Tuesday, December 8, 2020

New Issue: Global Constitutionalism

The latest issue of Global Constitutionalism (Vol. 9, no. 3, November 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Friederike Kuntz, ‘We the heads of state …’: Pitfalls of global constitutional practice
    • Alexander Somek, Cosmopolitan constitutionalism: The case of the European Convention
  • Symposium: A Cosmopolitan Legal Order by Alec Stone Sweet and Clare Ryan
    • Garrett Wallace Brown & Mads Andenas, The European Convention of Human Rights as a Kantian cosmopolitan legal order
    • Seyla Benhabib, Dialogic constitutionalism and judicial review
    • Wojciech Sadurski, Legislative aims and the Kantian supranational court: A comment on Alec Stone Sweet and Clare Ryan, A Cosmopolitan Legal Order
    • Claudio Corradetti, A rationale for the legitimacy of the world legal order: Kant’s idea of a cosmopolitan will
    • Po Jen Yap, Democracy, courts and proportionality analysis in Asia
    • Wayne Sandholtz, The ECtHR, transregional dialogues and global constitutionalism
    • Eirik Bjorge, Legal cosmopolitanism in international law
    • Alec Stone Sweet and Clare Ryan, Kant, cosmopolitanism and systems of constitutional justice in Europe and beyond