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Doctorante à l’Université de Strasbourg (SAGE UMR 7363 et IDEDH EA 3976)

The term « dialogue between judges » is fascinating as well as disturbing since it is particularly sensitive to define its content in a concrete way. This article questions an aspect of the notion by focusing on the jurisprudential interaction on the ne bis in idem principle between the European Court of Justice and the European Court of Human Rights. The research discloses a dialogue of varying intensity as, on the one hand, the two Courts built a visible, although late, dialogue on the idem and on the other hand the case law is marked by low interactions on the bis in spite of the diversity of the issues raised.