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The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) ranks as the paradigmatic example of a successful international court. And yet, in the last fifteen years, the European human rights system has been haunted by crisis talk. A massive case overload, implementation deficiencies and pushbacks, possibly even amounting to a systemic backlash against the ECtHR, in particular from parliaments and judiciaries, have triggered reform efforts in which the post-adjudication phase shifted more and more to the centre of the debate. Setting out from a contextual analysis of recent judgements of the ECtHR and of the European system’s institutional architecture to secure compliance, our panelists shall discuss institutional and jurisprudential strategies that have been developed to cope with ever more diverse attitudes toward the Convention in European political and legal landscapes.