Konrad Lachmayer, Constititutional and Anti-Constitutional Responses to Terrorism: The Difficulty of Removing Exclusions from Constitutional Law in Economic Sanctions, Edward Elgar Publishing 2015, 28-42, edited by Michael P. Malloy.
This article was published first in City University of Hong Kong Law Review (2010), 5-18. Economic Sanctions presents, in two volumes, the leading legal scholarship of the past 12 years on the theory and practice of international economic sanctions. Edited by Michael P. Malloy, Distinguished Professor and Scholar, McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, an internationally recognized specialist in the subject, the book includes contributions from scholars and practitioners from around the globe. It covers current challenges concerning the use of sanctions as tools of anti-terrorism policy and human rights enforcement, as well as the controversy over the effectiveness of sanctions. It also explores horizon issues like the use of sanctions in support of environmental policy, health and safety, and cyber-safety.