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J. Lapitskaya, “ECHR, Russia, and Chechyna: two is not company and three is definitely a crowd”, New York University Journal of International Law and Politics, vol. 43, No. 2 (2010/2011) pp. 479-548.
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Juliet Chevalier-Watts, “Effective investigations under article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights: securing the right to life or an onerous burden on a state?”, E.J.I.L. 2010, 21(3), 701-721.
Joseph Barrett, “Chechnya's last hope? Enforced disappearances and the European Court of Human Rights”, Harvard Human Rights Journal (HVHRJ vol. 22, no. 1, 2009, 133), available at http://www.law.harvard.edu/students/orgs/hrj/iss22-1/133-144.pdf (last accessed 26 June 2009).
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Dr. Alexander Orakhelashvili (2008) “The interaction between human rights and humanitarian law: fragmentation, conflict, parallelism, or convergence?” 19(1) European Journal of International Law (2008) 161-182.
Dr. Guglielmo Verdirame (2008) “Human Rights in Wartime: A Framework for Analysis,” published in the European Human Rights Law Review. E.H.R.L.R. 2008, 6, 689-705. Available at: http://srji.org/files/resources/Verdirame%202008%20EHRLR.pdf
Dr. Phillip Leach (2008) “The Chechen Conflict: Analysing the Oversight of the European Court of Human Rights,” in the European Human Rights Law Review. E.H.R.L.R. 2008, 6, 732-761.
Dr. Laurence Helfer (2008) “Redesigning the European Court of Human Rights: embeddedness as a deep structural principle of the European human rights regime,” published in the European Journal of International Law. E.J.I.L. 2008, 19(1), 125-159.
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