International Journal of Constitutional Law Table of Contents for October 1, 2015; Vol. 13, No. 4

Editorial
Taking “the dark side” seriously: Constitutionalism and the question of constitutional progress. Or: Why it is fitting to have the 2016 ICON-S conference in Berlin
Mattias Kumm
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 777-785
Honor Roll of Reviewers 2015
Honor Roll of Reviewers 2015
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 786
I • CON Keynote
The (dis)establishment of gender: Care and gender roles in the family as a constitutional matter
Ruth Rubio-Marín
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 787-818
Articles
Constitutional drafting and distrust
Rosalind Dixon
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 819-846
Power-sharing in a re-united Cyprus: Centripetal coalitions vs. proportional sequential coalitions
John McGarry and Neophytos Loizides
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 847-872
Symposium: Who supports international law, and why? The United States, the European Union, and the international legal order
Who supports international law, and why?: The United States, the European Union, and the international legal order
Mark A. Pollack
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 873-900
Comparing the support of the EU and the US for international human rights law qua international human rights law: Worlds too far apart?
Başak Çalı
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 901-922
The United States, the European Union, and the International Criminal Court: Similar values, different interests?
Martijn Groenleer
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 923-944
The United States, the European Union, and international environmental law: The domestic dimensions of green diplomacy
R. Daniel Kelemen and Tim Knievel
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 945-965
Support for international trade law: The US and the EU compared
Jappe Eckhardt and Manfred Elsig
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 966-986
Internalization of international law by the CJEU and the US Supreme Court
Gráinne de Búrca
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 987-1007
I • CON: Debate!
What’s so weak about “weak-form review”? The case of the UK Human Rights Act 1998
Aileen Kavanagh
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1008-1039
What’s so weak about “weak-form review”? A reply to Aileen Kavanagh
Stephen Gardbaum
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1040-1048
What’s so weak about “weak-form review”? A rejoinder to Stephen Gardbaum
Aileen Kavanagh
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1049-1053
Constitutional revolutions and the constituent power: A reply to Mark Tushnet
Jan Komárek
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1054-1058
Constitutional revolutions and the constituent power: A rejoinder to Jan Komárek
Mark Tushnet
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1059-1062
Review Essay
Law, constitutionalism, and world society: Kjaer, Kratochwil, and global (dis)order
Gregory Shaffer
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1063-1077
Book Reviews
Arendtian Constitutionalism. Law, Politics and the Order of Freedom
Dana Schmalz
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1078-1081
Fragile Democracies: Contested Power in the Era of Constitutional Courts
David E. Landau
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1082-1084
Global Perspectives on Subsidiarity
Machiko Kanetake
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 13: 1085-1088

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