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La Vie des Idées
By Soil and Blood
, 24 October 2019
Citizenship laws in the world
Naming the Crime
, 14 February 2019
About: Annette Becker, Messagers du désastre. Raphael Lemkin, Jan Karski et...
The Colour of Law
, 26 November 2018
About: M. Möschel et H. Bentouhami (dir.), Critical Race Theory: une...
Ronald Coase: A Century of Economics
, 8 March 2018
Ronald Coase (1910-2013), the 1991 Nobel Laureate in Economics, is famous...
French Law and Racist Speech
, 13 March 2017
French law is not always very clear when it comes to punishing racist...
Judging Homosexuality, Granting Asylum
, 3 October 2016
Asylum applications on the grounds of sexual orientation, although...
Constitutionalism and Democracy
, 11 May 2015
How can it be legitimate for a judge to overturn a law passed by the...
Ronald Dworkin: Law as Novel Writing
, 5 February 2015
Ronald Dworkin’s innovative and politically ambitious work has become...
A Tale of a Chinese Lawyer
, 1 January 2015
Now a well-known Chinese lawyer of the democratic dissidence in China,...
, 23 October 2014
According to Sue Donaldson and Will Kymlicka, animals are far more than...
The Constraints of the Right to Know
, 16 January 2014
Thoughts on Presymptomatic Diagnosis
Terrorism from Robespierre to Al-Qaida
, 12 September 2013
Adopting an original double perspective, the legal scholar Mireille...
, 5 September 2013
What is an American? By exploring the history of the loss of citizenship,...
The Commons, Old and New
Eva Hemmungs Wirtén
, 17 June 2013
From Land Use to Information Sharing
Pluralism, Values, and the European Judge
, 21 February 2012
Far from being natural, the compatibility between the legal orders of the...
The American State: Power Obscured
, 15 November 2011
An Interview with William Novak & James Sparrow
When Immigration Is a Crime
, 24 October 2011
Over the past few years, European Union law and national laws, particularly...
, 23 September 2010
For Amartya Sen, a consensus around rejecting injustice is preferable to a...
What justice after war?
, 14 January 2010
Elements for a theory of transitional justice
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