4 edition of Constitutional reform and international law in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Rein Müllerson, Malgosia Fitzmaurice, Mads Andenas.|
|Series||Studies in law ;, v. 1, Studies in law (Kluwer Law International (Firm)) ;, 1.|
|Contributions||Mullerson, R. A., Fitzmaurice, M., Andenæs, Mads Tønnesson, 1957-, King"s College (University of London). Centre of European Law.|
|LC Classifications||KJC4445 .C6674 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 348 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||97032489|
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This book is one outcome of many research activities concerning these transitions in central and eastern Europe at the Centre of European Law, King's College London. It contains essays about constitutional reforms and international law by leading international judges and academics.
Get this from a library. Constitutional reform and international law in Central and Eastern Europe. [R A Mullerson; Malgosia Fitzmaurice; Mads Tønnesson Andenæs; King's College London. Centre of European Law.;]. The contributions to this edited volume discuss constitutional politics in 20 Central and Eastern European countries.
The country chapters describe all constitutional amendments and new constitutions after the first post-communist constitution-making, all failed amendment attempts, and the political discourses about constitutional politics.
Book Description. Recent confrontations between constitutional courts and parliamentary majorities, for example in Poland and Hungary, have attracted international interest in the relationship between the judiciary and the legislature in Central and Eastern European countries. Mullerson, Rein et al.
Constitutional Reform and International Law in Central and Eastern Europe (), Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, ISBN Rakowska-Harmstone, Teresa. Communism in Eastern Europe (), Indiana University Press, ISBN Constitutional Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Hungary's Transition to Democracy - Volume 42 Issue 2 - Istvan Pogany.
The book utilizes a comparative approach to highlight the merits and obstacles created by the growing diversity in the constitutional rules and patterns of the new Member States. It also contains a section that places the CEE constitutionalizing map in a broader comparative European and global context, establishing links with similar.
Widely acknowledged as an expert in the fields of constitutional law, comparative constitutionalism, and the Supreme Court, A. Dick Howard is the White Burkett Miller Professor of Law and Public Affairs at the University of Virginia.
Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia, Professor Howard is a graduate of the University of Richmond and received his law degree from the. Since the European Union has been plagued by crises of democracy and the rule of law, which have been spreading from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), catching many by surprise.
This book argues that the professed success of the big bang enlargement mirrored the Potemkin villages erected in the new Member States on their accession to. Clark, R., Feldbrugge, F. and Pomorski, S. (eds.) International and National Law in Russia and Eastern Europe, Essays in Honor of George Ginsburgs (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, ).
Claydon, J., ‘ International Human Rights Law and the Interpretation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms ’, Supreme Court Law Review 4 ( International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol Issue 2, JulyPages –, The struggle for social constructivism in postsocialist Central and Eastern Europe.
A Queer Critical Legal Studies Approach to Law Reform. Estefanía Vela Barba. International Journal of Constitutional Law. Law in Eastern Europe Editor: Joseph Marko This series critically examines issues of legal doctrine and practice in Central and Eastern Europe, including studies on the harmonization of legal principles and rules; the legal impact of the intertwining of domestic economies, on the one hand, with regional economies and the processes of.
Provide a unique forum for the discussion of constitutional relationships in Central and Eastern Europe. The CEE Chapter shall: Be organized in a way that reflects ICON•S commitments to democracy, transparency, accountability and good governance, as well as gender equality and diversity.
Europe Undivided explores how the leverage of an enlarging EU has facilitated a convergence toward liberal democracy among credible future members of the EU in Central and Eastern Europe.
It reveals how variations in domestic competition put democratizing states on different political trajectories afterand illuminates the changing dynamics of the relationship between the EU and.
Following sixteen years as a criminal defense attorney in California, Warren designed, implemented and evaluated constitutional, judicial, legal and academic programs in more than 55 countries throughout Africa, Central and East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the Newly Independent.
Earlier this year, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin proposed a range of sweeping constitutional changes to ensure a favourable power transition scenario for the country’s leadership.
The reform would also allow Kremlin-linked historians and policy advisers to introduce an alternative, politically advantageous narrative of the Second World War, as the past takes on increased significance.
Journal description. The Review of Socialist Law was the leading journal in its field for sixteen years. In the light of the changed situation in Central and Eastern Europe it has been decided to. Table Of Contents.
Constitutional Backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe in Lieu of Back to Europe I. Introduction II. The Argument of this Book III. Acknowledgments 2. The Genesis of Slovenian Constitutional Democracy I.
A People that Came from Nowhere II. The Road to Independence and Construction of a New Constitutional Legal Order III. Slovenia as a Constitutional Democracy IV. Many judges and law professors have also advised governments in Central and Eastern Europe, and in many other countries, on constitutional development.
Some documentation of this work has been published. See, e.g., Gary M. Shaw, The Constitution of Belarus: A Good First Step Towards the Rule of Law, 6 TOURO INT'L L.
REv. The European Union since provides a general survey of European intergration, from its emergence at the end of World War II to the negotiation of the Constitutional Treaty in and enlargement to Central and Eastern Europe. Adopting a chronological approach, the book examines the economic and political factors that have shaped the process of European Integration, and as a consequence.
See Loukas A. Mistelis, The EBRD Model Law on Secured Transactions and Its Impact on Collateral Law Reform in Central and Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, 5 Parker Sch. J. East. Eur. L. ().
See Timothy A. Canova, Banking and Financial Reform at the Crossroads of the Neoliberal Contagion, 14 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. The story of Russia’s credit to Moldova has ended before it even started. After more than seven hours of hearings conducted on May 7th, the Constitutional Court decided to cancel the approval of million euros of Russian loans.
The court sided with the opionion of the Moldovan opposition and declared the credit agreement unconstitutional.The book first explores freedom of expression in European and American law looking particularly at hate speech, historical revisionism, and pornography.
It subsequently enquires into the role and perspectives of those European (mandatory) and US-American (persuasive) models for the constitutional debate in Central and Eastern Europe.