Tuesday, November 15, 2016

New Issue: Global Constitutionalism

The latest issue of Global Constitutionalism (Vol. 5, no. 3, November 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Agora: Contested multilateralism and global constitutionalism
    • Andreas Follesdal, Implications of contested multilateralism for global constitutionalism
    • Neil Walker, Postnational constitutionalism and the challenge of contested multilateralism
    • Gráinne de Búrca, Contested or competitive multilateralism? A reply to Julia C. Morse and Robert O. Keohane
    • Christian Kreuder-Sonnen & Bernhard Zangl, Varieties of contested multilateralism: Positive and negative consequences for the constitutionalisation of multilateral institutions
    • Robert O. Keohane & Julia C. Morse, Contribution to Global Constitutionalism Symposium
  • Articles
    • Gautam Bhatia, Freedom from community: Individual rights, group life, state authority and religious freedom under the Indian Constitution
    • Stefan Kroll, Zooming in on norm research: Towards a suitable scale for the Shanghai Mixed Court
    • Chris Thornhill, The global legal system and the procedural construction of constituent power