Table of contents for Domestic politics and international human rights tribunals : the problem of compliance / Courtney Hillebrecht , University of Nebraska-Lincoln.


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1. Human rights tribunals and the challenge of compliance; 2. Explaining compliance with human rights tribunals; 3. Domestic institutions and patterns of compliance; 4. Compliance as a signal of states' human rights commitments: Uribe's Columbia; 5. Leveraging international law's legitimacy to change policies: compliance and domestic policy promotion in Argentina and Portugal; 6. The bitter pill of compliance: preferences for human rights, democracy, and the rule of law; 7. Compliance failures: Russia, Italy and Brazil and the politics of non-compliance; 8. Conclusion: the European and inter-American courts in context.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
International human rights courts -- Political aspects.
International and municipal law -- Politcial aspects.
International human rights courts -- Europe.
International human rights courts -- Latin America.
Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
European Court of Human Rights.