Target practice : do United Nations sanctions protect civilians against Al-Qaida ?
The protection of non-combatants during armed conflict and safeguarding the rights of victims in post-conflict society : essays in honour of the life and work of Joakim Dungel
Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, 
In this chapter Leah Campbell explores the utility of the UN Security Council's Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee. She outlines the Committee's procedural framework and explores the tension between these procedures and international human rights law. In particular, the chapter looks for a middle ground between the Committee's pre-emptive targeting policy and fundamental due process rights. Finally, Campbell examines domestic implementation of Security Council targeted sanctions and the potential for measures to most effectively protect civilians against threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts.