12 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2014)

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International Journal of                                        L-
Constitutional Law
Vol. 12 No. 1 January 2014
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Editorial                                                          1
Articles
Ruth Rubio-Marin. The achievement of female suffrage in Europe: on
women's citizenship                                               4
Giinter Frankenberg. Human rights and the belief in a just world  35
Aoife Nolan. Holding non-state actors to account for constitutional
economic and social rights violations: Experiences and lessons from South
Africa and Ireland                                               61
Revisiting Van Gend en Loos: A Joint Symposium with the
European Journal of International Law (EJIL)
J.H.H. Weiler. Van Gend en Loos: The individual as subject and object and
the dilemma of European legitimacy                               94
Eyal Benvenisti and George Downs. The premises, assumptions,
and implications of Van Gend en Loos: Viewed from the perspectives
of democracy and legitimacy of international institutions
(Abstract only)                                                 104
Damian Chalmers and Luis Barroso. What Van Gend en Loos stands for  105
Andre Nollkaemper. The duality of direct effect of international law
(Abstract only)                                                 135
Morten Rasmussen. Revolutionizing European law: A history of the
Van Gend en Loos judgment                                       136
Francesca Martines. Direct effect of international agreements of the
European Union (Abstract only)                                  164
Sophie Robin-Olivier. The evolution of direct effect in the EU:
Stocktaking, problems, projections                              165
Helene Ruiz Fabri. Is there a case-legally and politically-for direct
effect of WTO obligations? (Abstract only)                      189
Jan Komarek. Waiting for the existential revolution in Europe   190
Michel Rosenfeld. Is global constitutionalism meaningful or desirable?
(Abstract only)                                                 213
LCON: Debate!
Francisco Urbina. Balancing as reasoning and the problems of
legally unaided adjudication: A reply to Kai Moller             214

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