Thursday, October 10, 2019

New Issue: Global Constitutionalism

The latest issue of Global Constitutionalism (Vol. 8, no. 3, November 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Jo Shaw, ‘Shunning’ and ‘seeking’ membership: Rethinking citizenship regimes in the European constitutional space
  • Mohamed S Helal, Anarchy, ordering principles and the constitutive regime of the international system
  • Karin M Fierke & Vivienne Jabri, Global conversations: Relationality, embodiment and power in the move towards a Global IR
  • Tarunabh Khaitan, Political insurance for the (relative) poor: How liberal constitutionalism could resist plutocracy
  • Diana Panke, Franziska Hohlstein, & Gurur Polat, The constitutions of international organisations: How institutional design seeks to foster diplomatic deliberation
  • Kári Hólmar Ragnarsson, The counter-majoritarian difficulty in a neoliberal world: Socio-economic rights and deference in post-2008 austerity cases
  • Lars Viellechner, The transnational dimension of constitutional rights: Framing and taming ‘private’ governance beyond the state