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Autour De L’Affaire Stoll

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The jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has more and more items under general international law. A recent confirmation of this trend is the result of judgments of the Court in Stoll v. Switzerland. The relationship between the general rules of international law and those set out in the conventions on the international protection of human rights have done - and will likely continue to do so - the subject of research and publications. The Stoll case addressed in this chapter is one of those on these relationships. This chapter is in French.

Keywords: European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR); human rights; international law; Stoll v. Switzerland



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