10 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2012)

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International Journal of
Constitutional Law
Vol. 10 No. 1 January 2012
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Contents
Editorial                                                       1
Articles
Chaihark Hahm, Beyond law vs. politics in constitutional adjudication:
Lessons from South Korea                                        6
James B. Kelly and Matthew A. Hennigar, The Canadian Charter of
Rights and the minister of justice: Weak-form review within a
constitutional Charter of Rights                               35
Matthias Klatt and Johannes Schmidt, Epistemic discretion in
constitutional law                                             69
Stefan Sottiaux and Stefan Rummens, Concentric democracy: Resolving
the incoherence in the European Court of Human Rights' case law on
freedom of expression and freedom of association              106
Symposium: The State of Church and State
Paul Cliteur, State and religion against the backdrop of religious
radicalism                                                    127
Aernout J. Nieuwenhuis, State and religion, a multidimensional
relationship: Some comparative law remarks                    153
Yaniv Roznai and Serkan Yolcu, An unconstitutional constitutional
amendment-The Turkish perspective: A comment on the Turkish
Constitutional Court's headscarf decision                     175
Augusto Zimmermann and Lael Daniel Weinberger, Secularization
by law? The establishment clauses and religion in the public square in
Australia and the United States                               208
LCON: Debate!
Remy Z. Levin and Paul Chen, Rethinking the Constitution-treaty
relationship                                                  242
William M. Carter, Jr., Rethinking the Constitution-treaty relationship:
A reply to Remy Z. Levin & Paul Chen                         261
Remy Z. Levin and Paul Chen, Rethinking the Constitution-treaty
relationship: A rejoinder to William M. Carter, Jr.           268
Critical Review of Government and Governance: An
Occasional Series
Guobin Zhu, The composite state of China under One Country, Multiple
Systems: Theoretical construction and methodological considerations  272

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