Saturday, June 18, 2016

Jakubowski & Wierczyńska: Fragmentation vs the Constitutionalisation of International Law: A Practical Inquiry

Andrzej Jakubowski (Polish Academy of Sciences - Law) & Karolina Wierczyńska (Polish Academy of Sciences - Law) have published Fragmentation vs the Constitutionalisation of International Law: A Practical Inquiry (Routledge 2016). Contents include:
  • Andrzej Jakubowski & Karolina Wierczyńska, Introduction
  • Jerzy Zajadło & Tomasz Widłak, Constitutionalisation: A New Philosophy of International Law?
  • Vassilis Tzevelekos & Lucas Lixinski, From the Internationalisation of National Constitutions to the "Constitutionalisation" of International Law: The Role of Human Rights
  • Roman Kwiecień, International Constitutionalism, Language in Legal Discourse, and the Functions of International Law Scholarship
  • Maurizio Arcari, The Creeping Constitutionalization and Fragmentation of International Law: From "Constitutional" to "Consistent" Interpretation
  • François Finck, The Paradoxes of Fragmentation – Does Regional Constitutionalisation Constitute a Fragmentation Threat to the International Legal Order?
  • Krystyna Kowalik Banczyk, International Constitutionalisation of Protection of Privacy in the Internet – the Google Case Example
  • Maria Varaki, The "Revival" of Sovereignty via the Complementarity Regime and the ‘Doctrinal’ Idea of Responsibility to Protect; What about Constitutionalization?
  • Patrycja Grzebyk, Fragmentation of the Law of Targeting – A Comfortable Excuse or Dangerous Trap
  • Karolina Wierczyńska, The Rome Statute and the Debate Surrounding the Constitutionalization, Fragmentation and Pluralisation of International Criminal Law
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Justifying ‘Fragmentation’ and Constitutional Reforms of International Law in Terms of Justice, Human Rights and ‘Cosmopolitan Constitutionalism’
  • Andrzej Jakubowski, A Constitutionalised Legal Order – Exploring the Role of the World Heritage Convention (1972)
  • Mónika Ambrus, Constitutionalisation through Fragmented Adjudication
  • Chien-Huei Wu, From Fragmentation to Coherence: a Constitutionalist Take on the Trade and Public Health Debates
  • Marjolein Schaap & Rubio Imbers, Access to Environmental Justice for NGOs: Interplay Between the Aarhus Convention, the EU Lisbon Treaty, and the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Britta Sjöstedt, The ‘Reconciliatory Approach’ – An Interpretative Response to Harmonize International Environmental Law with other Specialised Areas of International Law