International Journal of Constitutional Law – Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2019
Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2019
ISSN: 1474-2640, EISSN: 1474-2659
Published in association with the New York University School of Law, I•CON is dedicated to advancing the study of international and comparative constitutional law in the broadest sense of the terms.
I•CON recognizes that the boundaries between the disciplines of “constitutional law”, “administrative law”, “international law” and their comparative variants have become increasingly porous. So too, there is no longer a distinct divide between law and political science. I•CON scholarship reflects and values this intellectual cross-fertilization.
I•CON‘s interests include not only fields such as Administrative Law, Global Constitutional Law and Global Administrative Law, but also scholarship that reflects both legal reality and academic perception; scholarship which, in dealing with the challenges of public life and governance, combines elements from all of these fields with a good measure of political theory and social science.
Featuring scholarly articles by international and constitutional legal scholars, judges, and people from related fields, such as economics, philosophy and political science, I•CON offers critical analysis of current issues, debates and global trends that carry constitutional implications.
Ran Hirschl and Ayelet Shachar. Spatial statism
Thirty Years from the fall of the Berlin Wall: The world after 1989
Cora Chan. Thirty years from Tiananmen: China, Hong Kong, and the ongoing experiment to preserve liberal values in an authoritarian state
Wen-Chen Chang. Back into the political? Rethinking judicial, legal, and transnational constitutionalism
Sujit Choudhry. Secession and post-sovereign constitution-making after 1989: Catalonia, Kosovo, and Quebec
Erika de Wet. The role of democratic legitimacy in the recognition of governments in Africa since the end of the Cold War
José M. Díaz de Valdés and Sergio Verdugo. The ALBA constitutional project and political representation
Rosalind Dixon and David Landau. 1989–2019: From democratic to abusive constitutional borrowing
James Fowkes and Michaela Hailbronner. Decolonizing Eastern Europe: A global perspective on 1989 and the world it made
Tom Ginsburg. Thirty years after the fall: An academic perspective
Symposium: Public Law and the New Populism
Neil Walker. Populism and constitutional tension
Paul Blokker. Populism as a constitutional project
Ming-Sung Kuo. Against instantaneous democracy
Tamar Hostovsky Brandes. International law in domestic courts in an era of populism
Bojan Bugarič. Central Europe’s descent into autocracy: A constitutional analysis of authoritarian populism
John Morijn. Responding to “populist” politics at EU level: Regulation 1141/2014 and beyond
Robert Howse. Epilogue: In defense of disruptive democracy-A critique of anti-populism
The I•CONnect-Clough Center 2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law
Iván Aróstica, Sergio Verdugo, and Nicolás Enteiche. 2018 global review of constitutional law: Chile
Carlos Bernal, Diego González, María Fernanda Barraza, Nicolás Esguerra, Santiago García Jaramillo, and Vicente F. Benítez-R. 2018 global review of constitutional law: Colombia
Book Review Symposium
Review symposium on Bruce Ackerman, Revolutionary Constitutions—Charismatic Leadership and the Rule of Law
Michaela Hailbronner. Introduction: Defending “democratic populism”?
Arun K. Thiruvengadam. Evaluating Bruce Ackerman’s “Pathways to Constitutionalism” and India as an exemplar of “revolutionary
constitutionalism on a human scale”
Diletta Tega. The Constitution of the Italian Republic: Not revolution, but principled liberation
Tomasz Tadeusz Koncewicz. Understanding Polish pacted (r)evolution(s) of 1989 and the politics of resentment of 2015–2018 and beyond
Chien-Chih Lin. Dialogic judicial review and its problems in East Asia. Review of Albert H. Y. Chen, ed., Constitutionalism in Asia in the Early Twenty-First Century; Albert H. Y. Chen & Andrew Hardin, eds., Constitutional Courts in Asia: A Comparative Perspective
Francis Fukuyama. Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment (David Fowkes)
Jeffrey S. Kahn. Islands of Sovereignty: Haitian Migration and the Borders of Empire (Péter D. Szigeti)
Erin F. Delaney and Rosalind Dixon, eds. Comparative Judicial Review (Joshua Phang)
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