The Council of Europe: Monitoring Procedures and the Constitutional Autonomy of the Member Statesa European Law Study, Based Upon Documents and Commentaries, Illustrated by the Council of Europe's Actions Against the Constitutional Reform in Liechtenstein

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This study examines the Council of Europe's legal bases, organisation and duties to monitor member states, based on the charter and a multitude of the Council's legal acts and documents. The book provides penetrating insight into the tensions between law and reality, elucidating the antagonism of the states' international law and sovereignty, and yielding rich insight for everyone interested in politics, international law, European law and state law.