Vol 15(5): September-October 2005


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More openness or just a drop in the ocean? The need for Freedom of Information in the EU

Germany: Attempt to ban pro-Kurdish newspaper fails

UK: ID card benefits “exaggerated”

UK/Cuba: Amnesty calls for UK action on Guantanamo hunger strike

Netherlands: Eleven die in fire at “unsafe” detention centre

UK: Asylum seeker found hanged at Yarl’s Wood

UK: RAF officer refuses to serve in unlawful war

Spain: Concern over proceedings in Basque youth association trial

Spain: Access to information: Galicia

UK/Iraq: Families fight to force independent war inquiry

Spain: Military jet crashes into house, killing three

Italy: Worrying trends in Interior Ministry report on security

UK: New generation of shock weapons

Austria: Death of Seibane Wague

UK: Controlling prison numbers?

UK: A duty of care

UK: Inquest into the death of Arif Hussain

Features

The European Civil Liberties Network

Why terror and terrorism are the greatest test of modern journalism by Aidan White

Checking and balancing polity-building in the EU by Deirdre Curtin

The “War on terror” - Lessons from Northern Ireland by Paddy Hillyard

“The rules of the game”? by A. Sivanandan

Lex Vigilatoria - Towards a control system without a state? by Thomas Mathiesen

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