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force by NATO states, this article revisits the issue of continuation of membership in the United Nations. It begins by discussing the problems posed by the “horizontal inconsistency” among the Court’s jurisdictional findings, which implied that Serbia had and did not have access to the Court in the

In: The Law & Practice of International Courts and Tribunals
Author: Daniel Thym

market. Many judgments on the fundamental freedoms and citizens’ rights were defined by horizontal inconsistencies and scarce legal reasoning. Nevertheless, the case law is nowadays perceived as a comparatively logical undertaking—a situation that can be described as a co-creation of judgments and

In: European Journal of Migration and Law