Tuesday, 23 August 2011

Summer Harvest of Academic Articles

Please find below the "summer harvest" of academic articles published about the European Convention on Human Rights in the past few months in a wide variety of academic journals, in no particular order:

* M. Milanovic, 'Applicability of the ECHR to British soldiers in Iraq', Cambridge Law Journal (vol. 70, no. 1, 2011).

* S. Briant, 'The requirements of prisoner voting rights: mixed messages from Strasbourg', Cambridge Law Journal (vol. 70, no. 2, 2011).

* W. Wu, 'Interrogational fairness under the European Convention on Human Rights', International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice (vol. 39, no. 1, 2011).

* W. Weiss, 'Human rights in the EU: Rethinking the role of the European Convention of Human Rights after Lisbon', European Constitutional Law Review (vol. 7, no. 1, 2011).

* E. Brems, 'Transitional justice in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights', International Journal of Transitional Justice (vol. 15, no. 2, 2011).

* S. Ast, 'The Gäfgen judgment of the European Court of Human Rights: on the consequences of the threat of torture for criminal proceedings', German Law Journal (vol. 11, no. 12, 2010).

* G. Merkel, 'Retrospective preventive detention in Germany: a comment on the ECHR decision Haidn v. Germany', German Law Journal (vol. 12, no. 3, 2011)

Three articles in the Journal of International Criminal Justice (vol. 9, no. 3, 2011):

* W.A. Schabas, 'Synergy or Fragmentation?: International Criminal Law and the European Convention on Human Rights'.

* O. de Frouville, 'The Influence of the European Court of Human Rights’ Case Law on International Criminal Law of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment'.

* D. Scalia, 'Long-Term Sentences in International Criminal Law: Do They Meet the Standards Set Out by the European Court of Human Rights?'.

Three articles in the Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law (vol. 19, no. 2, 2010/2011):

* M. Volzhskaya, 'Kononov v. Latvia: a partisan and a criminal - the European Court of Human Rights takes a controversial stance on war crimes'.

* K. Brudy, 'S.H. v. Austria: European Court of Human Rights holds that the rights to family life and sexism trump governmental limitations on artificial procreation'.

* T. Rich, 'Sanoma uitgeveers v. Netherlands: the European Court of Human Rights forges new ground for the right of journalists to protect their sources'.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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ThePETKOV.PAVEL.BG said...

I'm Pavel from Bulgaria.
England, I violate the rights and refused to give me any document and records for 2010 and 2011!
In this connection I am seeking a lawyer / from America, Canada, Russia, because lawyers from the European Union refused to help me and I want to look for rights in Strasbourg!
To find out everything about my case, please visit the links

http://httpfacebookcomactor1981.blogspot.com/

http://profile.live.com/cid-652b5464e0cf9b93/