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The European Court of Human Rights in the post-Cold War era

James A. Sweeney

The European Court of Human Rights in the post-Cold War era

universality in transition

by James A. Sweeney

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon [UK], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human rights,
  • LAW / Civil Rights,
  • Universal jurisdiction,
  • European Court of Human Rights,
  • LAW / Comparative,
  • LAW / General

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames A. Sweeney
    SeriesRoutledge research in human rights law
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKJC5138 .S93 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25331629M
    ISBN 109780415544337, 9780203079287
    LC Control Number2012021606

      The European Court of Human Rights is in many ways an unparalleled success. The Court embarked, during the s, upon the development of a progressive and genuinely European jurisprudence. In the post-Cold War era, it went from being the guarantor of human rights solely in Western Europe to becoming increasingly involved in the transition to Pages: Dembour, M-B , Postcolonial denial: why the European Court of Human Rights finds it so hard to acknowledge racism. in KM Clarke & M Goodale (eds), Mirrors of justice: law and power in the post-Cold War era. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp.

    The book asserts that the effects of ____ helped end the era of European colonialism the second world war What term best describes the balance of power in the years immediately after the cold war? History is a key context for understanding the authority of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR or Court).1 This half-century old international court (IC) has operated in contexts as different as the Cold War and decolonization, the emergence of the political and economic process of European integration, the post–Cold War period and Cited by:

    International Law in the Post-Human Rights Era. Article - by Ingrid Wuerth Volume 96 - Issue 2. Abstract. International law is in a period of transition. After World War II, but especially since the s, human rights expanded to almost every corner of international law.   The European Court of Human Rights between Law and Politics provides a comprehensive analysis of the origins and development of one of the most striking supranational judicial institutions. The book brings together leading scholars and practitioners to cast new light on the substantial jurisprudence and ongoing political reform of the : Antoine Buyse.


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The problem is twofold: there are questions about differences in human rights standards between. The European Court of Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality in Transition examines transitional justice from the perspective of its impact on the universality of human rights, taking the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights as its detailed case study.

The problem is twofold: there are questions about differences in human rights standards between transitional and Cited by:   The European Court of Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality in Transition examines transitional justice from the perspective of its impact on the universality of human rights, taking the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights as its detailed case study.

The problem is twofold: there are questions about differences in human rights standards between transitional and Cited by:   The European Court of Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality in Transition examines transitional justice from the perspective of its impact on the universality of human rights, taking the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights as its detailed case : James A.

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The European Court of Human Rights is in many ways an unparalleled success. The European Convention took its own unique path under the leadership of the Strasbourg Court that embarked, during the s, on the development of a more progressive jurisprudence.

In the post-Cold War era, it went from being the guarantor of human rights solely. Book on European Court in the Post-Cold War Era Dr James Sweeney of the University of Durham has written a very interesting monograph on the intersection of the universality of human rights and the specifics of transitional justice, with the European Court as its case : Antoine Buyse.

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The problem is twofold: there are questions about differences in human rights standards between transitional and Brand: Taylor And Francis. As the Cold War began drawing to a close inthe United States and Soviet Union stopped competing for the sphere of influence.

Now the United States could better focus on international issues. John Shattuck served as the chief human rights officer in the Clinton administration s State Department during some of the most wrenching and deadly events of the s, including the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the genocide in Rwanda, and the Kosovo conflict.

He was directly involved in complex foreign policy issues that reinforced his belief that human rights must be a major factor in all.

EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE POST-COLD WAR ERA I. INTRODUCTION1 The number of states participating in the Council of Europe's system for the protection of human rights has grown rapidly over recent years. Established in with an initial membership of 10 states, the Council has now grown to a membership of 46,2 dwarf.

The European Court of Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality in Transition examines transitional justice from the perspective of its impact on the universality of human rights, taking the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights as its detailed case study.

The problem is twofold: there are questions about differences in human rights standards between transitional and Brand: Taylor And Francis. Find out more about Lancaster University's research activities, view details of publications, outputs and awards and make contact with our researchers.

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The E.C., or European Communities, was the main arena for cooperation during the s and s before the modern European Union came to be after the Maastricht Treaty of The European Court of Human Rights between Law and Politics provides a comprehensive analysis of the origins and development of one of the most striking supranational judicial institutions.

The book brings together leading scholars and practitioners to cast new light on the substantial jurisprudence and ongoing political reform of the Court. The Court embarked, during the s, upon the development of a progressive and genuinely European jurisprudence.

In the post-Cold War era, it went from being the guarantor of human rights solely in Western Europe to becoming increasingly involved in the .The Post-Cold War Era.

Implications for Educators. Maurice A. East. Following the end of the Cold War, international relations experts are looking at the world in new consensus has yet emerged on how to describe and analyze the current era of international relations.Download Citation | The European Court of Human Rights in the Post-Cold War Era: Universality in Transition by James A.

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