Publications

This section allows you to access several publications on extraterritorial obligations.

At this stage, you will be able to see publications by the ETO Consortium as well as compilations edited by academics (most of whom are members of the ETO Consortium).

Note! We will shortly have larger databases available: a collection of articles and books by academics. And at later stage two databases bringing together ETO-related publications by civil-society organizations and UN pronouncements on ETOs.

Beneath, you can access key publications: those by the ETO Consortium, all open access articles of the Routledge Handbook on Extraterritorial Human Rights Obligations, as well as some other useful articles.

Extraordinary rendition. A classic example of the USA avoiding ETOs as seen from Europe

Extraordinary rendition. A classic example of the USA avoiding ETOs as seen from Europe

This chapter examines the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) extraordinary rendition programme from the perspective of its consequences for European states which provided assistance. Extraordinary rendition, the term given to the kidnapping by US state officials (CIA) of persons suspected of terrorist involvement from the state where they are present and their (involuntary) transport to another […]