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📐Turkey shows us why it's hard to resist human rights violations through the courts

November 17, 2022

Complex laws are the price of inclusive democracy

October 27, 2022

A novel dataset of global political finance regimes

October 10, 2022

The Queen's two bodies and the political power of metaphor

September 21, 2022

Is the EU any more progressive on abortion policy than post-Roe America?

August 2, 2022
March 12, 2021

Why has the European Court of Justice shifted toward a more restrictive position on access to welfare in member states?

Angie Gago From 2014, ECJ decisions on welfare access have departed significantly from previous case law. Angie Gago and Francesco Maiani analyse two Court dialogues, one with the EU legislator, the other with national authorities Read more
October 1, 2020

The dilemma of dissent: should courts avoid making public their dissenting opinions?

Daniel Naurin It is widely argued that courts should make public their dissenting opinions in order to right wrongs and increase transparency. Yet, writes Daniel Naurin, courts will have a harder time securing public compliance with their decisions if they fail to speak with one voice Read more

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