The International Journal of Human Rights has published a special issue (vol. 24, issue 7, 2020) with a focus on 'the Relationship Between the European Convention on Human Rights and Wider International Law'. Most of the articles were published online earlier on already separately (some almost two years ago), but they are now bound together by an editorial. These are the contents:
* Geir Ulfstein , Morten Ruud & Andreas Føllesdal, Editorial: The European Convention on Human Rights and other parts of international law.
The ECHR and General International Law* Geir Ulfstein, Interpretation of the ECHR in light of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties.* James Crawford & Amelia Keene, Interpretation of the human rights treaties by the International Court of Justice.* Helen Keller & Reto Walther, Evasion of the international law of state responsibility? The ECtHR’s jurisprudence on positive and preventive obligations under Article 3.The ECHR’s Relations With Other International Human Rights Regimes
* Vibeke Blaker Strand, Interpreting the ECHR in its normative environment: interaction between the ECHR, the UN convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and the UN convention on the rights of the child.The ECHR and EU Accession* Tonje Meinich, EU accession to the European Convention on Human Rights – challenges in the negotiations.* Martin Kuijer, The challenging relationship between the European Convention on Human Rights and the EU legal order: consequences of a delayed accession.