4 Goettingen J. Int'l L. 551 (2012)
Why Global Constitutionalism Does Not Live up to Its Promises

handle is hein.journals/gojil4 and id is 577 raw text is: Goettingen Journal of International Law 4 (2012) 2, 551-573

Why Global Constitutionalism Does not Live
up to its Promises
Christian Volk
Table of Contents
A. Introduction........................................ 552
B. What is Global Constitutionalism      .......................554
C. What is the Promise of Global Constitutionalism?.     .............557
D. How Does Global Constitutionalism Seek to Fulfill..............
These Promises?          ...............................    .....559
E. What is the Problem of This Liberal Framing of Global
Constitutionalism?     .........................      ............. 560
F. Why Might This Depoliticized Notion of Democracy
be Problematic?          ...............................   .....566
G. Constitutionalism of Dissent?      ...........................568
* Jun.-Prof. Christian Volk is professor for Political Theory and the History of Political
Thoughts at Trier University. Additionally, he runs the DFG-research project The
Concept of Sovereignty in the Transnational Constellations. Email: volkch@uni-
trier.de

doi: 10.3249/1868-1581-4-2-volk

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