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ICON Volume 20, Issue 1: Table of Contents

[Editor’s Note: For the benefit of ICONnect readers, the Table of Contents to ICON’s new issue provides hyperlinks to the articles and their abstracts online.]

Volume 20 Issue 1

Table of Contents


Editorial Reflection

Gráinne de Búrca, Poland and Hungary’s EU membership: On not confronting authoritarian governments

Afterword: Karen J. Alter and Her Critics

Doreen Lustig, The Vedanta challenge to multilateralism: Piercing the boundaries of the global legal order—Afterword to the Foreword by Karen Alter

Sergio Puig, The fatigue of multilateralism: A new hope for international law—Afterword to the Foreword by Karen Alter

Gregory Shaffer, Capitalism, international law, race, and China’s rise: Afterword to the Foreword by Karen Alter

Ntina Tzouvala, Global capitalism and law, and where to find them: Afterword to the Foreword by Karen Alter

Antoine Vauchez, In the Moëbius strip of global economic law: Afterword to the Foreword by Karen Alter

Karen J. Alter, How to change the operating system of global capitalism: A rejoinder


Udit Bhatia, Indirect elections as a constitutional device of epistocracy

Miles Jackson, Judicial avoidance at the European Court of Human Rights: Institutional authority, the procedural turn, and docket control

Adam Chilton and Mila Versteeg, Small-c constitutional rights

Thana C. de Campos-Rudinsky and Mariana Canales, Global health governance and the principle of subsidiarity: In defense of a robust decentralization approach

William Partlett, Crown-Presidentialism

Marcus Teo, Constitutional civil-military dynamics in Southeast Asia

Symposium: Football Feminism

Michele Krech and Joseph H. H. Weiler, Football feminism: Global governance perspectives

Antoine Duval, Taking feminism beyond the state: FIFA as a transnational battleground for feminist legal critique

Daniela Heerdt and Nadia Bernaz, Elements for FIFA’s feminist transformation: The case for indicators on football and women’s rights

Claire Poppelwell-Scevak, The gender pay gap: How FIFA dropped the ball

María Ximena Dávila, Nina Chaparro, and Nelson Camilo Sánchez, Rights-based constitutionalism and gender justice in Colombian women’s soccer

Amée Bryan, A view from the top: An examination of postfeminist sensibilities in women leaders’ constructions of success and responses to gender inequality in English football

Critical Review of Governance

Oran Doyle and Rachael Walsh, Constitutional amendment and public will formation: Deliberative mini-publics as a tool for consensus democracy

Critical Review of Jurisprudence

Simon Butt and Prayekti Murharjanti, What constitutes compliance? Legislative responses to Constitutional Court decisions in Indonesia

Stefano Osella, Reinforcing the binary and disciplining the subject: The constitutional right to gender recognition in the Italian case law

ICON: Debate!

Nico Krisch, Entangled legalities in the postnational space

Jan Klabbers, Dystopian legalities: A reply to Nico Krisch

Sanne Taekema, Navigating law’s complexities: Concepts for postnational law—A reply to Nico Krisch

Book Reviews

Joelle Grogan, Review of Miguel Poiares Maduro and Paul W. Kahn (eds). Democracy in Times of Pandemic: Different Futures Imagined

Maciej Krogel, Review of Camila Vergara, Systemic Corruption: Constitutional Ideas for an Anti-Oligarchic Republic

Davide Paris, Review of Giacomo Delledonne. Costituzione e legge elettorale. Un percorso comparatistico nello Stato costituzionale europeo [Constitution and electoral law. A comparative journey in the European constitutional State]

Dinesha Samararatne, Review of Philipp Dann, Michael Riegner and Maxim Bonnemann (eds), The Global South and Comparative Constitutional Law


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