Arthur Dyevre's scientific contributions

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In a multi-level, non-hierarchical court system, where courts at the upper echelon do not have the power to reverse the decisions of courts at the lower level, judicial cooperation appears crucial to the effectiveness of the higher-level law. For this reason, recent decisions by national courts may seem to bode ill for the authority of EU law. In J...

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... While Britain contemplated leaving Strasbourg and the ECtHR, yet ended up leaving Brussels and the EU, a number of countries had already left the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR), including Trinidad and Tobago and Venezuela. Moreover, the IACtHR witnessed resistance from domestic courts (Huneeus, 2011)a phenomenon also well known to EU law, both historically (Alter, 2001) and currently (Dyevre, 2016;Komárek, 2012;Madsen et al., 2017). In the Eurasian region, the newly established Court of Justice of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) represented in reality a step back compared to its predecessor, which could adjudicate cases brought by the regional Commission, and rule on preliminary references and issue advisory opinions when asked by national courts (Kembayev, 2016). ...