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 Volume 13 Issue 4

 Table of Contents

Editorial

 

Honor Roll of Reviewers 2015

I.CON Keynote

Ruth Rubio-Marín, The (dis)establishment of gender: Care and gender roles in the family as a constitutional matter

Articles

Rosalind Dixon, Constitutional drafting and distrust

John McGarry and Neophytos Loizides, Power-sharing in a re-united Cyprus: Centripetal coalitions vs proportional sequential coalitions

Symposium: Who supports international law, and why? The United States, the European Union, and the international legal order

Mark A. Pollack, Who supports international law, and why? The United States, the European Union, and the international legal order

Basak Calı, Comparing the support of the EU and the US for international human rights law qua international human rights law: Worlds too far apart?

Martijn Groenleer, The United States, the European Union, and the International Criminal Court: Similar values, different interests?

Daniel Kelemen and Tim Knievel, The United States, the European Union, and international environmental law: The domestic dimensions of green diplomacy

Jappe Eckhardt and Manfred Elsig, Support for international trade law: The US and the EU compared

Gráinne de Búrca, Internalization of international law by the CJEU and the US Supreme Court

I.CON: Debate!

Aileen Kavanagh, What’s so weak about “weak-form review”? The case of the UK Human Rights Act 1998

Stephen Gardbaum, What’s so weak about “weak-form review”?  A reply to Aileen Kavanagh

Aileen Kavanagh, What’s so weak about “weak-form review”? A rejoinder to Stephen Gardbaum

I.CON: Debate!

Jan Komárek, Constitutional revolutions and the constituent power: A reply to Mark Tushnet

Mark Tushnet, Constitutional revolutions and the constituent power: A rejoinder to Jan Komárek

Review Essay

Gregory Shaffer, Law, constitutionalism, and world society: Kjaer, Kratochwil, and global (dis)order. Review of Friedrich Kratochwil. The Status of Law in World Society: Meditations on the Role and Rule of Law; Poul Kjaer. Constitutionalism in the Global Realm: A Sociological Approach

Book Reviews

Christian Volk. Arendtian Constitutionalism. Law, Politics and the Order of Freedom (Dana Schmalz)

Samuel Issacharoff. Fragile Democracies: Contested Power in the Age of Constitutional Courts (David E. Landau)

Michelle Evans and Augusto Zimmermann, eds. Global Perspectives on Subsidiarity (Machiko Kanetake)

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Published on February 9, 2016
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