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Is the ‘living instrument’ approach of the European Court of Human Rights compatible with the ECHR and International Law? The article offers a rebuttal of prominent criticisms directed against the ‘living instrument’ interpretative approach of the European Court of Human Rights. The paper initially introduces the basic application of the ...
Unless it remains in the single market via membership of the EEA or is able otherwise to negotiate special access terms, after Brexit the UK will have to fall back on the third country provisions of EU financial services ...
Sustainability Impact Assessments as Inputs and as Interpretative Aids in International Investment Law (Brill, 2017-01-24)Sustainability impact assessments (SIAs) act as bridges between trade and investment agreements and social, environmental and human considerations. They are relevant as inputs into the treaty negotiation process and as ...