“Whereas others see the ECJ as sui generis, for me these exceptional qualities simply call for explanation. I see the ECJ as representing the far end of the continuum of influence for international courts– the ECJ is about the most powerful and influential international court that is realistically possible.”
The European Court’s Political Power, p. 5.
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