PluriCourts looks at the authority relations between state and international courts (ICs), among ICs and between ICs and other international bodies, and examines how states create ‘competing’ regional ICs. It also looks at ICs resistance and resilience against formal harmonization – as between the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Research Theme 2: Multilevel separation of authority
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