On the Crossing of Rubicons: Norm Dissemination and Policy Idiosyncrasy in the UK
KENDALL W. STILES and DEBORAH WELLS posit that patterns with respect to international law endorsement hold in the case of Britain’s endorsement of the European Convention on Human Rights. They argue that this, however, conceals a much more complex and counter-intuitive set of causal dynamics below the surface.
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