European Court of Human Rights

Amid the Russia-Ukraine War, a Dutch Court Prepares to Rule on Four Suspects in the 2014 Downing of Flight MH17

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Nov 15th, 2022

Turkey’s Erdoğan Deploys Sweden and Finland’s NATO Membership Bids to Further His Repression

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Oct 28th, 2022

Poland’s Judicial Reform Falls Short of EU Expectations, Complicating Cooperation Against Russia

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Oct 3rd, 2022

European Court Tackles the Thorny Issue of Family Repatriation From Northeast Syria

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Sep 22nd, 2022

Rebooting Bosnia’s Constitutional Reform Process

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Aug 29th, 2022

Судовий розгляд агресії в обхідний спосіб

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Mar 22nd, 2022

Litigating Aggression Backwards

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Mar 22nd, 2022

Цього недостатньо: тимчасові заходи Європейського суду з прав людини щодо України

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Mar 7th, 2022

Not Far Enough: The European Court of Human Rights’ Interim Measures on Ukraine

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Mar 7th, 2022

Human Rights Plaintiff: US-EU Election Plan for Bosnia Rewards Nationalist Agendas

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Oct 5th, 2021

The Méndez Principles: A Focus on the Exclusionary Rule

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Jun 22nd, 2021

Kunduz Airstrike Before European Court of Human Rights: Future of Jurisdiction and Duty to Investigate

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Feb 26th, 2021

Polish Government’s Attacks on Rule of Law Violate Not Only EU Norms but International Law

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Dec 11th, 2020

Freedom of Expression and Political Controversy: The ECtHR’s BDS Judgment

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Jun 30th, 2020

Turkey Opened the Door to the European Court of Human Rights for Syrian Victims

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May 20th, 2020

Blocking or Aiding Asylum Seekers? The U.S.-Canada “Safe Third Country” Agreement and Examples from Europe

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Jul 16th, 2019

To Wrest Back Rule of Law in Poland, Might EU Bureaucracy Finally Work?

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Apr 10th, 2019

The “ISIS Beatles” and “Non-Territorial” Application of the European Convention of Human Rights

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Dec 17th, 2018

Criminalizing Speech to Protect Religious Peace? The ECtHR Ruling in E.S. v. Austria

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Nov 28th, 2018

Accountability Fatigue: A Human Rights Law Problem for Armed Forces?

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Nov 1st, 2018

Trump Gets “Presumption of Innocence” Wrong on Saudi Responsibility for Khashoggi Disappearance

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Oct 18th, 2018

On Big Brother Watch v. U.K.: The Future of Surveillance at Two Europe-Wide Courts

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Oct 15th, 2018

New U.K. Law Fails European Court Standards on Mass Interception Disclosed by Snowden

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Sep 27th, 2018

Legitimizing Foreign Mass Surveillance in the European Court of Human Rights

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Aug 2nd, 2018