11 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2013)

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International Journal of                                        L
Constitutional Law
Vol. 11 No. 1 January 2013
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Editorial                                                         1
Articles
Or Bassok and Yoav Dotan. Solving the countermajoritarian difficulty?  13
Asem Khalil. Beyond the written constitution: Constitutional crisis
of, and the institutional deadlock in, the Palestinian political system
as entrenched in the basic law                                   34
Adam Shinar and Anna Su. Religious law as foreign law in
constitutional interpretation                                    74
Lars Vinx. The incoherence of strong popular sovereignty        101
Symposium: The Boundaries of Public Law
Michel Rosenfeld. Rethinking the boundaries between public law
and private law for the twenty first century: An introduction   125
Alain Supiot. The public-private relation in the context of today's
refeudalization                                                 129
Peter Goodrich. The Political Theology of Private Law           146
Judith Resnik. Globalization(s), privatization(s), constitutionalization,
and statization: Icons and experiences of sovereignty in the 21st century  162
The Lautsi Debate- Fin
Dimitrios Kyritsis and Stavros Tsakyrakis. Neutrality in the
classroom                                                       200
Lorenzo Zucca. Lautsi: A Commentary on a decision by the ECtHR
Grand Chamber                                                   218
JHH Weiler. Lautsi: A reply                                     230
Review Essay
David Kosaf. The least accountable branch                       234
Book Reviews
Marco Goldoni and Christopher McCorkindale (eds). Hannah
Arendt and the Law (Christian Volk)                             261
C. Raj Kumar. Corruption and Human Rights in India. Comparative
Perspectives on Transparency and Good Governance (Morag Goodwin)  265
Sandra Liebenberg. Socio-Economic Rights. Adjudication under a
Transformative Constitution (Katharine G. Young)                270

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