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Bill Bowring

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Forthcoming publications: Book The Degradation Of The International Legal Order: The Rehabilitation Of Law And The Possibility Of Politics ISBN : 1904385362 Imprint : Routledge Cavendish Article (with Myroslava Antonovych, Faculty of Law, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy) “Ukraine's long and winding road to the Charter” in The European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages: Legal Challenges and Opportunities Council of Europe, 2007 Chapter “Positivism versus self-determination: the contradictions of Soviet international law” in Susan Marks (editor) International Law on the Left: Revisiting Marxist Legacies Hart Publishing Article “The Tatars of the Russian Federation and National-Cultural Autonomy: A Contradiction in Terms?” in Karl Cordell and David Smith (eds) The Theory and Practice of Cultural Autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives Special Issue of Ethnopolitics. Past publications: Article “Negating Pluralist Democracy: The European Court Of Human Rights Forgets the Rights of the Electors” (2007) 11 KHRP Legal Review pp.67-96; this will shortly appear in Russian in the journal Human Rights. Practice of the European Court of Human Rights. Chapter “Moscow: Third Rome, Model Communist City, Eurasian Antagonist - and Power as No-Power?” in Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (ed) Law and the City (London: Routledge Cavendish, 2007) Chapter “The human rights implications of international listing mechanisms for ‘terrorist’ organizations” for Final Report of the OSCE-ODIHR and UN OHCHR Expert Workshop on Human Rights and International Co-operation in Counter-Terrorism, 15-17 November 2006, Triesenberg, Lichtenstein ODIHR/GAL 14/07, 21 February 2007, pp.75-113, at http://www.icj.org/IMG/OSCE-ODIHRReport07.pdf Chapter “Ombudsman Institutions and Ethnic Conflict in Russia and Ukraine: A Failure of Local Institution-building?” in European Yearbook of Minority Issues Vol.4, 2004/5, pp.269-294 (2006, Brill) Chapter “Ideology Critique and International Law: Towards a Substantive Account of International Human Rights” in Colin Warbrick and Stephen Tierney (eds) Towards an International Legal Community? The Sovereignty of States and the Sovereignty of International Law (London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2006) pp.193-210 Article “Russia in a Common European Legal Space. Developing effective remedies for the violations of rights by public bodies: compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights” in Kaj Hober (ed) The Uppsala Yearbook of East European Law 2004 (London: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill, 2005) pp.89-116 ISBN 1-898029-80-6 Article “Administrativnaya iyustitsiya v Yevrope: analaticheskiy obzor” “Administrative Justice in Europe: Analytical Survey” (2005) No.2 (51) Sravniteltoye konstitutsionnoye obozrenye (Comparative Constitutional Review) (Moscow: Institute for Law and Public Policy) pp.31-56 Chapter “The Crimean autonomy: innovation or anomaly?” in Marc Weller and Stefan Wolff Autonomy, Self-governance and Conflict Resolution: Innovative approaches to institutional design in divided societies (Routledge, 2005) pp.75-97, ISBN 0-415-33986-3 Chapter “Burial and Resurrection: Karl Renner's controversial influence on the ‘National Question’ in Russia” in Ephraim Nimni (ed) National-Cultural Autonomy and its Contemporary Critics (Routledge, 2005) pp.191-206, ISBN 0-415-24964-3 Chapters “The reality of human rights in Commonwealth of Independent States” and “The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and human rights” in Rhona Smith and Christien van den Anker (eds) The Essentials of Human Rights (Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 2005) ISBN: 0340815744 Report “The Rule of Law in Moldova” for the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), November 2004, at http://www.icj.org/news.php3?id_article=3598〈=en Chapter "Law, Customary: Central Asia" in Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, volume 2 (2004, Brill, Leiden) Review of Catherin Dupre “Importing the Law in Post-Communist Transitions. The Hungarian Constitutional Court and the Right to Human Dignity” (2004) v.15, n.1 Kings College Law Journal pp.194-198 Article "Postcolonial Transitions on the Southern Borders of the Former Soviet Union: The Return of Eurasianism?" in John Strawson and Roshan de Silva Wijeyeratne (eds) "Tracking the Postcolonial in Law", special issue of the Griffith Law Review (2003) v.12, n.2, pp.238-262 Chapter "Rejected organs? The efficacy of legal transplantation, and the ends of human rights in the Russian Federation", in Esin Orucu (ed) Judicial Comparativism in Human Rights Cases (2003) London, United Kingdom National Committee of Comparative Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, pp.159-182 Article "Forbidden Relations? The UK's Discourse of Human Rights and the Struggle for Social Justice" (2002) n.1 Law, Social Justice, and Global Development, at http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/global/issue/2002-1/bowring.htm Chapter "The degradation of international law?" in John Strawson (ed) Law After Ground Zero (2002) London, Glasshouse Press ISBN 1-904385-02-8 Article "Sudebnaya systema i yeyo radikalnaya reforma v Anglii i Uwelse (The judicial system and its radical reform in England and Wales)" (2002) No.3 (4) Konstitutsionnoye Pravo: Vostochnoevropeiskoye Obozreniye (Constitutional Law: Eastern European Review) pp.2-11 ISSN 1560-7828 Article "Dolgii put Velikobritanii k evropeiskim standartam prav cheloveka: v avangarde I daleko pozadi (The long march of the UK to European standards of human rights: In the lead and far behind") (2002) No1 (38) Konstitutsionnoye Pravo: Vostochnoevropeiskoye Obozreniye (Constitutional Law: Eastern European Review) pp.37-45 ISSN 1560-7828 Article "Austro-Marxism's Last Laugh?: The Struggle for Recognition of National-Cultural Autonomy for Rossians and Russians" (March 2002) v.54, n.2 Europe-Asia Studies pp.229-250 Chapter "Between a (Russian) rock and a (Crimean Tatar) hard place? Ethnic, linguistic and minority issues" in Ann Lewis (ed) Ukraine and the EU: Neighbours, Friends, Partners? (The Federal Trust, 2002) Article "Rossiya, Sovet Evropy i Prava Cheloveka" (Russia, the Council of Europe and Human Rights" in A. Avtonomov et al, Rossiya i Sovyet Evropy: Perspektivy Vzaimodeistviya (Moscow, Institute of Law and Public Policy, 2001) pp.37-59 Article "Vstupleniye Rossii v Sovet Evropy i prava cheloveka: chetyre goda spustya (Russia's accession to the Council of Europe and human rights: four years on)" Rossiiskii Byulletin po Pravam Cheloveka (2001) No. 14, pp. 53-66 Chapter "Zashchita prav detei v zakonodaelstve Anglii (Protection of Childrens Rights in English Legislation" pp. 150-163 in Dashkina and others (ed) Sotsialnoye Zakonodatelstvo Rossii i Velikobritanii (Social legislation in Russia and Great Britain) (Moscow, Khrisostom Publisher, 2000) Article "Russia's accession to the Council of Europe and human rights: four years on" (2000) European Human Rights Law Review Issue 4, p.362, ISSN: 1361 1526 Article "Russia's accession to the Council of Europe and human rights: four years on" (2000) Helsinki Monitor: Quarterly on Security and Cooperation in Europe ISSN 0925-0972 Chapter "Russian Children: The Obscenity of Political Fantasy" in Eric Heinze (ed) Of Innocence and autonomy: Children, sex and human rights (Ashgate, Dartmouth, 2000) ISBN 1 84014 484 X Book Sotsilanoye Zakonodatelstvo Rossii i Velikobritanii (Social Legislation in Russia and Great Britain) (ed Bill Bowring and Maria Levina, Moscow, Russian European Trust, 2000) includes Chapter "The protection of children's rights in English legislation" ISBN 5 87372 099 1 Chapter “Ancient Peoples and New Nations in the Russian Federation: Questions of Theory and Practice” in Stephen Tierney (ed) Accommodating National Identity: New Approaches in International and Domestic Law (Kluwer Law International, 2000) ISBN 90 411 1400 9 Chapter “Criticising Judges in Russia” in Michael Addo (ed) Freedom of Expression and the Criticism of Judges: A comparative study of European legal standards (Dartmouth, 2000) ISBN 0 7546 2129 4 Chapter "Politics, the Rule of Law and the Judiciary" in Neil Robinson (ed) Institutions and Political Change in Russia (Macmillan, 2000) ISBN 0 333 73525 0 Book Minority and Group Rights in the New Millennium (ed Deirdre Fottrell and Bill Bowring, Kluwer Law International, 1999), includes chapter “Multicultural Citizenship: A More Viable Framework for Minority Rights?” ISBN 90 411 1013 5 Chapter “Politics Versus the Rule of Law in the Work of the Russian Constitutional Court” in Jiri Priban and James Young (eds) The Rule of Law in Eastern and Central Europe (Dartmouth, 1999) ISBN 1 84014 719 9 Article “The Children of Russia: Victims of Crisis, Beneficiaries of International Law” (1999) Vol 11 Child and Family Law Quarterly pp. 125-135 ISSN 1358 8414 Chapter “Human Rights and Eastern Europe” in A. Hegarty and S. Leonard A Human Rights Agenda for the Twenty-First Century (Cavendish,1999) ISBN 1 85941 393 5 Chapter “New Nations and National Minorities: Ukraine and the Question of Citizenship” in Peter Cumper and Steven Wheatley (eds) Minority Rights in the ‘New’ Europe (Kluwer Law International 1999) ISBN 90 411 1124 7 Article “The Rights of Indigenous Peoples: International Perspectives” (1998, No.2(5)) Migration Issues, Kyiv) p.22, in English and in Ukrainian Article “Redress for Survivors of Torture” in C. Joyner (ed) “Reining in Impunity for International Crimes and Serious Violatons of Fundamental Human Rights” (Association Internationale de Droit Penale, Siracusa, 1998) Chapter "Sergei Kovalyov: The First Russian Human Rights Ombudsman - and the Last?" pp. 235-256 in Rein Mullerson, Malgosia Fitzmaurice and Mads Adenas (eds) Constitutional Reform and International Law in Central and Eastern Europe (Kluwer Law International, 1998) ISBN 90 411 0526 3 Chapter “Is post-statism really post-Marxism?: A response to John Hoffman” in Mary Davies and Marj Mayo (eds) Marxism & struggle: Toward the millennium (London: Praxis Press, 1998) pp.125-136 Edited Book Prisons Law and Human Rights (Erebus Publishers, Moscow, 1997) Article "Russia's Accession to the Council of Europe and Human Rights: Compliance or Cross-Purposes?" (1997) 6 European Human Rights Law Review pp.628-643. This has been translated into Russian, and appears in Rossiiskii Byulleten po Prava Cheloveka (Russian Bulletin on Human Rights) Issue 10 1998, pp.12-23 Article "Law and Order in the 'New' Britain" in Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin (eds) "The Next Ten Years: Key Issues for Blair's Britain", special issue of Soundings, 1997, pp.100-110 Chapter “Human Rights in the Transitional Period. Risk Scenarios: An International Perspective” in International Human Rights Enforcement: The Case of the Occupied Palestinian Territories in the Transitional Period (CIHRE, 1996) Chapter “The Kurds of Turkey: Protecting the Rights of a Minority” in Kirsten Schulze, Martin Stokes, Colm Campbell (eds) Nationalism, Minorities and Diasporas: Identities and Rights in the Middle East (London: I. B. Tauris,1996) Article “Law and injustice: Is there an exit from the post-modern maze?” (1996) Issue 2 Soundings pp.213-224 Bill Bowring and Prof. Valeriy Savitsky (eds) Prava Cheloveka i Sudebniy Kontrol (Human Rights and Judicial Review) (Moscow, Human Rights Publishers, March 1996) Chapter “Human Rights in Russia: A Discourse of Emancipation or Just Another Mirage?” in Istvan Pogany (ed) Human Rights in Eastern Europe (London: Edward Elgar, 1995) pp.87-110 Article "The "droit et devoir d'ingérence": A Timely New Remedy for Africa?", (1995) Vol 7 African Journal of International and Comparative Law pp.493-510 Article “The Committee of the Regions: Europe and British Local Government” (1995) v.1 n.3 European Public Law pp. 395-416 Chapter “Whose Rights, What People, Which Community? The Rule of Law as an Instrument of Oppression in the New Latvia” in Peter Fitzpatrick (ed) Racism, Nationalism and the Rule of Law (ed) (Dartmouth, 1995) Chapter “Socialism, Liberation Struggles and the Law” in Ian Grigg-Spall and Paddy Ireland (eds) The Critical Lawyers Handbook (London: Pluto Press, 1992), pp.179-183, and at http://www.nclg.org.uk/book1/3_9.htm