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© koninklijke brill nv, leiden, ���9 | doi:�0.��63/�87574�3_0��00�0�� Chapter 10 The Nomadic Sense of Law in an International Constitutionalism William E. Conklin Abstract This article examines the place of Nomadic peoples in an international constitution- alism. The article claims that an

In: Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/187197309X433348 International Community Law Review 11 (2009) 219–245 I NTERNATIONAL C OMMUNITY L AW R EVIEW brill.nl/iclr Feminism, Modern Philosophy and the Future of Legitimacy of International Constitutionalism Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko

In: International Community Law Review

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/187197410X12631788215873 International Community Law Review 12 (2010) 81–110 I NTERNATIONAL C OMMUNITY L AW R EVIEW brill.nl/iclr Th e Unsolved Riddle of International Constitutionalism Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral * Visiting Fellow in Global

In: International Community Law Review

critical stance towards international constitutionalism. ‘Constitutionalization’ has always been a vague concept, but now – forceful defenders notwithstanding – it carries, in the view of many scholars, a dubious connotation. This volatility in the academic debate stands in sharp contrast to the continuity

In: Nordic Journal of International Law

international constitutionalism and its relationship to human rights in general and human rights treaties more specifically. As a next step, the practice of the reservations dialogue is presented in the light of the general reservations regime. This presentation is done in two stages. The first stage considers

In: International Community Law Review

to recognise and encourage some very promising developments. The article advances some proposals as to a more adequate approach to this dialogue from a constitutional point of view. The article starts with a brief overview of international constitutionalism and its relationship to human rights in

In: International Community Law Review
Practices of immigration detention are largely resistant to conventional forms of legal correction because contemporary liberal democracies justify these practices with an appeal to their territorial sovereignty, a concept that thwarts the very communicability of individual interests in modern constitutionalism. However, this book argues that human rights in the specific context of immigration detention can function as “destabilisation rights”, subjecting to full legal scrutiny those claims that the national state presents as predominantly based on its territorial sovereignty. The resulting destabilisation of territorial sovereignty in both domestic and international constitutionalism will have ramifications for a number of instruments of migration control, the perceived necessity and legitimacy of which is almost exclusively based on the self-referential notion of territorial sovereignty.

& Saramati and Al Jedda Gaetano Pentassuglia Evolving Protection of Minority Groups: Global Challenges and the Role of International Jurisprudence Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko Feminism, Modern Philosophy and the Future of Legitimacy of International Constitutionalism Book Review Rein Müllerson, Central Asia

In: International Community Law Review
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, xii+ 215 pp., EUR 96.00 In a previous book1 and several articles2 Fassbender has developed a compre- hensive theory of international constitutionalism which he now presents in consolidated form in this book. Based on the UN Charter, the theory is intended to apply to the international legal order as

In: Austrian Review of International and European Law Online
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homogenous one, but one that is fl uid, in constant motion where dialogue is the driving force. In his submission ‘Th e Unsolved Riddle of International Constitutionalism’, Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral explores diff erent variants of international legal doctrine that make use of constitutionalist vernacular

In: International Community Law Review