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  • 1 Hungarian Academy of Sciences Hungary
  • | 2 University of Pécs H-7622 Pécs 48-as tér 1 Hungary
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The author explores current trends in law enforcement and criminal policy. The first part of the essay focuses on the methodological and theoretical difficulties with describing the state of global crime. Special attention is given to the peculiarities of post-9/11 developments in the field of crime prevention and anti-terrorist legal regimes, a situation in which the efforts to combat terrorism have crossed the traditional boundaries of criminal law enforcement and the policy and practice of pre-emptive strikes is difficult to fit even into the recognized conceptual framework of crime prevention. Following this, the author turns to the analysis of decentralizing and privatizing public security and law enforcement and the question of security partnerships.Prior to the assessment of the concept and paradigm of human security-which is at the heart of the inquiry-Professor Korinek provides an overview of the social effects of crime and security protection, the social perception of crime and law enforcement and the interrelation of politics and criminal law. The author calls for a complex and global approach when approaching the question of liberty and security, since the traditional distinctions between the military and the police as well as domestic and external security are fading. By using a comparative methodology (incorporating a wide range of international examples along with references to Hungarian criminal policy developments and constitutional jurisprudence) the author claims that the new element in the human security approach is that it places the perspective of individuals and their communities before the security interests of the national or even the whole international community, and thus is able to resolve the dichotomy that is generally presumed to exist between human rights and security.

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Editor(s)-in-Chief: Éva Jakab

Co-Editor(s):
Viktor Lőrincz,
Fruzsina Orosz

Editor(s):
Samanatha Cheesman,
Zsuzsa Fejes,
Attila Kun,
Gábor Sulyok,
Márton Varju

Editorial Board

    1. Attila Badó
    1. Myátyás Bódig (Aberdeen)
    1. Zoltán Csehi
    1. Péter Cserne (Hull)
    1. Balázs Gellér
    1. András Jakab
    1. Miklós Király
    1. György Kiss
    1. Jan Kudrna (Praha)
    1. Herbert Küpper (Regensburg)
    1. Konrad Lachmayer (Durham)
    1. Andzrej Stanisław Mączyński (Kraków)
    1. Guido Pfeifer (Frankfurt am Main)
    1. Miklós Szabó
    1. Zoltán Szente
    1. G.J.J. Heerma van Voss (Leiden)
    1. Bernd Waas (Frankfurt am Main)
    1. Fryderyk Zoll (Osnabrück)

Advisory Board

    1. Péter Erdő
    1. Gábor Hamza
    1. Attila Harmathy
    1. László Kecskés
    1. Tibor Király
    1. László Korinek
    1. László Sólyom
    1. Lajos Vékás
    1. Imre Vörös

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Phone: (36 1) 355 7384
Fax. (36 1) 375 7858
E-mail: acta.juridica@tk.mta.hu

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Acta Juridica Hungarica
Language English
Size  
Year of
Foundation
1959
Publication
Programme
changed title
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Founder Magyar Tudományos Akadémia  
Founder's
Address
H-1051 Budapest, Hungary, Széchenyi István tér 9.
Publisher Akadémiai Kiadó
Publisher's
Address
H-1117 Budapest, Hungary 1516 Budapest, PO Box 245.
Responsible
Publisher
Chief Executive Officer, Akadémiai Kiadó
ISSN 1216-2574 (Print)
ISSN 1588-2616 (Online)

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