9 Int'l J. Const. L. [i] (2011)

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International Journal of
Constitutional Law
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Vol. 9 (2011) No. I
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Contents
Editorial                                                        1
Articles
Eirik Biorge, National supreme courts and the development of ECHR
rights                                                           5
Stephanie Hennette-Vauchez, A human dignitas? Remnants of the
ancient legal concept in contemporary dignity jurisprudence     32
Andras Jakab, Breaching constitutional law on moral grounds in the
fight against terrorism: Implied presuppositions and proposed solutions
in the discourse on 'the Rule of Law vs. Terrorism'             58
Symposium: The Changing Landscape of British
Constitutionalism
Nicholas Bamforth, Current issues in United Kingdom
constitutionalism: An introduction                              79
Richard Bellamy, Political constitutionalism and the Human Rights
Act                                                             86
Paul Craig, Political constitutionalism and the judicial role: A response  112
Christopher Forsyth, The definition of Parliament after Jackson: Can
the life of Parliament be extended under the Parliament Acts 1911
and 1949?                                                      132
N. W. Barber, The afterlife of Parliamentary sovereignty       144
T. R. S. Allan, Questions of legality and legitimacy: Form and
substance in British constitutionalism                         155
Alison L. Young, Sovereignty: Demise, afterlife, or partial resurrection?  163
Aileen Kavanagh, Constitutionalism, counterterrorism, and the courts:
Changes in the British constitutional landscape                172
Christopher McCrudden, Multiculturalism, freedom of religion,
equality, and the British constitution: The JFS case considered  200
lain McLean and Scot Peterson, Entrenching the establishment
and free exercise of religion in the written U.K. constitution  230
Peter Leyland, The multifaceted constitutional dynamics of U.K.
devolution                                                     251
Constitutions of the World: An Occasional Series
Visar Morina, Fisnik Korenica and Dren Doli, The relationship
between international law and national law in the case of
Kosovo: A constitutional perspective                           274

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