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Heike Krieger

Journal of International Peacekeeping 13 (2009) 159–180 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187541109X403025 www.brill.nl/joup J O U P A Credibility Gap: Th e Behrami and Saramati Decision of the European Court of Human Rights Heike Krieger * Free University of Berlin, Faculty of

Reflections on Jaloud v. the Netherlands

Jurisdictional Consequences and Resonance in Dutch Society

Friederycke Haijer und Cedric Ryngaert

Organization for Scientific Research under the vidi Scheme. 1 Introduction On 20 November 2014, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in Jaloud v. the Netherlands 1 held that the Netherlands had failed to adequately investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of an

The Development of Singapore’s Military Justice System

Enforcing Discipline and Protecting Rights in a Citizen Armed Force

Joshua Matthew Goh

lacking in Singapore’s military jurisprudence. The decisions of the European Court of Human Rights ( echr ) that criticized the uk military justice system formed the catalyst for its civilianization. In Engel v Netherlands (1976) 1 echr (Ser A) 3, 1 ehrr 647 ( Engel ), 60 the echr

Stephan Hollenberg

between the international obligations at issue was resolved is the European Court of Human Rights’ (“ECtHR”) decision in the Waite and Kennedy case. 55 In this case the Court gave a clear ruling on how the balance should be drawn. It recognized the importance of international cooperation, and

Towards Convergence in International Human Rights Law

Approaches of Regional and International Systems

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Ediert von Carla M. Buckley, Alice Donald und Philip Leach

We live in an era of proliferating international legal domains and institutions, not least in the human rights field. For some, normative pluralism within human rights is inevitable, and even desirable. Others view it as a threat to the integrity and coherence of international human rights protection. How far do human rights standards and their interpretation by different regional and international human rights systems diverge? To what extent do human rights bodies ‘borrow’ from or influence each other in respect of their case law, practices and procedures? Is global human rights protection fragmenting or heading towards greater coherence? This edited collection addresses these questions through the insights of leading scholars and jurists with first-hand experience of human rights adjudication and litigation.

Ediert von Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Cesare Romano und Ruth Mackenzie

This book contains the thoughts of officials of international organizations and NGOs, member of judicial bodies, and academics on the role of international organizations and the settlement of contentious cases before international judicial bodies. The timely work will undoubtedly be of interest to practitioners and scholars who are involved in issues related to cases before international judicial bodies.



Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

Ediert von Laurence Boisson de Chazournes, Cesare Romano und Ruth Mackenzie

This book contains the thoughts of officials of international organizations and NGOs, member of judicial bodies, and academics on the role of international organizations and the settlement of contentious cases before international judicial bodies. The timely work will undoubtedly be of interest to practitioners and scholars who are involved in issues related to cases before international judicial bodies.



Published under the Transnational Publishers imprint.

Thomas G. Weiss, David P. Forsythe und Roger A. Coate

the UN , preserving alliances, advancing democracy and human rights, and coping with climate change. In Europe, populations resented “Brussels,” or EU decisions that went against the grain of national traditions, and “Strasbourg,” or the Council of Europe and rulings of the European Court of Human