The war on terror and the growth of executive power?

a comparative analysis
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Routledge , Milton Park Abingdon Oxon, New York
Statementedited by John E. Owens and Riccardo Pelizzo
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LC ClassificationsHV6431 .W3595 2010
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL24490342M
ISBN 139780415489331, 9780203849668
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The 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington prompted a "global war on terror" that led to a significant shift in the balance of executive-legislative power in the United States towards the executive at the expense of the Congress.

In this volume, seasoned scholars examine the extent to which terrorist threats and counter-terrorism policies led uniformly to the growth of executive or Government power Book Edition: 1st Edition.

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Perspectives on how influential a body the British parliament is vis-à-vis the executive depends upon the approach or lens adopted (Judge ; Norton ), the functions being evaluated (Packenham ), and the policies and associated political context (e.g.

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Book The "War on Terror" and the Growth of Executive Power. Keywords. Executive-legislative relations; war on terror; Disciplines.

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In pursuit of the war on terror, we have begun to blur traditional lines meant to protect civil liberty from the danger of excessive executive power: the line between the military and domestic law. Executive Power in The War on Terror. by John O. McGinnis. Saturday, December 1, T he bush administration’s legal performance in the war on terror is much like its performance in the war in Iraq.

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In both cases it had plausible objectives but employed mistaken, often counterproductive and occasionally foolish strategy. Book; The 'War on Terror' and the growth of executive power. A comparative analysis.

Owens, J. and Pelizzo, R. (ed.) The 'War on Terror' and the growth of executive power. A comparative analysis. Abingdon, Oxon by: Shephard, Mark () ‘Parliamentary Scrutiny and Oversight of the British “War on Terror”: Surrendering Power to Parliament or Plus ça change?.’, in John E.

Owens and Riccardo Pelizzo (eds), The ‘War on Terror’ and the Growth of Executive Power. (London and Author: John Owens, Mark Peter Shephard. `The War on Terror and the Growth of Executive Power.

A Comparative Analysis is an invaluable cross-national study of the balancing of institutional forces in responding to terrorism.

Summary: The "War on Terror" and the Growth of Executive Power. A Comparative Analysis is an invaluable cross-national study of the balancing of institutional forces in responding to terrorism.

The author, Chris Edelson, as both lawyer and historian, provides us with a readable, comprehensive, and compelling summary of important historical precedents for recent increases in the use of power by both the Bush and Obama administrations in the wake of 9/11/Author: Chris Edelson.

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In this volume. Introduction: the 'war on terror' and the growth of executive power. By Riccardo Pelizzo and John E. Owens. Abstract. Griffith Business School, School of Government and International RelationsNo Full Tex Topics: Comparative Government and Politics Author: Riccardo Pelizzo and John E.

Owens. Edelson explains the historical precedents of expansive executive power in his new book, Emergency Presidential Powers: From the Drafting of the Constitution to the War on Terror.

Forpurposes ofthis article, the term "waron terror" is used to describe the government's postftefforts to conlhat terrorism. Left. unexplored is whether the "war on terror" is a true war. number ofscholars have argued that it is not. See.

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RICHARD. FALLON, JR., THE DYNAMIC CONSTITUTION: AN. INTRODUCTION. AMERICAN. CONSTI11JTIONAL Author: Norman C. Bay. While some scholars have defended the Bush administrations claim to broad executive authority as part of the war on terrorism, Chemerinsky believes those.

In the War on Terror, it has become fashionable in certain circles to claim more and more unlimited powers for the chief executive of the United h legislation such as the Authorized Use of Military Force Act and the PATRIOT Act, George W. Bush and Barack Obama became among the most powerful Presidents in American history via broader executive powers.

Power, Terror, Peace, and War is a clear, concise guide to some of the most pressing issues before us, today and for the foreseeable future. With this latest book on strategy, Walter Mead cements. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full text.

In the wake of the attacks of 9/11, President George W. Bush called for a global 'War on Terror,' launching an ongoing effort to stop terrorists before they act. M y novel 99 Nights in Logar — about a small group of young boys searching for a ferocious guard dog in a small village in Logar, Afghanistan — primarily stems from a series of events I recall quite often (and quite nostalgically) from a three-month trip I took to Afghanistan in when I was twelve years I’ve lived in the shadow of the “War on Terror” sincethis.

One was an ideological focus on bolstering executive power and a consequent lack of pragmatic flexibility in choosing tactics that would maximize the chances of gaining public and judicial acceptance of its framework for detention, interrogation, and trial of terrorists as well as surveillance of individuals resident in America.

University of Chicago professor and political scientist, Robert Pape has written extensive work on suicide terrorism and states that it is triggered by military occupations, not extremist works such as Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism and Cutting the Fuse, he uses data from an extensive terrorism database and argues that by increasing military occupations.

War on terrorism, term used to describe the American-led global counterterrorism campaign launched in response to the terrorist attacks of Septem In its scope, expenditure, and impact on international relations, the war on terrorism was comparable to the Cold War; it was intended to represent a new phase in global political relations and has had important consequences.

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Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. International affairs expert and award-winning author /5. Overview. In War and the Rogue Presidency, Ivan Eland shows that almost immediately after the nation’s founding, starting with the first presidency of George Washington, the executive’s role in defense and foreign policy began expanding past what the framers of the Constitution had Constitution enshrined Congress as the dominant branch of government, giving.

"In the Bush years the hope for revivifying presidential power ended up foundering on some of the war on terror-related policies that Congress and the public ultimately perceived as too pro.

Ivan Eland (Senior Fellow, Independent Institute) reveals the breadth and depth of the broken promises—as well as some underappreciated successes—in his seventh book, Eleven Presidents: Promises vs.

Results in Achieving Limited Government, examining the record of American presidents, since the end of World War I, who pledged more or less to.