Discussion Papers, Center for Global Constitutionalism, WZB

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 19 of 19
Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2017Contextualized cosmopolitanism: Human rights practice in South KoreaShin, Yoon Jin
2017What future for the European Union?Avbelj, Matej
2016The concept and conceptions of transnational and global lawAvbelj, Matej
2015Dimensions of justice & justification in EU and transnational contextsHerlin Karnell, Ester; Kjaer, Poul F.
2015Human rights as a basis for justice in the European UnionDouglas-Scott, Sionaidh
2015Noncompliance, renegotiation, and justice in international adjudication: A WTO-EU perspectiveShlomo-Agon, Sivan
2015Justice and justification in Europe's "Area of Freedom, Security and Justice"Herlin-Karnell, Ester
2015From public reason to multi-layered justiceCrum, Ben
2015To whom it may concern: International human rights law and global public goodsAugenstein, Daniel
2015EU legitimacy in a realist keyBeetz, Jan Pieter; Rossi, Enzo
2015The function of justification in transnational governanceKjaer, Poul F.
2015The moral limits of EU internal market exchange: Equal respect and capabilitiesTjon Soei Len, Lyn K.L.
2014Europe's area of freedom, security and justice through the prism of constitutionalism: Why the EU needs a grammar of justice to improve its legitimacyHerlin-Karnell, Ester
2013What kind of a constitutional crisis is Europe in and what should be done about it?Kumm, Mattias
2012European exceptionalism?Nolte, Georg; Aust, Helmut Philipp
2012State neutralityKis, János
2011Islamic actors' support for democracy and European integration: A case for power-seeking?Elbasani, Arolda; Saatçioğlu, Beken
2011Constitutionalism in an old key: Legality and constituent powerDyzenhaus, David
2011Europe: Political, not cosmopolitanSomek, Alexander
Collection's Items (Sorted by Title in Descending order): 1 to 19 of 19
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