Vol 7 (1): January-February 1997


Cover story: EU and FBI launch global surveillance system

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Belgium: Nine liaison officers appointed

UN/UK/Canada: Fighting terrorism

EU: EU-US extradition deal off

Schengen: Six months work programme

Netherlands: SIS not working well

EU: Informal Justice and Home Affairs Council

UK: Lawrence: whose contempt?

Germany: Lawyer surveilled

Netherlands: Intelligence targets revealed

Denmark: Police gave Turkey report on Kurds in Denmark

Spain: Two stowaways found dead at Pasaia harbour

Spain: Ceuta and Melilla immigrants moved to Spain

Spain: Decline in asylum requests

Poland: Detainees released

Germany: Fatal asylum policy

Belgium: Polish-Belgian treaty

Netherlands: Opstand case “settlement”

Netherlands: German police raid Dutch magazine

Netherlands: Ravage Takes State to Court

UK: Bridgewater 4 cleared after 18 years

UK: Policeman jailed for drug smuggling

UK: Police assault: exemplary damages limited

UK: Police Federation condemn Gay Times ad

Spain: Police files on “suspicion” alone

Spain: Police files on homosexuals

Belgium: Police raid Kurdish centre

Belgium: Demands for tighter controls on pepper sprays

Belgium: Crisis in Belgian Justice

Italy: “Witch hunt” against Italian anarchists

France/Germany: Franco-German agreement sets common nuclear agenda

WEU: First exercise

Denmark: Nazis send letter bombs to UK

France: Front National victory

Netherlands: Privacy laws criticised



UK: Immigration policy in practice

UK: Permanent anti-terrorist law proposed

EU: Whither the “third pillar”? Hello “Schengenland”?

JHA Council by-passed


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