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2017
1 Saul, Matthew William.
Conclusion: How Does, Could and Should the International Human Rights Judiciary Interact with National Parliaments?. I: The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments: Europe and Beyond. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 9781316874820. p. 353-387
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2 Saul, Matthew William.
How and When Can the International Human Rights Judiciary Promote the Human Rights Role of National Parliaments?. I: The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments: Europe and Beyond. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 9781316874820. p. 135-166
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3 Saul, Matthew William; Føllesdal, Andreas; Ulfstein, Geir.
Introduction. I: The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments: Europe and Beyond. Cambridge University Press 2017 ISBN 9781316874820. p. 1-18
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4 Saul, Matthew William; Føllesdal, Andreas; Ulfstein, Geir.
The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments: Europe and Beyond. Cambridge University Press 2017 (ISBN 9781316874820) 403 p. Studies on human rights conventions(5)
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2016
5 Føllesdal, Andreas; Saul, Matthew William; Ulfstein, Geir.
Brexit truer menneskerettsvern. Dagens næringsliv 2016
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6 Saul, Matthew William.
Book review: Carcano, Andrea (2015) The Transformation of Occupied Territory in International Law. Leiden: Brill. xxx + 540 pp.​​​​. Journal of Peace Research 2016
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7 Saul, Matthew William.
How and When can the International Human Rights Judiciary Promote the Human Rights Role of National Parliaments?. ECPR General Conference 2016; 2016-09-07 - 2016-09-10
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8 Saul, Matthew William.
Parrillo v Italy: Parliamentary Process as Proportionality? PluriCourts Blog (January 7th, 2016)..
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9 Saul, Matthew William.
Response to Başak Çali’s ESIL Reflection: The Disciplinary Account of the Authority of International Law. EJIL Talk 12 May 2016.
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10 Saul, Matthew William.
Strasbourg Case Law and Its Recognition of National Parliamentary Processes when Addressing Human Rights Issues.
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11 Saul, Matthew William.
Structuring evaluations of parliamentary processes by the European Court of Human Rights. International Journal of Human Rights 2016 ;Volume 20.(8) p. 1077-1096
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12 Saul, Matthew William.
The ECtHR and National Parliaments. The Rule of Law, The European Court of Human Rights and the UK: A New Court for a New Era?; 2016-04-20 - 2016-04-20
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13 Saul, Matthew William.
The UN Treaty Bodies and National Parliaments. ‘Interaction between human rights: 50 years of the Covenants’; 2016-09-29 - 2016-09-30
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2015
14 Saul, Matthew William.
Conclusion: Towards a Fuller Understanding of the Foundations, Practice, and Future of the Role of International Law in Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. I: International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1138780118. p. 295-310
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15 Saul, Matthew William.
International Law and the Identification of an Interim Government to Lead Post-Conflict Reconstruction. I: International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1138780118. p. 23-44
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16 Saul, Matthew William.
International Law and the Legitimacy of Interim Governments. European Society of International Law Research Forum; 2015-05-14 - 2015-05-15
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17 Saul, Matthew William.
International Law and the Legitimacy of Interim Governments. Law and Politics of State Transformation; 2015-09-21 - 2015-09-22
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18 Saul, Matthew William.
The European Court of Human Rights' margin of appreciation and the processes of national parliaments. Human Rights Law Review 2015 ;Volume 15.(4) p. 745-774
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19 Saul, Matthew William.
The European Court of Human Rights’ Margin of Appreciation and the Processes of National Parliaments. Subsidiarity and the Margin of Appreciation; 2015-06-04 - 2015-06-05
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20 Saul, Matthew William.
The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments. International Law and Domestic Law-Making Processes; 2015-09-04 - 2015-09-04
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21 Saul, Matthew William.
The International Human Rights Judiciary and the Quality of Parliamentary Process. The International Human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments; 2015-11-13 - 2015-11-14
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22 Saul, Matthew William.
The International Human Rights Judiciary and the Quality of Parliamentary Process. The International human Rights Judiciary and National Parliaments; 2015-03-12 - 2015-03-13
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23 Saul, Matthew William.
What Type of Parliamentary Conduct does the European Court of Human Rights Promote?. Parliaments in the Open Government Era; 2015-01-14 - 2015-01-15
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24 Saul, Matthew William.
What Type of Parliamentary Conduct does the European Court of Human Rights Promote?. MultiRights Seminar; 2015-01-20 - 2015-01-20
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25 Saul, Matthew William.
What type of parliamentary conduct does the European Court on Human Rights promote?. Parliaments in the Open Government Era; 2015-01-14 - 2015-01-15
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26 Saul, Matthew William; Sweeney, James.
International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge 2015 (ISBN 978-1138780118) 354 p.
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27 Saul, Matthew William; Sweeney, James.
Introduction. I: International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge 2015 ISBN 978-1138780118. p. 1-20
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28 Sweeney, James; Saul, Matthew William.
International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Routledge 2015 (ISBN 1138780111) 322 p.
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2014
29 Saul, Matthew William.
Identifying jus cogens norms: The interaction of scholars and international judges. Asian Journal of International Law 2014 ;Volume 5.(1) p. 26-54
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30 Saul, Matthew William.
International human rights law and domestic parliaments. ESIL Interest Group on Human Rights Roundtable; 2014-09-04 - 2014-09-05
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31 Saul, Matthew William.
National Parliaments in the Reasoning of the European Court of Human Rights. MultiRights Seminar; 2014-10-21 - 2014-10-21
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32 Saul, Matthew William.
Popular Governance of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Role of International Law. Cambridge University Press 2014 (ISBN 9781107055315) 288 p.
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33 Saul, Matthew William.
The European Court of Human Rights and the Promotion of Parliamentary Mobilization for Human Rights. XVII Nordic Political Science Congress; 2014-08-12 - 2014-08-15
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34 Saul, Matthew William.
The identification of an interim government to lead post-conflict reconstruction. Workshop on International Law and Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy; 2014-06-27 - 2014-06-27
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35 Saul, Matthew William.
The Quality of Parliamentary Mobilisation for Human Rights: A Role for the International Human Rights Judiciary?. MultiRights Seminar; 2014-03-18 - 2014-03-18
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36 Saul, Matthew William.
Transitioning from Conflict: The Role of the International Human Rights Judiciary. Debating "Transitional Cosmopolitanism" through Courts’; 2014-03-03 - 2014-03-04
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2013
37 Saul, Matthew William.
Book review: E. de Wet, and J. Vidmar (eds), Hierarchy in International Law: The Place of Human Rights (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2012. Human Rights Law Review 2013 ;Volume 13.(1) p. 201-205
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38 Saul, Matthew William.
Creating Interim Governments after Conflict: the Role of International Law. Workshop on the Role of International law in Post-Conflict Reconstruction Policy. Durham University; 2013-06-07 - 2013-06-07
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39 Saul, Matthew William.
The International Human Rights Judiciary and Domestic Institutions: Interaction as a Source of Democratic Legitimacy?. MultiriRights Seminar; 2013-05-28 - 2013-05-28
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40 Saul, Matthew William.
The Reception of Decisions of International Human Rights Courts at the Domestic Level. The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference: International Law Section; 2013-09-05 - 2013-09-06
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