Este reporte fue elaborado por Oswaldo Ruiz-Chiriboga.
En el último volumen de la Revista American University International Law Review (Vol. 27, No. 2, 2012, pp. 263-321) se publicó el artículo “Strategizing for Compliance:The Evolution of a Compliance Phase of Inter-American Court Litigation and the Strategic Imperative for Victims’ Representatives”, escrito por David C. Baluarte. Este es un extracto de la introducción del artículo:
“This article provides a comprehensive review of the Court’s compliance jurisprudence by developing a typology of the Court’s reparations and systematizing all available information on the implementation of those reparations. By culling more than 90 experiences with implementation and providing both quantitative and qualitative analysis of these experiences, this article highlights the predictive potential of this body of jurisprudence. This article encourages inter-American representatives to inquire into state tendencies with regard to compliance as a means to formulate compliance strategies at the earliest stages of litigation. Representatives should view the compliance phase of litigation like any other, with a range of possible outcomes that can be tactically achieved. In this way, compliance jurisprudence can help representatives to reflect on the potential impact of their work, and to take deliberate, strategic steps to maximize that impact at each stage of a litigation project.”