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Rousseau in Corsica
, 7 February 2019
About: Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Affaires de Corse, C. Litwin (dir), J....
An Obsolete Separation of Powers?
, 13 July 2017
About: Jeremy Waldron, Political Political Theory, Harvard University...
Is There an Icelandic Democratic Exception?
, 27 June 2016
Constitutionalism and Democracy
, 11 May 2015
How can it be legitimate for a judge to overturn a law passed by the people’s representatives? Isn’t that judge interfering...
Is There a Dictatorship in the E.U.?
, 11 May 2012
The Orban government has enacted sweeping changes that have raised the specter of autocracy in Hungary: is the European Union...
Reconstructing Citizenship for the Twenty-first Century
, 5 March 2012
An interview with Bruce Ackerman
Sprouts of Democracy in Chinese History
, 30 May 2011
In this article derived from a conference given at Princeton University in November 2008, Pierre-Etienne Will discards...
The Nature and Limits of the Majority Principle
, 20 April 2011
Constitutional courts are more and more important in our lives. But how can they be legitimate? Pasquale Pasquino shows that...
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