Resistance to the European Court of Human Rights: The Institutional and Sociological Consequences of Principled Resistance

@article{Madsen2019ResistanceTT,
  title={Resistance to the European Court of Human Rights: The Institutional and Sociological Consequences of Principled Resistance},
  author={Mikael Rask Madsen},
  journal={Beitr{\"a}ge zum ausl{\"a}ndischen {\"o}ffentlichen Recht und V{\"o}lkerrecht},
  year={2019}
}
  • M. Madsen
  • Published 13 May 2019
  • Law
  • Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR/Court) has from time to time has faced resistance. This critique has come from a host of actors in the Member States, ranging from the highest courts to politicians, academics and individual lawyers. Even public opinion has also voiced critique of the Court. Resistance to the ECtHR is however neither new nor unique. From the Greek exodus from the European Convention system in the late 1960s, over the British critique under Prime Minister Thatcher during… 
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