Roach-- Kent

Stumbling Toward Total Information Awareness: The Security of Canada Information Sharing Act

Geography: Canada
Year: 2015

Terrorist Babble and the Limits of Law: Assessing a Prospective Canadian Terrorism Glorification Offence

Legislating in Fearful and Politicized Times: The Limits of Bill C-51’s Disruption Powers in Making us Safer

Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2015
Description:

About the Book: The violent attacks on journalists at Charlie Hebdo and shoppers in a Jewish supermarket in Paris in January 2015 left seventeen dead and shocked the world. In – …

TSAS WP16-04: Bridging the National Security Accountability Gap: A Three-Part System to Modernize Canada’s Inadequate Review of National Security

Publisher: TSAS
Geography: Canada
Year: 2016
Description:

This paper examines existing challenges associated with the current structure of national security accountability review in Canada. It then draws on best practices in other jurisdictions to propose a systematic – …

TSAS WP15-02: Terrorist Babble and the Limits of the Law: Assessing a Prospective Canadian Terrorism Glorification Offence

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2015
Description:

Since 2007, the Canadian government has repeatedly expressed interest in a terrorism “glorification” offence, responding to internet materials regarded by officials as terrorist propaganda and as promoting “radicalization”. In the – …

When Secret Intelligence Becomes Evidence: Some Implications of Khadr and Charkaoui II

Author(s): Roach-- Kent
Geography: Canada, North America
Year: 2009
Description:

Khadr and Charkaoui II highlighted that the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (“CSIS”) has constitutional and statutory obligations to retain and disclose secret intelligence. (Source: Publication).

The Unique Challenges of Terrorism Prosecutions: Towards a Workable Relation between Intelligence and Evidence

Author(s): Roach-- Kent
Year: 2010
Description:

The focus in this study isle on the unique challenges presented by terrorism prosecutions especially those relating to the disclosure of otherwise secret intelligence. (Source: Publication).