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Fragmentation Vs the Constitutionalisation of International Law

Un libro in lingua di Jakubowski Andrzej (EDT) Wierczynska Karolina (EDT) edito da Routledge, 2016

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Introduction, Andrzej Jakubowski and Karolina Wierczynska Part 1: International Constitutionalisation as a Claim  1. Constitutionalisation: A New Philosophy of International Law? Jerzy Zajadlo and Tomasz Widlak  2. From the Internationalisation of National Constitutions to the "Constitutionalisation" of International Law: The Role of Human Rights Vassilis Tzevelekos and Lucas Lixinski  3. International Constitutionalism, Language in Legal Discourse, and the Functions of International Law Scholarship, Roman Kwiecien   4. The Creeping Constitutionalization and Fragmentation of International Law: From "Constitutional" to "Consistent" Interpretation Maurizio Arcari  Part 2. Fragmentation of International Law as a Challenge to Its Constitutionalisation  5. The Paradoxes of Fragmentation – Does Regional Constitutionalisation Constitute a Fragmentation Threat to the International Legal Order? François Finck  6. International Constitutionalisation of Protection of Privacy in the Internet – the Google Case Example Krystyna Kowalik Banczyk  7. The "Revival" of Sovereignty via the Complementarity Regime and the ‘Doctrinal’ Idea of Responsibility to Protect; What about Constitutionalization? Maria Varaki  8. Fragmentation of the Law of Targeting – A Comfortable Excuse or Dangerous Trap Patrycja Grzebyk  9. The Rome Statute and the Debate Surrounding the Constitutionalization, Fragmentation and Pluralisation of International Criminal Law – Karolina Wierczynska  Part 3. Constitutionalisation through Fragmentation  10. Justifying ‘Fragmentation’ and Constitutional Reforms of International Law in Terms of Justice, Human Rights and ‘Cosmopolitan Constitutionalism’ Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann  11. A Constitutionalised Legal Order – Exploring the Role of the World Heritage Convention (1972) – Andrzej Jakubowski  12. Constitutionalisation through Fragmented Adjudication – Mónika Ambrus  13. From Fragmentation to Coherence: a Constitutionalist Take on the Trade and Public Health Debates - Chien-Huei WU  14. Access to Environmental Justice for NGOs: Interplay Between the Aarhus Convention, the EU Lisbon Treaty, and the European Convention on Human Rights - Marjolein Schaap – Rubio Imbers  15. The ‘Reconciliatory Approach’ – An Interpretative Response to Harmonize International Environmental Law with other Specialised Areas of International Law – Britta Sjöstedt

 

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