty/Department
Research group
Publication type
Subject
Law 
External links
Web of Science
Record
Identification
Creation 14.11.2008
Last edited 13.06.2017