Studien zu Policey, Kriminalitätsgeschichte und Konfliktregulierung

The Transnationalisation of Criminal Law in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century: Political Crime, Police Cooperation, Security Regimes and Normative Orders

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The Transnationalisation of Criminal Law in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century: Political Crime, Police Cooperation, Security Regimes and Normative Orders

Studien zu Policey, Kriminalitätsgeschichte und Konfliktregulierung

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Edited by Karl Härter, Tina Hannappel & Conrad Tyrichter

Studien zu Policey, Kriminalitätsgeschichte und
Konfliktregulierung Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann 2019. VI, 238 p.

ISSN 1612-7730
ISBN 978-3-465-04391-1


The volume contains nine case studies on the recent history of transnational criminal law, having emerged from current international research projects. The papers cover cross-border political crime and security threats, extradition and expulsion, police cooperation and international expert discussions on social crime and torture. The focus is less on event-historical phenomena, and more on transnational legal-political interactions of different actors. The contributions thus analyse the historical development of transnational criminal law as a form of temporally, spatially and legally limited criminal law and security regimes. As a result, the volume shows that the investigated transnationalisation of criminal law in the 19th and 20th centuries did not lead to a cohesive normative order, and thus offers legal-historical interpretations of current problems in international criminal law.

Content

Karl Härter
The Transnationalisation of Criminal Law in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century: Political Crime, Police Cooperation, Security Regimes and Normative Orders – an Introduction | 1

Jean Conrad Tyrichter
The Formation of Transnational Criminal Law within the German Confederation: a Normative Order? | 21

Diego Nunes
Extradition and Political Crimes in the ‘International Fight against Crime’: Western Europe and Latin America, 1833–1933 | 41

Tina Hannappel
Extradition and Expulsion as Instruments of Transnational Security Regimes against Anarchism in the Late Nineteenth Century | 65

Holger Marcks
Who’s the Criminal? Anarchist Assassinations and
the Normative Conflict about Legitimate Violence | 99

Wouter Klem
‘Hurray for the Iron Man!’ Chief Police Commissioner Willem Voormolen and the Dutch Attempt to Join the International Anti-Anarchist Struggle | 133

Jens Jäger
The Making of International Police Cooperation, 1880–1923 | 171

Richard Bach Jensen
The Rise and Fall of the ‘Social Crime’ in Legal Theory and International Law: The Failure to Create a New Normative Order to Regularize Terrorism, 1880–1930s | 197

Sylvia Kesper-Biermann
Security, Transnational Law and Emotions. The History of the Transnational Anti-Torture Regime from the Enlightenment to the 1984 United Nations Convention Against Torture | 213

 
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