Wednesday, November 14, 2012

New Issue: Goettingen Journal of International Law

The latest issue of the Goettingen Journal of International Law (Vol. 4, no. 2, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Precursors to International Constitutionalism: The Development of the German Constitutional Approach
    • Introduction
    • Tomer Broude & Andreas L. Paulus, Introduction
    • The Historical and Philosophical Background of International Constitutionalism
    • Dirk Hanschel, German Federalist Thinking and International Law
    • Thomas Kleinlein, Alfred Verdross as a Founding Father of International Constitutionalism?
    • Reut Yael Paz, Making it Whole: Hersch Lauterpacht’s Rabbinical Approach to International Law
    • Rotem Giladi, Francis Lieber on Public War
    • Phillip-Alexander Hirsch, Legalization of International Politics: On the (Im)Possibility of a Constitutionalization of International Law from a Kantian Point of View
    • Global Constitutionalism: The Role of International Tribunals and Democracy
    • Tomer Broude, The Constitutional Function of Contemporary International Tribunals, or Kelsen’s Visions Vindicated
    • Christian Volk, Why Global Constitutionalism Does not Live up to its Promises
    • A Fragmented Constitutionalism or a Pluralistic Postnational Order?
    • Geir Ulfstein, The Relationship Between Constitutionalism and Pluralism
    • Markus Kotzur, Overcoming Dichotomies: A Functional Approach to the Constitutional Paradigm in Public International Law
    • Lars Viellechner, Constitutionalism as a Cipher: On the Convergence of Constitutionalist and Pluralist Approaches to the Globalization of Law
    • Clemens Mattheis, The System Theory of Niklas Luhmann and the Constitutionalization of the World Society