The newest edition of the European Convention on Human Rights Law Review (Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2021) is a special issue dedicated to 'The Council of Europe’s Responses to the Decay of the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protections'. It has been co-edited by Basak Çalı & Esra Demir-Gürsel. These are the contents:
* Başak Çali and Esra Demir-Gürsel, 'The Council of Europe’s Responses to the Decay of the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protections: A Comparative Appraisal'
* Mikael Rask Madsen, 'The Narrowing of the European Court of Human Rights? Legal Diplomacy, Situational Self-Restraint, and the New Vision for the Court'
* Emre Turkut, 'The Venice Commission and Rule of Law Backsliding in Turkey, Poland and Hungary'
* Alice Donald And Anne-Katrin Speck, 'Time for the Gloves to Come Off?: The Response by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to Rule of Law Backsliding'
* Başak Çali, 'How Loud Do the Alarm Bells Toll? Execution of ‘Article 18 Judgments’ of the European Court of Human Rights'
* Esra Demir-Gürsel , 'The Former Secretary General of the Council of Europe Confronting Russia’s Annexation of the Crimea and Turkey’s State of Emergency'