Routledge advances in international relations and global politics ; 86.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction:The "war on terror" and the growth of executive power? : a comparative analysis /John E. Owens and Riccardo Pelizzo Congressional acquiesence to presidentialism in the US "war on terror" : from Bush to Obama /John E. Owens Parliamentary scrutiny and oversight of the British "war on terror" : surrendering power to Parliament or plus ça change? /Mark Shephard Putin, parliament and presidential exploitation of the terrorist threat /Thomas F. Remington Bipartisanship, partnership and bicameralism in Australia's "war on terror" : forcing limits on the extension of executive power /Phil Larkin and John Uhr Canada's "war on terror, " parliamentary assertiveness and minority government /Jonathan Malloy Israel's prolonged war against terror : from executive domination to executive-legislative dialogue /Chen Friedberg and Reuven Y. Hazan Nihil novi sub sole? : executive power, the Italian Parlamento and the "war on terror" /Riccardo Pelizzo Reformasi and the Indonesian "war on terror" : state, military and legislative-executive relations in an emerging democracy /Edward V. Schneier.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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