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491.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.653

Book Review: An Introduction to Genetic Engineering, Life Sciences and the Law by George Wei
Ng-Loy, Wee Loon  •  [2002] Sing JLS 653 (Dec)

492.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.655

Book Review: Corporate Governance: An Asian-Pacific Critique (edited by Low Chee Keong)
Loke, Alexander  •  [2002] Sing JLS 655 (Dec)

493.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.659

Book Review: The Law of Subsidies under the GATT/WTO System by Marc Benitah
Minn, Niang Oo  •  [2002] Sing JLS 659 (Dec)

494.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.660

Book Review: Butterworths Core Text: Evidence by Roderick Munday
Sim, Disa  •  [2002] Sing JLS 660 (Dec)

495.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.662

Book Review: Breach of Trust edited by Peter Birks and Adrianna Pretto
Low, Fatt Kin Kelvin  •  [2002] Sing JLS 662 (Dec)

496.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.665

Book Review: Indonesian Security Interests: Analysis over Undang-Undang Hak Tanggungan and Undang-Undang Fidusia by Iming M Tesalonika
Hekker, Gerard  •  [2002] Sing JLS 665 (Dec)

497.  DECEMBER 2002 Issue
p.667

Book Review: Commonwealth Construction Cases - The Singapore Perspective by Philip CF Chan
Hwang, Michael  •  [2002] Sing JLS 667 (Dec)

498.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.1

Terrorism, Security, and Rights: A New Dialogue
Ramraj, Victor V  •  [2002] Sing JLS 1 (Jul)
This article constitutes a general introduction to this special feature on anti-terrorism legislation, consisting of nine contributions covering developments in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada. It identifies six main themes covered in these contributions: the apparent overbreadth and redundancy of the legislation; the suppression of the financing of terrorists; various criminal law problems, such as the lack of adequate mens rea components; tensions between anti-terrorism measures, including internal security legislation, and constitutional safeguards; the concentration of powers in the executive; and the relationship between domestic and international law.

499.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.16

International Terrorism: The British Response
Harding, Christopher  •  [2002] Sing JLS 16 (Jul)
This article examines the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act enacted in the United Kingdom in response to the September 11 attacks in the United States last year. The article first identifies the critical framework of the discussion by analysing the reactive quality of the debate on terrorism and questioning the effectiveness of anti-terrorist legislation. The article then considers the concept of terrorism under UK law, before turning to a more specific discussion of the Act, particularly in three areas: tracking terrorist finance, detention and identification of suspected offenders and security measures. Finally, Part IX of the article also provides a European dimension in its discussion on some European Union anti-terrorist initiatives.

500.  JULY 2002 Issue
p.30

Terrorism and the Criminal Law: Singapore's Solution
Hor, Michael  •  [2002] Sing JLS 30 (Jul)
Singapore's legal system has always made provision for dealing with terrorism directed at Singapore - this is its historical heritage. The centre-piece is the Internal Security Act which confers the power of indefinite detention without trial. Singapore was traditionally indifferent towards terrorism targeted outside of Singapore. This stemmed from the principle of territoriality. Things changed with the enactment of the United Nations (Anti-Terrorism) Regulations 2001 - a legislation which creates extra-territorial crimes for the funding and assisting of terrorist activities outside of Singapore. This discussion considers and compares both the old and the new.

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