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Marta Cartabia
When rights are controversial, are dialogues between Courts still enough?
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The dialogue between Courts in Europe is by and large the most recurrent topic in constitutional law studies in recent years. Colloquia, conferences, researches, doctoral theses, not to speak about books, articles and essays etc., all converge on the problems of the multiple interactions between national courts and the European Courts, including the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights.

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