- Fourth Annual Conference: Developing Democracy: Conversations on Democratic Governance in International, European and Comparative Law
- Clara Rauchegger & Anika Seemann, Developing Democracy: Conversations on Democratic Governance in International, European and Comparative Law
- Rosalyn Higgins, Democracy and the United Nations
- Christopher Vajda, Democracy in the European Union: What has the Court of Justice to Say?
- Matej Avbelj, Integral Pre-emption of EU Democracy in Economic Crisis under Transnational Law
- Antonia Baraggia, Conditionality Measures within the Euro Area Crisis: A Challenge to the Democratic Principle?
- Afroditi Ioanna Marketou, Economic Emergency and the Loss of Faith in the Greek Constitution: How Does a Constitution Function when it is Dying?
- Russell Buchan, Developing Democracy through Liberal International Law
- Kalkidan N Obse & Christian Pippan, Collectively Protecting Constitutionalism and Democratic Governance in Africa: A Tale of High Hopes and Low Expectations?
- Amichai Magen, The Democratic Entitlement in an Era of Democratic Recession
- Vladyslav Lanovoy, Self-determination in International Law: A Democratic Phenomenon or an Abuse of Right?
- Silvia Suteu, Developing Democracy through Citizen Engagement: The Advent of Popular Participation in the United Kingdom’s Constitution-Making
- Anna Gamper, Constitutional Courts and Judicial Law-Making: Why Democratic Legitimacy Matters
- Andreas Kulick, Investment Arbitration, Investment Treaty Interpretation, and Democracy
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
New Issue: Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law
The latest issue of the Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 4, no. 2, 2015) is out. Contents include: