Summer brings a range of new articles on the European Convention and the European Court in various academic journals on human rights. The newest Human Rights Law Review (Vol. 10-3, 2010) includes:
* Alastair Mowbray, 'The Interlaken Declaration—The Beginning of a New Era for the European Court of Human Rights?'
* Tobias Lock, 'Beyond Bosphorus: The European Court of Human Rights’ Case Law on the Responsibility of Member States of International Organisations under the European Convention on Human Rights'
* Jean Allain, 'Rantsev v Cyprus and Russia: The European Court of Human Rights and Trafficking as Slavery'
In addition, the latest two issues of the International Journal of Human Rights (Vol. 14, nos. 4 & 5, 2010) include the following. In number 4:
* Juliet Chevalier-Watts, 'Has human rights law become lex specialis for the European Court of Human Rights in right to life cases arising from internal armed conflicts?'
And in number 5:
* Andrea Nicholson, 'Reflections on Siliadin v. France: slavery and legal definition'
* Dia Anagnostou, 'Does European human rights law matter? Implementation and domestic impact of Strasbourg Court judgments on minority-related policies'