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Refusal to Enforce Judgements of International Courts With Obligatory Jurisdiction: Comparative Research

Student: Roman Bronnikov

Supervisor: Dmitry Kuznetsov

Faculty: School of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2019

The research aims to compare an execution of judgements that are adjudicated by international human rights courts with compulsory jurisdiction within both the Inter-American and European conventional systems. The work contains an examination of backlash between Supreme Court of Argentina and Inter-American Court of Human Rights in order to pick out argumentation of the supreme national court that may be possibly used in a dialogue between the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation and the European Court of Human Rights. The research suggests that the basis of proper interaction between national and international courts lies down in the recognition of value pluralism.

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