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International Journal of Constitutional Law - Volume 18, Issue 3, October 2020

International Journal of Constitutional Law – Volume 18, Issue 3, October 2020

International Journal of Constitutional Law

International Journal of Constitutional Law

Volume 18, Issue 3, October 2020

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.


Editorial: Systemic racism and creative emotion—Back to basics; Peer review—Institutional hypocrisy and author ambivalence; A modest proposal on Zoom teaching; In this issue

The theological value of autonomy
Adiel Zimran

Symposium: From Promise to Retrenchment? On the Changing Landscape of Israeli Constitutionalism
From promise to retrenchment: On the changing landscape of Israeli constitutionalism
Adam Shinar, Barak Medina, Gila Stopler

The Israeli judiciary-centered constitutionalism
Ariel L Bendor

Populist rhetoric, false mirroring, and the courts
Alon Harel, Noam Kolt

The diminishing status of international law in the decisions of the Israeli Supreme Court concerning the Occupied Territories
Tamar Hostovsky Brandes

Can the Court normalize the exception in non-emergency cases? Palestinian cases before the Israeli Supreme Court
Hassan Jabareen

Unintended consequences of prohibiting advocacy of hatred and regulating campaign finance: The weakening status of freedom of speech in Israel
Barak Medina

Diminishing constitutional law: The first three decades of women’s exclusion adjudication in Israel
Yofi Tirosh

Symposium: Agunah
Agunah: The shackled wife in Jewish law

The morality of “ get-threats”: Withholding divorce as extortion
Ram Rivlin

To have and to hold: Emotional distress, divorce denial, and the politics of interspousal torts
Keshet Starr

Sticks, carrots, or a hybrid mechanism: The test case of refusal to divorce
Benjamin Shmueli

Negotiating Jewish divorce
Pamela Laufer-Ukeles

The effectiveness of (Rabbinic) prenuptial agreements in preventing marital captivity
Michael J Broyde

Critical Review of Jurisprudence
The legal supremacy of legislative initiatives in judicial proceedings: The Israeli lesson
Bell E Yosef

Critical Review of Governance
Law and land conflict in emerging market economies: Ethiopia, 2014–2018
Mekonnen Firew Ayano

Review Essay
The not-so-great transformation
B J Ard

Roundtable: Indian Constitutional Democracy
Indian public law scholarship roundtable: An introduction
Michaela Hailbronner

The Indian Constitution: Moments, epics and everyday lives
Rohit De

Democracy and decolonization: How India was made
Madhav Khosla

The long making of India’s Constitution: Letters from the past
Ornit Shani

Book Reviews
Constitutions in Times of Financial Crisis
Stefanie Egidy

Morality and Legality of Secession: A Theory of National Self-Determination.
Pau Luque

Anti-Discrimination Law in Civil Law Jurisdictions
Francisca Pou Giménez

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