Tuesday, 3 July 2012

New Articles on ECHR

A wide range of new publications on the European Convention and Court have come out in the past few months. Thanks again to the documentalists of SIM, here are the relevant ECHR-related articles from this month's compilation of 'Online Contents':

* J. Pejic, 'The European Court of Human Rights’ Al-Jedda judgment: the oversight of international humanitarian law', International Review of the Red Cross, no. 883 (2011).

* S. Sottiaux and S. Rummens, 'Concentric democracy: resolving the incoherence in the European Court of Human Rights’ case law on freedom of expression and freedom of association'' , International Journal of Constitutional Law,  vol. 10, no. 1 (2012), pp. 106-126.
* M. Szydlo, 'Extra-territorial application of the European Convention on Human Rights after Al-Skeini and Al-Jedda', International Criminal Law Review, vol. 12, no. 1 (2012), pp. 271-291.


* T. Zuijdwijk, 'M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece (ECHR): the interplay between European Union law and the European Convention on Human Rights in the post-Lisbon era'' , Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, 2010/11, vol. 39, no. 3 (2010/2011), pp. 807-832.
* A. du Bois-Pedain, 'Hearsay exceptions and fair trial rights in Strasbourg', Cambridge Law Journal, vol. 71, no. 2 (2012), pp. 257-260.
 
* C. Ryngaert, 'Clarifying the extraterritorial application of the European Convention on Human Rights (Al-Skeini v the United Kingdom), Merkourios, vol. 28, no. 74 (2012), pp. 57-60.

* J. Lenart, '‘Fortress Europe’: compliance of the Dublin II Regulation with the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms', Merkourios, vol. 28, no. 75 (2012) pp. 4-19.
And, finally, a special issue of the Review of Central and East European Law,  vol. 37, no. 2/3 (2012) includes a whole range of ECHR related articles:

* Russia and European human rights law: progress, tensions, and perspectives, by L. Mälksoo (p. 161-170).

* Culture re-introduced: contestation of human rights in contemporary Russia, by P. Preclik (p. 173-230).

* Tilting at windmills? The European response to violations of media freedom in Russia, by D. Schönfeld (p. 233-290).

* Orthodox pluralism: contours of freedom of religion in the Russian Federation and Strasbourg jurisprudence, by D. Hallinan (p. 293-346).

* Assessing human rights in Russia: not to miss the forest for the trees, a response to Preclik, Schönfeld and Hallinan, by V. Starzhenetskii (p. 349-356).

* Concluding observations: Russia and European human-rights law: margins of the margin of appreciation, by L. Mälksoo (p. 359-369).

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