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    International Journal of Constitutional Law

    International Journal of Constitutional Law

    2003, Vol.1               

    2004, Vol.2

    2005, Vol.3

    2006, Vol.4

    2007, Vol.5

    2008, Vol.6

    2009, Vol.7

    2010, Vol.8

    2011, Vol.9

    2012, Vol.10

    2013, Vol.11

    2014, Vol.12

    2015, Vol.13

    2016, Vol.14

    2017, Vol.15


    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2003, Vol.1

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jurgen Habermas

    Intolerance and discrimination

    No.1

    pp. 2-12

    Frank I. Michelman

    The constitution, social rights, and liberal political justification

    No.1

    pp. 13-34

    Claire L Heureux-Dube

    Realizing equality in the twentieth century: the role of the Supreme Court of Canada in comparative perspective

    No.1

    pp. 35-57

    Xin Chunying

    What kind of judicial power does China need?

    No.1

    pp. 58-78

    Mark Tushnet

    The issue of state action/ horizontal effect in comparative constitutional law

    No.1

    pp. 79-98

    Michel Troper

    The logic of justification of judicial review

    No.1

    pp. 99-121

    Simon Evans

    Australia

    No.1

    pp. 123-130

    Rodrigo P. Correa G.

    Chile

    No.1

    pp. 130-135

    Beate Rudolf

    European Union

    No.1

    pp. 135-141

    Christine Langenfeld

    Germany

    No.1

    pp. 141-146

    Benny Y. T. Tai

    Hong Kong (china)

    No.1

    pp. 147-151

    Anashri Pillay

    South Africa

    No.1

    pp. 152-157

    David Dyzenhaus

    Transitional Justice

    No.1

    pp. 163-175

    D. M. Davis

    Constitutional borrowing: The influence of legal culture and local history in the reconstitution of comparative influence: The South African experience

    No.2

    pp. 181-195

    Lee Epstein, Jack Knight

    Constitutional borrowing and nonborrowing

    No.2

    pp. 196-223

    Yasuo Hasebe

    Constitutional borrowing and political theory

    No.2

    pp. 224-243

    Wiktor Osiatynski

    Paradoxes of constitutional borrowing

    No.2

    pp. 244-268

    Carlos F. Rosenkrantz

    Against borrowings and other nonauthoritative uses of foreign law

    No.2

    pp. 269-295

    Kim Lane Scheppele

    Aspirational and aversive constitutionalism: The case for studying cross- constitutional influence through negative models

    No.2

    pp. 296-324

    Hilary Charlesworth

    The Constitution of East Timor, May 20, 2002

    No.2

    pp. 325-334

    Mark Elliott

    United Kingdom

    No.2

    pp. 334-344

     

    The European Convention: preliminary observations

    No.2

    pp. 345-345

    Valery Giscad d'Estaing

    The convention and the future of Europe Issues and goals

    No.2

    pp. 346-354

    Guiliano Amato

    The European convention first achievements and open dilemmas

    No.2

    pp. 355-363

    Robert Badinter

    A European constitution Perspectives of a French delegate to the convention

    No.2

    pp. 363-372

    Michel Rosenfeld

    The European Convention and constitution making in Philadephia

    No.2

    pp. 373-378

    Francisco Rubio Llorente

    A Charter of dubious utility

    No.3

    pp. 405-426

    Gordon Silverstein

    Globalization and the rule of law: A machine that runs of itself?

    No.3

    pp. 427-445

    Keith E. Whittington

    Legislative sanctions and the strategic environment of judicial review

    No.3

    pp. 446-474

    Burt Neuborne, Lorraine Weinrib

    Constitutional court profile: Annals of constitutional courts

    No.3

    pp. 475-476

    Burt Neuborne

    The Supreme Court of India

    No.3

    pp. 476-510

    Caroline Taube

    Latvia: Political participation of linguistic minorities

    No.3

    pp. 511-515

    Li-ann Thio

    Singapore: Regulating political speech and the commitment "to build a democratic society"

    No.3

    pp. 516-524

    David Bilchitz

    South Africa: Right to health and access to HIV/ AIDS drug treatment

    No.3

    pp. 524-534

    Alexei Trochev

    Ukraine: Constitutional Court invalidates ban of Communist Party

    No.3

    pp. 534-540

    Upendra Baxi

    A known but an indifferent judge: Situating Ronald Dworkin in contemporary Indian jurisprudence

    No.4

    pp. 557-589

    Arthur Chaskalson

    From wickedness to equality: The moral transformation of South African law

    No.4

    pp. 590-609

    Bernhard Schlink

    Hercules in Germany?

    No.4

    pp. 610-620

    Gustavo Zagrebelsky

    Ronald Dworkin s principle based constitutionalism: An Italian point of view

    No.4

    pp. 621-650

    Ronald Dworkin

    Response to overseas commentators

    No.4

    pp. 651-662

    Frances Raday

    Culture, religion, and gender

    No.4

    pp. 663-715

    Beate Rudolf

    European Court of Human Rights: Legal status of postoperative transsexuals

    No.4

    pp. 716-721

    John Keown

    European Court of Human Rights: Death in Strasbourg- assisted suicide, the Pretty case, and the European Convention on Human Rights

    No.4

    pp. 722-730

    Leslie Turano

    Spain: Banning political parties as a response to Basque terrorism

    No.4

    pp. 730-740

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2004, Vol.2

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Sujit Choudhry

    The Lochner era and comparative constitutionalism

    No.1

    pp. 1-55

    Terence Daintith

    The constitutional protection of economic rights

    No.1

    pp. 56-90

    Vicki C. Jackson

    Comparative constitutional federalism and transnational judicial discourse

    No.1

    pp. 91-138

    Mary Marshall

    Canada: Production of private records of victims of sexual assault in R. v. Shearing

    No.1

    pp. 139-148

    Vijayashri Sripati, Arun K. Thiruvengadam

    India: Constitutional amendment making the right to education a Fundamental Right

    No.1

    pp. 148-158

    Mark Tushnet

    United States: Supreme Court rules on affirmative action

    No.1

    pp. 158-173

    John Ferejohn, Pasquale Pasquino

    The law of the exception: A typology of emergency powers

    No.2

    pp. 210-239

    Jon Elster

    Comments on the paper by Ferejohn and Pasquino

    No.2

    pp. 240-243

    David Dyzenhaus

    Intimations of legality amid the clash of arms

    No.2

    pp. 244-271

    Radhika Coomaraswamy, Charmaine de los Reyes

    Rule by emergency: Sri Lanka s postcolonial constitutional experience

    No.2

    pp. 272-295

    Samuel Issacharoff, Richard H. Pildes

    Emergency contexts without emergency powers: The United States constitutional approach to rights during wartime

    No.2

    pp. 296-333

    Geoffrey R. Stone

    Free speech in World War II: When are you going to indict the seditionists?

    No.2

    pp. 334-367

    Vicki C. Jackson

    Proconstitutional behavior, political actors, and independent courts: A comment on Geoffrey Stone s paper

    No.2

    pp. 368-379

    Dominic McGoldrick

    The interface between public emergency powers and international law

    No.2

    pp. 380-429

    Winfried Brugger

    Communitarianism as the social and legal theory behind the German Constitution

    No.3

    pp. 431-460

    Victor Ferreres Comella

    The European model of constitutional review of legislation: Toward decentralization?

    No.3

    pp. 461-491

    Victor V. Ramraj

    Four models of due process

    No.3

    pp. 492-524

    Bernhard Hofstotter

    European Court of Human Rights: Positive obligations in E. and others v. United Kingdom

    No.3

    pp. 525-534

    Shigenori Matsui

    Japan: The Supreme Court and the separation of church and state

    No.3

    pp. 534-545

    Mark Elliott

    United Kingdom: Parliamentary sovereignty under pressure

    No.3

    pp. 545-554

    William N. Eskridge

    United States: Lawrence v. Texas and the imperative of comparative constitutionalism

    No.3

    pp. 555-560

    Diane Marie Amann

    Raise the flag and let it talk : On the use of external norms in constitutional decision making

    No.4

    pp. 597-610

    Daphne Barak-Erez

    The international law of human rights and constitutional law: a case study of an expanding dialogue

    No.4

    pp. 611-632

    Michel Rosenfeld

    Constitutional adjudication in Europe and the United States: paradoxes and contrasts

    No.4

    pp. 633-668

    Blanca Rodriguez Ruiz

    Recognizing the rights of unmarried cohabitants in Spain: Why not treat them like married couples?

    No.4

    pp. 669-689

    Xavier Philippe

    France: The amendment of the French Constitution on the Decentralized Organization of the Republic

    No.4

    pp. 691-705

    Renata Uitz

    Hungary: Mixed prospects for the constitutionalization of gay rights

    No.4

    pp. 705-715

    Felix Uhlmann

    Switzerland: Naturalization process presents conflict between democracy and the rule of law

    No.4

    pp. 716-722

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2005, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Roberto Gargarella

    The constitution of inequality. Constitutionalism in the Americas, 1776- 1860

    No.1

    pp. 1-23

    Michel Troper

    Marshall, Kelsen, Barak and the constitutionalist fallacy

    No.1

    pp. 24-38

    Lynn Berat

    The Constitutional Court of South Africa and jurisdictional questions: In the interest of justice?

    No.1

    pp. 39-76

    David Schneiderman

    Canada: Supreme Court addresses gay- positive readers in public schools

    No.1

    pp. 77-85

    Christine Langenfeld, Sarah Mohsen

    Germany: The teacher head scarf case

    No.1

    pp. 86-94

    Oliver Gerstenberg

    Germany: Freedom of conscience in public schools

    No.1

    pp. 94-106

    Karin Oellers-Frahm

    Italy and France: Immunity for the prime minister of Italy and the president of the French Republic

    No.1

    pp. 107-115

    Penelope Nevill

    New Zealand: The Privy Council is replaced with a domestic Supreme Court

    No.1

    pp. 115-127

    David Golove

    United States: The Bush administration s war on terrorism in the Supreme Court

    No.1

    pp. 128-146

    J.H.H. Weiler

    On the power of the Word: Europe s constitutional iconography

    No. 2-3

    pp. 173-190

    Dieter Grimm

    Integration by constitution

    No. 2-3

    pp. 193-208

    Neil Walker

    Europe's constitutional momentum and the search for polity legitimacy

    No. 2-3

    pp. 211-238

    Philip Pettit

    Comment on Walker: Europe s constitutional momentum

    No. 2-3

    pp. 239-242

    Andras Sajo

    Constitution without the constitutional moment: A view from the new member states

    No. 2-3

    pp. 243-261

    Mark Tushnet

    Misleading metaphors in comparative constitutionalism: Moments and enthusiasm

    No. 2-3

    pp. 262-268

    Ran Hirschl

    Preserving hegemony? Assessing the political origins of the EU Constitution

    No. 2-3

    pp. 269-294

    Armin von Bogdandy

    The European constitution and European identity: Text and subtext of the Treaty establishing a Constitution for Europe

    No. 2-3

    pp. 295-315

    Michel Rosenfeld

    The European treaty- constitution and constitutional identity: A view from America

    No. 2-3

    pp. 316-331

    Miguel Poiares Maduro

    The importance of being called a constitution: Constitutional authority and the authority of constitutionalism

    No. 2-3

    pp. 332-356

    Gianluigi Palombella

    Whose Europe? After the constitution: A goal- based citizenship

    No. 2-3

    pp. 357-382

    Otto Pfersmann

    The new revision of the old constitution

    No. 2-3

    pp. 383-404

    Paul Craig

    European governance: Executive and administrative powers under the new constitutional settlement

    No. 2-3

    pp. 407-439

    George A. Bermann

    Executive power in the new European constitution

    No. 2-3

    pp. 440-447

    Damian Chalmers

    Judicial authority and the constitutional treaty

    No. 2-3

    pp. 448-472

    Mattias Kumm, Victor Ferreres Comella

    The primacy clause of the constitutional treaty and the future of constitutional conflict in the European Union

    No. 2-3

    pp. 473-492

    Franz C. Mayer

    Competences- reloaded? The vertical division of powers in the EU and the new European constitution

    No. 2-3

    pp. 493-515

     

    A conversation between U.S. Supreme Court justices: The relevance of foreign legal materials in U.S. constitutional cases: A conversation between Justice Antonin Scalia and Justice Stephen Breyer

    No.4

    pp. 519-541

     

    Constitutional court judges roundtable: Comparative constitutionalism in practice Sixth World Congress of the International Association of Constitutional Law Santiago, Chile, January 12- 16, 2004

    No.4

    pp. 543-543

     

    Professor Juan Colombo Campbell Presiding judge of the Constitutional Court Chile

    No.4

    pp. 544-550

     

    Olivier Dutheillet de Lamothe Member, Conseil constitutionnel France

    No.4

    pp. 550-556

     

    Wolfgang Hoffmann- Riem Justice, Bundesverfassungsgericht (Constitutional Court) Germany

    No.4

    pp. 556-560

     

    N. Santosh Hegde Justice, Supreme Court India

    No.4

    pp. 560-567

     

    Luis Lopez Guerra Former judge, Tribunal Constitutional (Constitutional Court) Spain

    No.4

    pp. 567-569

     

    Stephen Sedley Lord Justice of Appeal, Her Majesty s Court of Appeal United Kingdom

    No.4

    pp. 569-571

    Robert Alexy

    Balancing, constitutional review, and representation

    No.4

    pp. 572-581

    Margaret A. Burnham

    Indigenous constitutionalism and the death penalty: The case of the Commonwealth Caribbean

    No.4

    pp. 582-616

    Luc B. Tremblay

    The legitimacy of judicial review: The limits of dialogue between courts and legislatures

    No.4

    pp. 617-648

    David Feldman

    Renaming cities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    No.4

    pp. 649-662

    Kai Peter Ziegler

    Democratic Republic of the Congo: The Transitional Constitution of April 1, 2003

    No.4

    pp. 662-673

    Beate Rudolf

    European Union: Compulsory military service

    No.4

    pp. 673-679

    Nicolas Nohlen

    Germany: The Electronic Eavesdropping Case

    No.4

    pp. 680-686

    Silvia Acierno, Julio Baquero Cruz

    The Order of the Spanish Constitutional Court on the proposal to convert the Basque Country into a freely associated community: Keeping hands off constitutional politics

    No.4

    pp. 687-695

    Arthur J. Jacobson, John P. McCormick

    The business of democracy is democracy

    No.4

    pp. 706-722

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2006, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Janet L. Hiebert

    Parliament and the Human Rights Act: Can the JCHR help facilitate a culture of rights?

    No.1

    pp. 1-37

    Daniel J. Meltzer

    Member state liability in Europe and the United States

    No.1

    pp. 39-83

    Yigal Mersel

    The dissolution of political parties: The problem of internal democracy

    No.1

    pp. 84-113

    Greg Taylor

    Germany: The subsidiarity principle

    No.1

    pp. 115-130

    Tania Groppi, Nicoletta Scattone

    Italy: The Subsidiarity Principle

    No.1

    pp. 131-137

    Susi Dwi Harijanti, Tim Lindsey

    Indonesia: General elections test the amended Constitution and the new Constitutional Court

    No.1

    pp. 138-150

    Leslie Turano

    Spain: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?: The struggle for jurisdiction between the Tribunal Constitucional and the Tribunal Supremo

    No.1

    pp. 151-162

    Jordan Steiker

    United States: Roper v. Simmons

    No.1

    pp. 163-171

    Catharine A. MacKinnon

    Sex equality under the Constitution of India: Problems, prospects, and personal laws

    No.2

    pp. 181-202

    Ran Hirschl, Christopher L. Eisgruber

    Prologue: North American constitutionalism?

    No.2

    pp. 203-212

    Kim Lane Scheppele

    North American emergencies: The use of emergency powers in Canada and the United States

    No.2

    pp. 213-243

    Christopher L. Eisgruber, Mariah Zeisberg

    Religious freedom in Canada and the United States

    No.2

    pp. 244-268

    Yasmin Dawood

    Democracy, power, and the Supreme Court: Campaign finance reform in comparative context

    No.2

    pp. 269-293

    Leslie F. Goldstein

    Constitutionalism and policies toward women: Canada and the United States

    No.2

    pp. 294-318

    Linda A. White

    Institutions, constitutions, actor strategies, and ideas: Explaining variation in paid parental leave policies in Canada and the United States

    No.2

    pp. 319-346

    Kent Roach

    Dialogue or defiance: Legislative reversals of Supreme Court decisions in Canada and the United States

    No.2

    pp. 347-370

    David Schneiderman

    Property rights and regulatory innovation: Comparing constitutional cultures

    No.2

    pp. 371-391

    Jorge A. Schiavon

    The central-local division of power in the Americas and renewed Mexican federalism: Old institutions, new political realities

    No.2

    pp. 392-410

    Stephen Zamora, Jose Ramon Cossio

    Mexican constitutionalism after presidencialismo

    No.2

    pp. 411-437

    Gunter Frankenberg

    Comparing constitutions: Ideas, ideals, and ideology- toward a layered narrative

    No.3

    pp. 439-459

    Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn

    An unconstitutional constitution? A comparative perspective

    No.3

    pp. 460-487

    Patrick Macklem

    Militant democracy, legal pluralism, and the paradox of self- determination

    No.3

    pp. 488-516

    Simon Evans

    Australia

    No.3

    pp. 517-532

    Beate Rudolf

    Council of Europe: Von Hannover v. Germany

    No.3

    pp. 533-539

    Daphne Barak-Erez

    Israel: The security barrier- between international law, constitutional law, and domestic judicial review

    No.3

    pp. 540-552

    Mark Elliott

    United Kingdom: Detention without trial and the war on terror

    No.3

    pp. 553-566

    H. Kwasi Prempeh

    African judges, in their own cause: Reconstituting independent courts in contemporary Africa

    No.3

    pp. 592-605

    Bo Vesterdorf

    A constitutional court for the EU?

    No.4

    pp. 607-617

    Michel Rosenfeld

    Comparing constitutional review by the European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court

    No.4

    pp. 618-651

    Norman Dorsen

    The selection of U.S. Supreme Court justices

    No.4

    pp. 652-663

    Michael Schoiswohl

    The new Afghanistan Constitution and international law: A love- hate affair

    No.4

    pp. 664-676

    Adrienne Stone, Simon Evans

    Australia: Freedom of speech and insult in the High Court of Australia

    No.4

    pp. 677-688

    Bettina Kotschy

    Austria: Asylum law in conflict with the Constitution

    No.4

    pp. 689-701

    Eva Brems

    Belgium: The Vlaams Blok political party convicted indirectly of racism

    No.4

    pp. 702-711

    Peter W. Hogg

    Canada: The Constitution and same- sex marriage

    No.4

    pp. 712-721

    Frank Hoffmeister

    Germany: Status of European Convention on Human Rights in domestic law

    No.4

    pp. 722-731

    Anat Scolnicov

    Religious law, religious Courts and human rights within Israeli constitutional structure

    No.4

    pp. 732-740

    Stephen Gardbaum

    Where the (state) action is

    No.4

    pp. 760-779

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2007, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Cheryl Saunders

    The interesting times of Louis Favoreu

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-16

    Burt Neuborne

    Hommage a Louis Favoreu

    No.1, January

    pp. 17-27

    Dominique Rousseau

    The Conseil Constitutionnel confronted with comparative law and the theory of constitutional justice (or Louis Favoreu's untenable paradoxes)

    No.1, January

    pp. 28-43

    Lech Garlicki

    Constitutional courts versus supreme courts

    No.1, January

    pp. 44-68

    Alec Stone Sweet

    The politics of constitutional review in France and Europe

    No.1, January

    pp. 69-92

    Cindy Skach

    The newest separation of powers: Semipresidentialism

    No.1, January

    pp. 93-121

    Jack Tsen-Ta Lee

    Interpreting bills of rights: The value of a comparative approach

    No.1, January

    pp. 122-152

    Diana Woodhouse

    United Kingdom: The Constitutional Reform Act 2005- defending judicial independence the English way

    No.1, January

    pp. 153-165

    Daniel Halberstam

    Desperately seeking Europe: On comparative methodology and the conception of rights

    No.1, January

    pp. 166-182

    Siri Gloppen, Rachel Sieder

    Courts and the marginalized: Comparative perspectives

    No.2, April

    pp. 183-186

    Carlo Guarnieri

    Courts and marginalized groups: Perspectives from Continental Europe

    No.2, April

    pp. 187-210

    Rachel Sieder

    The judiciary and indigenous rights in Guatemala

    No.2, April

    pp. 211-241

    Bruce M. Wilson

    Claiming individual rights through a constitutional court: The example of gays in Costa Rica

    No.2, April

    pp. 242-257

    Siri Gloppen, Fidelis Edge Kanyongolo

    Courts and the poor in Malawi: Economic marginalization, vulnerability, and the law

    No.2, April

    pp. 258-293

    Norman Dorsen

    The Supreme Court of Japan

    No.2, April

    pp. 294-295

    Yasuo Hasebe

    The Supreme Court of Japan: Its adjudication on electoral systems and economic freedoms

    No.2, April

    pp. 296-307

    Norikazu Kawagishi

    The birth of judicial review in Japan

    No.2, April

    pp. 308-331

    Shigenori Matsui

    The voting rights of Japanese citizens living abroad

    No.2, April

    pp. 332-342

    David Erdos

    Aversive constitutionalism in the Westminster world: The genesis of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act (1990)

    No.2, April

    pp. 343-369

    Mark Elliott

    United Kingdom: Bicameralism, sovereignty, and the unwritten Constitution

    No.2, April

    pp. 370-379

    Thomas M. Franck

    United States: Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: Presidential power in wartime

    No.2, April

    pp. 380-388

    Rosalind Dixon

    Creating dialogue about socioeconomic rights: Strong- form versus weak-form judicial review revisited

    No.3, July

    pp. 391-418

    Lorenz Langer

    The elusive aim of universal suffrage: Constitutional developments in Hong Kong

    No.3, July

    pp. 419-452

    Kai Moller

    Balancing and the structure of constitutional rights

    No.3, July

    pp. 453-468

    H. Kwasi Prempeh

    Africa's constitutionalism revival : False start or new dawn?

    No.3, July

    pp. 469-506

    Beate Rudolf, Andrea Eriksson

    Women's rights under international human rights treaties: Issues of rape, domestic slavery, abortion, and domestic violence

    No.3, July

    pp. 507-525

    Li-ann Thio

    Singapore: (S)electing the president- diluting democracy?

    No.3, July

    pp. 526-543

    Anashri Pillay

    South Africa: Access to land and housing

    No.3, July

    pp. 544-556

    Jacques Bertrand

    Indonesia's quasi- federalist approach: Accommodation amid strong integrationist tendencies

    No.4, October

    pp. 576-605

    Sujit Choudhry

    Does the world need more Canada? The politics of the Canadian model in constitutional politics and political theory

    No.4, October

    pp. 606-638

    Yash Ghai, Jill Cottrell

    A tale of three constitutions: Ethnicity and politics in Fiji

    No.4, October

    pp. 639-669

    John McGarry, Brendan O Leary

    Iraq's Constitution of 2005: Liberal consociation as political prescription

    No.4, October

    pp. 670-698

    Christina Murray, Richard Simeon

    Recognition without empowerment: Minorities in a democratic South Africa

    No.4, October

    pp. 699-729

    Stephen Tierney

    Giving with one hand: Scottish devolution within a unitary state

    No.4, October

    pp. 730-753

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2008, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Will Kymlicka

    The internationalization of minority rights

    No.1, January

    pp. 1-32

    Judith Resnik

    Law as affiliation: Foreign law, democratic federalism, and the sovereigntism of the nation-state

    No.1, January

    pp. 33-66

    Jan-Werner Muller, Kim Lane Scheppele

    Constitutional patriotism: An introduction

    No.1, January

    pp. 67-71

    Jan-Werner Muller

    A general theory of constitutional patriotism

    No.1, January

    pp. 72-95

    Karol Edward Soltan

    Constitutional patriotism and militant moderation

    No.1, January

    pp. 96-116

    Mattias Kumm

    Why Europeans will not embrace constitutional patriotism

    No.1, January

    pp. 117-136

    David Abraham

    Constitutional patriotism, citizenship, and belonging

    No.1, January

    pp. 137-152

    Nicolas Nohlen

    Germany: The European Arrest Warrant case

    No.1, January

    pp. 153-161

    Angelika NuBberger

    Poland: The Constitutional Tribunal on the implementation of the European Arrest Warrant

    No.4, January

    pp. 162-170

    Daniel Sarmiento

    European Union: The European Arrest Warrant and the quest for constitutional coherence

    No.1, January

    pp. 171-183

    Daphne Barak-Erez

    Israel: Citizenship and immigration law in the vise of security, nationality, and human rights

    No.1, January

    pp. 184-192

    Sujit Choudhry

    Ackerman's higher lawmaking in comparative constitutional perspective: Constitutional moments as constitutional failures?

    No.2, April

    pp. 193-230

    Samuel Issacharoff

    Democracy and collective decision making

    No.2, April

    pp. 231-266

    Rory O'Connell

    The role of dignity in equality law: Lessons from Canada and South Africa

    No.2, April

    pp. 267-286

    Blanca Rodriguez Ruiz, Ruth Rubio-Marin

    The gender of representation: On democracy, equality, and parity

    No.2, April

    pp. 287-316

    Rosy Thornton

    European Court of Human Rights: Consent to IVF treatment

    No.2, April

    pp. 317-330

    Raymond Youngs

    Germany: Shooting down aircraft and analyzing computer data

    No.2, April

    pp. 331-348

    Neil Walker

    Beyond boundary disputes and basic grids: Mapping the global disorder of normative orders

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 373-396

    Armin von Bogdandy

    Pluralism, direct effect, and the ultimate say: On the relationship between international and domestic constitutional law

    No.2, July-October

    pp. 397-413

    Michel Rosenfeld

    Rethinking constitutional ordering in an era of legal and ideological pluralism

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 415-455

    Sol Picciotto

    Constitutionalizing multilevel governance?

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 457-479

    Andrea Hamann, Helene Ruiz Fabri

    Transnational networks and constitutionalism

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 481-508

    Lech Garlicki

    Cooperation of courts: The role of supranational jurisdictions in Europe

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 509-530

    Patrick Macklem

    Minority rights in international law

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 531-552

    Susanna Mancini

    Rethinking the boundaries of democratic secession: Liberalism, nationalism, and the right of minorities to self-determination

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 553-584

    Stephanie Palmer

    Public functions and private services: A gap in human rights protection

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 585-604

    Andras Sajo

    Preliminaries to a concept of constitutional secularism

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 605-629

    Suzanne Last Stone

    Religion and state: Models of separation from within Jewish law

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 631-661

    Frank I. Michelman

    Socioeconomic rights in constitutional law: Explaining America away

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 663-686

    Dennis M. Davis

    Socioeconomic rights: Do they deliver the goods?

    No. 3-4, July-October

    pp. 687-711

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2009, Vol.7

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    Jeremy Waldron

    Judges as moral reasoners

    No.1, January

    pp. 2-24

    Wojciech Sadurski

    Rights and moral reasoning: An unstated assumption- A comment on Jeremy Waldron's Judges as moral reasoners

    No.1, January

    pp. 25-45

    David Dyzenhaus

    Are legislatures good at morality? Or better at it than the courts?

    No.1, January

    pp. 46-52

    Olivier Beaud

    Reframing a debate among Americans: Contextualizing a moral philosophy of law

    No.1, January

    pp. 53-68

    Jeremy Waldron

    Refining the question about judges' moral capacity

    No.1, January

    pp. 69-82

    Tom Ginsburg

    Constitutional afterlife: The continuing impact of Thailand's postpolitical constitution

    No.1, January

    pp. 83-105

    Theunis Roux

    Principle and pragmatism on the Constitutional Court of South Africa

    No.1, January

    pp. 106-138

    Greg Taylor

    Germany: A slow death for subsidiarity?

    No.1, January

    pp. 139-154

    David Jenkins

    Common law declarations of unconstitutionality

    No.2, April

    pp. 183-214

    Thomas E. Kellogg

    Constitutionalism with Chinese characteristics? Constitutional development and civil litigation in China

    No.2, April

    pp. 215-246

    Thomas Poole

    Constitutional exceptionalism and the common law

    No.2, April

    pp. 247-274

    Manisuli Ssenyonjo

    Limits on the freedom to manifest one's religion in educational institutions in Uganda and the United Kingdom

    No.2, April

    pp. 275-305

    Mehrdad Payandeh, Heiko Sauer

    European Union: UN sanctions and EU fundamental rights

    No.2, April

    pp. 306-315

    Sanford Levinson

    United States: Assessing Heller

    No.2, April

    pp. 316-328

    Armin von Bogdandy

    The past and promise of doctrinal constructivism: A strategy for responding to the challenges facing constitutional scholarship in Europe

    No.3, July

    pp. 364-400

    Mattias Kumm

    On the past and future of European constitutional scholarship

    No.3, July

    pp. 401-415

    Robert C. Post

    Constitutional scholarship in the United States

    No.3, July

    pp. 416-423

    Alexander Somek

    The indelible science of law

    No.3, July

    pp. 424-441

    Gianluigi Palombella

    The rule of law beyond the state: Failures, promises, and theory

    No.3, July

    pp. 442-467

    Stavros Tsakyrakis

    Proportionality: An assault on human rights?

    No.3, July

    pp. 468-493

    Lorenzo Zucca

    The crisis of the secular state- A reply to Professor Sajo

    No.3, July

    pp. 494-514

    Andras Sajo

    The crisis that was not there: Notes on A reply

    No.3, July

    pp. 515-528

    Mirja Trilsch

    European Committee of Social Rights: The right to a healthy environment

    No.3, July

    pp. 529-538

    Luc Frieden

    Luxembourg: Parliament abolishes royal confirmation of laws

    No.3, July

    pp. 539-543

    Lior Barshack

    Time and the constitution

    No.4, October

    pp. 553-576

    Sujit Choudhry

    Managing linguistic nationalism through constitutional design: Lessons from South Asia

    No.4, October

    pp. 577-618

    Janneke Gerards, Hanneke Senden

    The structure of fundamental rights and the European Court of Human Rights

    No.4, October

    pp. 619-653

    Hakeem O. Yusuf

    The judiciary and political change in Africa: Developing transitional jurisprudence in Nigeria

    No.4, October

    pp. 654-682

    Ming-Sung Kuo

    Cutting the Gordian knot of legitimacy theory? An anatomy of Frank Michelman's presentist critique of constitutional authorship

    No.4, October

    pp. 683-714

    Frank I. Michelman

    Reply to Ming-Sung Kuo

    No.4, October

    pp. 715-730

    Andrea Eriksson

    European Court of Justice: Broadening the scope of European nondiscrimination law

    No.4, October

    pp. 731-753

    Johannes Reich

    Switzerland: Freedom of creed and conscience, immigration, and public schools in the postsecular state- compulsory coeducational swimming instruction revisited

    No.4, October

    pp. 754-767

    International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2010, Vol.8

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    number

    Page to Page

    Sujit Choudhry, Cheryl Saunders

    Symposium on citizenship: Foreword

    No.1, January

    pp. 6-8

    Linda Bosniak

    Persons and citizens in constitutional thought

    No.1, January

    pp. 9-29

    Cristina M. Rodriguez

    Noncitizen voting and the extraconstitutional construction of the polity

    No.1, January

    pp. 30-49

    Anja Lansbergen, Jo Shaw

    National membership models in a multilevel Europe

    No.1, January

    pp. 50-71

    Eniko Horvath, Ruth Rubio-Marin

    "Alles oder Nichts"? The outer boundaries of the German citizenship debate

    No.1, January

    pp. 72-93

    Jonathan Klaaren

    Constitutional citizenship in South Africa

    No.1, January

    pp. 94-110

    Peter J. Spiro

    Dual citizenship as human right

    No.1, January

    pp. 111-130

    Mark Elliott

    United Kingdom: The "war on terror,' U.K.-style- The detention and deportation of suspected terrorists

    No.1, January

    pp. 131-145

    Thomas Poole

    United Kingdom: The royal prerogative

    No.1, January

    pp. 146-155

    Stephen Gardbaum

    Reassessing the new Commonwealth model of constitutionalism

    No.2, April

    pp. 167-206

    Richard Albert

    Presidential values in parliamentary democracies

    No.2, April

    pp. 207-236

    John P. McCormick

    "Greater, more honorable and more useful to the republic": Plebeian offices in Machiavelli's "perfect" constitution

    No.2, April

    pp. 237-262

    Moshe Cohen-Eliya, Iddo Porat

    American balancing and German proportionality: The historical origins

    No.2, April

    pp. 263-286

    Daniel N. Robinson

    Do the people of the United States form a nation? James Wilson's theory of rights

    No.2, April

    pp. 287-297

    Madhav Khosla

    Proportionality: An assault on human rights?: A reply

    No.2, April

    pp. 298-306

    Stavros Tsakyrakis

    Proportionality: An assault on human rights?: A rejoinder to Madhav Khosla

    No.3, April

    pp. 307-310

    Gianluca Gentili

    European Court of Human Rights: An absolute ban on deportation of foreign citizens to countries where torture or ill-treatment is a genuine risk

    No.2, April

    pp. 311-322

    Ayelet Shachar

    The return of the repressed: Constitutionalism, religion, and political pluralism

    No.3, July

    pp. 665-670

    Mark Tushnet

    How do constitutions constitute constitutional identity?

    No.3, July

    pp. 671-676

    Neil Walker

    Rosenfeld's plural constitutionalism

    No.3, July

    pp. 677-684

    Vlad Perju

    Cosmopolitanism and constitutional self- government

    No.6, July

    pp. 326-353

    Andras Sajo

    Emotions in constitutional design

    No.3, July

    pp. 354-384

    Katharine G. Young

    A typology of economic and social rights adjudication: Exploring the catalytic function of judicial review

    No.3, July

    pp. 385-420

    Vicki C. Jackson

    Paradigms of public law: transnational constitutional values and democratic challenges

    No.3, July

    pp. 517-562

    Gunter Frankenberg

    Constitutional transfer: The IKEA theory revisited

    No.3, July

    pp. 563-579

    Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral

    At King Agramant's camp: Old debates, new constitutional times

    No.3, July

    pp. 580-610

    Christine E. J. Schwobel

    Situating the debate on global constitutionalism

    No.3, July

    pp. 611-635

    Eric C. Ip

    Globalization and the future of the law of the sovereign state

    No.3, July

    pp. 636-655

    Gianluigi Palombella

    Structures and process in the constitutional self: Coping with the future?

    No.3, July

    pp. 656-664

    Barak Medina

    Constitutional limits to privatization: The Israeli Supreme Court decision to invalidate prison privatization

    No.4, October

    pp. 690-713

    Liav Orgad

    The preamble in constitutional interpretation

    No.4, October

    pp. 714-738

    Madhav Khosla

    Making social rights conditional: Lessons from India

    No.4, October

    pp. 739-765

    Li-ann Thio

    Soft constitutional law in nonliberal Asian constitutional democracies

    No.4, October

    pp. 766-799

    Chaihark Hahm, Sung Ho Kim

    To make We the People : Constitutional founding in postwar Japan and South Korea

    No.4, October

    pp. 800-848

    Albert H. Y. Chen

    Pathways of Western liberal constitutional development in Asia: A comparative study of five major nations

    No.4, October

    pp. 849-884

    Wen-Chen Chang

    Strategic judicial responses in politically charged cases: East Asian experiences

    No.4, October

    pp. 885-910