- Title Pages
- The Contributors
- Introduction Untangling the Domestic Implementation of the European Court of Human Rights' Judgments
- Chapter 1 The Interrelationship Between Domestic Judicial Mechanisms and the Strasbourg Court Rulings in Germany
- Chapter 2 Between Political Inertia and Timid Judicial Activism: The Attempts to Overcome the Italian ‘Implementation Failure’
- Chapter 3 The Reluctant Embrace: The Impact of the European Court of Human Rights in Post-Communist Romania
- Chapter 4 European Human Rights Case Law and the Rights of Homosexuals, Foreigners and Immigrants in Austria
- Chapter 5 Political Opposition and Judicial Resistance to Strasbourg Case Law Regarding Minorities in Bulga
- Chapter 6 Under What Conditions Do National Authorities Implement the European Court of Human Rights' Rulings? Religious and Ethnic Minorities in Greece
- Chapter 7 A Complicated Affair: Turkey's Kurds and the European Court of Human Rights
- Chapter 8 The European Court of Human Rights and Minorities in the United Kingdom: Catalyst for Change or Hollow Rhetoric?
- Chapter 9 Politics, Courts and Society in the National Implementation and Practice of European Court of Human Rights Case Law
- European Court of Human Rights Judgments and European Commission on Human Rights Cases
- The European Court of Human Rights
- Edinburgh University Press
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