Featured Publications

Sundstrom, Lisa McIntosh, Valerie Sperling, and Melike Sayoglu. 2019. Courting Gender Justice: Russia, Turkey, and the European Court of Human Rights. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.

Alter, Karen J., Laurence Helfer, and Madsen, Mikael Rask, eds. 2016. Special Issue: The Variable Authority of International Courts. Law and Contemporary Problems 79 (1):  1-331.

Christoffersen, Jonas, and Mikael Rask Madsen, eds. 2011. The European Court of Human Rights Between Law and Politics. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.

Cichowski, Rachel A. 2007. The European Court and Civil Society: Litigation, Mobilization and Governance. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

———. 2013. “Legal Mobilization, Transnational Activism and Gender Equality in the EU.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society / La Revue Canadienne Droit et Société 28 (02): 209–27. doi:10.1017/cls.2013.22.

———. 2016. “The European Court of Human Rights, Amicus Curiae and Violence against Women.” Law & Society Review 50 (4): 890–919.

Haddad, Heidi Nichols. 2010. “Mobilizing the Will to Prosecute: Crimes of Rape at the Yugoslav and Rwandan Tribunals.” Human Rights Review 12: 109–32. doi:10.1007/s12142-010-0163-x.

———. 2012. “Judicial Institution Builders: NGOs and International Human Rights Courts.” Journal of Human Rights 11 (1): 126–49. doi:10.1080/14754835.2012.648154.

———. 2013. “After the Norm Cascade: NGO Mission Expansion and the Coalition for the International Criminal Court.” Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations 19 (2): 187–206. doi:10.5555/1075-2846-19.2.187.

Hillebrecht, Courtney. 2012. “The Domestic Mechanisms of Compliance with International Human Rights Law: Case Studies from the Inter-American Human Rights System.” Human Rights Quarterly 34 (4): 959–85.

———. 2014. Domestic Politics and International Human Rights Tribunals: The Problem of Compliance. Cambridge University Press.

———. 2016. “The Deterrent Effects of the International Criminal Court: Evidence from Libya.” International Interactions 42 (4): 616–43. doi:10.1080/03050629.2016.1185713.

Kauppi, Niilo, and Mikael Rask Madsen, eds. 2013. Transnational Power Elites: The New Professionals of Governance, Law and Security. London, New York: Routledge.

Kurban, Dilek. 2014. “Europe as an Agent of Change: The Role of the European Court of Human Rights and the EU in Turkey’s Kurdish Policies.” SWP Research Paper 2014/RP 09. https://opus4.kobv.de/opus4-hsog/frontdoor/index/index/docId/1638.

———. 2016. “Forsaking Individual Justice: The Implications of the European Court of Human Rights’ Pilot Judgment Procedure for Victims of Gross and Systematic Violations.” Human Rights Law Review 16 (4): 731–69. doi:10.1093/hrlr/ngw032.

Kurban, Dilek, and Haldun Gülalp. 2012. “A Complicated Affair – the Court and the Kurds: The Role of the European Court of Human Rights in the Broadening of Kurdish Rights in Turkey.” In Domesticating the European Court of Human Rights: Implementation, Legal Mobilization and Policy Reform, edited by Dia Anagnostou, 166–87. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

McIntosh Sundstrom, Lisa. 2006. Funding Civil Society: Foreign Assistance and NGO Development in Russia. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

———. 2012. “Advocacy beyond Litigation: Examining Russian NGO Efforts on Implementation of European Court of Human Rights Judgments.” Communist and Post-Communist Studies 45 (3–4): 255–68.

———. 2014. “Russian NGOs and the European Court of Human Rights: A Spectrum of Approaches to Litigation.” Human Rights Quarterly 36 (4): 844–68.

Van der Vet, Freek. 2012. “Seeking Life, Finding Justice: Russian NGO Litigation and Chechen Disappearances before the European Court of Human Rights.” Human Rights Review 13 (3): 303–25.

———. 2014. “Holding on to Legalism: The Politics of Russian Litigation on Torture and Discrimination before the European Court of Human Rights.” Social & Legal Studies 23 (3): 361–81.

Van der Vet, Freek, and Laura Lyytikäinen. 2015. “‘Violence and Human Rights in Russia: How Human Rights Defenders develop their Tactics in the Face of Danger’The International Journal of Human Rights 19 (7): 979–98.