Tuesday, September 11, 2018

New Issue: Virginia Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Virginia Journal of International Law (Vol. 57, no. 3, Summer 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • John Bell, External Dimensions of the French Constitution
  • Eyal Benvenisti & Mila Versteeg, The External Dimensions of Constitutions
  • Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, & Katerina Linos, Refugees Misdirected: How Information, Misinformation, and Rumors Shape Refugees’ Access to Fundamental Rights
  • Adam Chilton & Eric Posner, Country-Specific Investments and the Rights of Non-Citizens
  • Rosalind Dixon & Brigid McManus, Detaining Non-Citizens: Political Competition and Weak v. Strong Judicial Review
  • David Golove, The American Founding and Global Justice: Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian Approaches
  • Heinz Klug, Constitution in the World: The External Dimensions of South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Constitution
  • David Landau, Vulnerable Insiders: Constitutional Design, International Law, and the Victims of Internal Armed Conflict in Colombia
  • George Rutherglen, The Rights of Aliens under the United States Constitution: At the Border and Beyond
  • Adam Shinar, Israel’s External Constitution: Friends, Enemies, and the Constitutional/Administrative Law Distinction
  • Ozan Varol, Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution
  • Neil Walker, Sovereignty and Beyond: The Double Edge of External Constitutionalism