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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Perspectives of global constitutionalism : the use of foreign and international law.
The Hague, Netherlands : Eleven International Publishing, ©2014
ix, 286 pages
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (297 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; table of contents; preface; introduction; the internationalization of constitutional law: patterns in constitution-making and constitutional interpretation; 1 the limits of constitution-makers' sovereignty; 1.1 models of constitution-making; 1.2 standards of international law; 1.3 'eternity clauses' and unconstitutional constitutional amendments; 1.4 unlimited power to amend the constitution; 1.5 transnationalism in europe; 1.6 the constitution-making of the hungarian transition and external impacts; 2 foreign and international law in constitutional interpretation. 2.1 normative underpinning2.2 jurisprudential aspects; 2.3 case studies; the constitutionalization of international law: international human rights before domestic courts; 3 the universal jurisdiction in criminal law; 3.1 international law; 3.2 national legislation; 3.3 leading cases; 4 universal jurisdiction for civil litigation; 4.1 liability of private actors; 4.2 jurisdiction over states; 5 future directions; epilogue: towards global constitutionalism?; bibliography.|