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This collection of studies intends to honour Heinrich Klebes, who, both as a distinguished international civil servant and as a scholar and analyst, has made and continues to make an important contribution to the development of European co-operation in general and within the Council of Europe in particular. At the same time, it offers a unique and stimulating analysis of the development of a common body of law in the wider Europe. The twenty-nine articles contained in this volume are grouped together under five headings: commitment to democratic standards; protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms; the Council of Europe in context; the common legal space; and common problems of democracy and transatlantic relations.