International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 14, No. 1

Editorial
Editorial
Mark Tushnet
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 1-5
Articles
Supremacy, direct effect, and Dairy Products in the early history of European law
William Phelan
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 6-25
The role of human dignity in gay rights adjudication and legislation: A comparative perspective
Michèle Finck
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 26-53
The Changing Landscape of Australasian Constitutionalism: A Symposium
Symposium on Australasian Constitutionalism: Introduction
Claudia Geiringer, Cheryl Saunders, and Adrienne Stone
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 54-59
The small brown bird: Values and aspirations in the Australian Constitution
Elisa Arcioni and Adrienne Stone
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 60-79
An Australian (partial) bill of rights
Rosalind Dixon
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 80-98
Parliamentary government in New Zealand: Lines of continuity and moments of change
Andrew Geddis
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 99-118
The unwritten political constitution and its enemies
Janet McLean
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 119-136
Writing things unwritten: Common law in New Zealand’s constitution
Paul Rishworth
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 137-155
What’s the story? The instability of the Australasian bills of rights
Claudia Geiringer
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 156-174
I•CON: Debate!
Putting political constitutionalism in its place
Cormac Mac Amhlaigh
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 175-197
Putting political constitutionalism in its place?: A reply to Cormac Mac Amhlaigh
Adrienne Stone
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 198-203
Turtles all the way down? Is the political constitutionalist appeal to disagreement self-defeating? A reply to Cormac Mac Amhlaigh
Richard Bellamy
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 204-216
Clinging to my turtle: A rejoinder to Adrienne Stone and Richard Bellamy
Cormac Mac Amhlaigh
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 217-219
Critical Review of Governance: Privacy
Bridging the transatlantic divide? The United States, the European Union, and the protection of privacy across borders
David Cole and Federico Fabbrini
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 220-237
An international right to privacy? Be careful what you wish for
Stephen J. Schulhofer
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 238-261
Review Essays
International law is different in different places: Russian interpretations and outlooks
Mikael Baaz
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 262-276
The constitutional miracle on the Rhine: Towards a history of West German constitutionalism and the Federal Constitutional Court
Florian Meinel
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 277-293
I•CON Editors’ Choice of Books 2015
I•CON Editors’ Choice of Books 2015
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 294-306
Book Reviews
The Culturalization of Human Rights
Pok Yin S. Chow
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 307-310
Same-Sex Couples before National, Supranational and International Jurisdictions
Fergus Ryan
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 310-316
Constitutions and Conflict Management in Africa: Preventing Civil War Through Institutional Design
Mia Swart
Int J Constitutional Law 2016 14: 316-319

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