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Suppressing The Financing Of Terrorism: Some Cases Pending Before The Court Of Justice Of The European Communities

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The counter-terrorism measure of creating black lists in the United Nations and other regional spheres, in particular the European Union, has brought significant changes, not only in public international law, but also in community law and by extension, domestic law. This chapter examines matters which are taken from a subjective choice of cases which demonstrate the legal modifications under discussion which originated in the changes in international law after 9/11. One of the most important recent changes in anti-money laundering measures has been the creation of binding obligations for law professionals. The chapter also examines what can be classified as structural issues to the extent that they directly affect the way the lists are produced in the United Nations and the European Union.

Keywords: anti-money laundering measures; counter-terrorism; European Union; international law; United Nations



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