Christmas readings

photoAlessandro Gilioli, Siamo tutti sudditi di Google e Facebook, l’Espresso, 23 December 2014.

Tanja Perič, Marsikaj, o čemer govorimo, je tisto kar zamolčimo, Pogledi, 22 December 2014.

Francesco Condello, Božič: od delitve do potrošnje, Razpotja, 2 December 2014.

First Kenya, now Sudan, The Economist, 20 December 2014.

Steve Peers, The CJEU and the EU’s accession to the ECHR: a clear and present danger to human rights protection, EU Law Analysis, 18 December 2014.

Joseph W. Weiler, Christmas Reading? Christmas Gifts? Some Suggestions from the Editor-in-Chief, EJIL Talk!, 19 December 2014.

Katja Perat, Kraj, kjer se končajo sanje, Delo, 15 December 2014.

Ivan T Berend, Bojan Bugarič, Academics should be careful not to exaggerate the progress made in Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of the Berlin Wall, LSE Blog, 11 December 2014

Discutida querella, El Pais, 23 December 2014.

Joshua Rozenberg, ECHR cases won by UK government show flexibility of human rights system, The Guardian, 17 December 2014.

Kristina Turčin, Najbolja stvar u mom životu? Dom za napušteno djecu, Globus, 22 December 2014.

Ignacio Alvarez – Ossorio, Primavera árabe: esperanzas frustradas, El Pais, 23 December 2014.

Owen Jones, Greece’s radical left could kill off austerity in the EU, The Guardian, 22 December 2014.

Mila Corlateanu, A Bitter December, New Eastern Europe, 23 December 2014.

Spletno obnašanje in “družbena odgovornost”, Kritika konzervativna, 20 December 2014.

Weekend readings III

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Fiona De Londras, Revisiting the Five Techniques in the European Court of Human Rights, EJIL: Talk!, 12 December 2014.

James Meek, Worse than a Defeat, London Review of Books, 18 December 2014

Deborah Pearlstein, The Question of Prosecution, Opinio iuris, 11 December 2014.

Gustavo Martin Gazo, La muchacha indecible, El Pais, 13 December 2014.

Daniel Larison, Torture Is Wrong and Useless, The American Conservative, 10 December 2014.

Martin Chulov, ISIS. The inside story, The Guardian, 11 December 2014.

America’s police on trial, The Economist, 13 December 2014.

Weekend readings II

DSC_6854Vladimir the Great, The Economist, 5 December 2014

Martin Pollack, Pisati o množičnih grobiščih je bilo nepredstavljivo, Pogledi, 1 December 2014.

Christian Miller, Jonathan Jones: Firestone and the Warlord: The untold story of Firestone, Charles Taylor and the tragedy of LiberiaProPublica, 18 November 2014.

Constantin Cojocariu, Silencing the Voices of People with Disabilities: Recent Developments before the European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg Observers, 3 December 2014.

Thomas Piketty, El capital según Carlos Fuentes, El Pais, 5 December 2014.

Weekend readings I

DSC_6833Today, Esohap is introducing a new weekly section with recommendations for weekend human rights – related readings in several languages. Here is the first selection :

Tom Popper,  Communism is dead, but its spirit lives, Budapest Business Journal, 14 November 2014.

Ondrej Ditrych, Remembering Havel’s dream, EU Observer, 17 November 2014.

Václav Havel, Out of unity, discord, Index on Censorship, 1994 23: 59.

Matt Trevithick, Daniel Seckman, Heart of Darkness: Into Afghanistan’s Taliban Valley, Daily Beast, 15 November 2014.

Joaquin Villalobos, La paz: cerca de La Habana, lejos de Bogotá, El Pais, 20 November 2014.

Tamara Griessar Pečar, Kjer je zid, vztrajajmo, da pade, Časnik, 20 November 2014.

Rick Lyman, Oligarchs of Eastern Europe Scoop Up Stakes in Media Companies, New York Times, 26 November 2014.

Marko Milanović, The Bottom Line of Jaloud, EJIL: Talk, 26 November 2014.

Jernej Letnar Černič, V iskanju Evrope, Ius Info, 28 November 2014.