This Essay is an attempt to contribute to the scholarly investigation into how to reconcile the complementary and competing goals of protecting national security in the interest of law enforcement while still guaranteeing the protection of basic human rights of defendants. It focuses on two issues - capital punishment and torture - which form the bases for state refusal to extradite fugitives.
Ved P. Nanda,
Bases for Refusing International Extradition Requests - Capital Punishment and Torture,
23 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1369
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