Tom Ginsburg’s Democracies and International Law explores the ways in which regional human rights regimes have been designed to promote and protect democracy and the degree of their success in an age of democratic backsliding. In this symposium contribution, I examine the impact of the relationship between the European Union (E.U.) and Turkey on that country’s record of democratic backsliding. I argue that European countries’ difficulties in managing multi-racial democracy have limited the depth and effectiveness of the E.U.’s pro-democratic commitments in its dealings with Turkey.
Bâli, Aslı Ü.
"The Limits of Prodemocratic International Law in Europe,"
Chicago Journal of International Law:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://chicagounbound.uchicago.edu/cjil/vol23/iss1/3