9 Italian J. Pub. L. [i] (2017)

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       ITALIAN   JOURNAL OF PUBLIC LAW, VOL. 9 ISSUE 1/2017
                         TABLE   OF CONTENTS


EDITORIAL

FAKE NEWS, INTERNET AND METAPHORS (TO BE HANDLED CAREFULLY)
Oreste Pollicino................................................................ 1


ARTICLES
IS FREEDOM OF THOUGHT STILL RELEVANT?
Giuseppe de Vergottini.....................................................6

INHERENT DEFICIENCIES IN THE CONSTITUTIONAL REFORMS (JUSTICE SECTOR)
ACT, 2016: A CASE OF No STEP FORWARD, TWENTY STEPS BACKWARD?
Kevin Aquilina................................................................24

WHAT IS STILL MISSING TO ACHIEVE AN OPTIMUM CURRENCY AREA UNDER EU LAW?
Antonio Marcacci........................................................48

THE RIGHT TO THE CO-CITY
Christan laione..........................................................80

THE REFORM OF LEGISLATIVE DECREE No. 33/2013 IN ITALY:
A DOUBLE TRACK FOR TRANSPARENCY
M arco Lunardelli...........................................................143


SHORT   ARTICLES

PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES.
A CONSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS OF PRESIDENT TRUMP'S EXECUTIVE ORDERS :
Davide De Lungo.......................................................189


BOOK   REVIEWS

REVIEW OF ANGELA FERRARI ZUMBINI, LA REGOLAZIONE AMMINISTRATIVA DEL CONTRA TTO.
A TTI AMMINIS TRA TIVI CONFORMA TIVI DELL'A UTONOMIA NEGOZIALE (2016)

Ferruccio Auletta.......................................................205

Aldo Sandul i..........................................................212

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