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Bundesverfassungsrichter Prof. Dr. Andreas L. Paulus

Between Constitutionalization and Fragmentation - Concepts and Reality of International Law in the 21st Century


Abstract from the author

Portrait des AutorsThe constitutionalization of international law continues to galvanize public international lawyers in Germany. The contribution describes the development of international law between constitutionalization and fragmentation of the legal system. It argues for a pluralist rather than hierarchical understanding of constitutionalism as principle of legal ordering.


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Index of contents

Category
Constitutional Law | International Law | Public Law

Keywords
Accommodation | Afghanistan | Autopoiesis | Avena case | Basic value | Bilateralism | Bretton Woods | BRIC states | Community based on international law | Community interest | Constitution-making | Constitutional Courts Network | Constitutionalism | Constitutionalization | Constitutional mindset | Constitutional orders | Copenhagen Conference | Decisionmaking | Deformalization | Democratic legitimacy | Diversification | Environment | Erga omnes | European Court of Justice | European Courts of Human Rights | Expansion | Failed states | Federal Constitutional Court | Fragmentation | Frowein, Jochen Abraham | G-20 | Genocide | Global Governance | Global institutions | Globalization | Global Law | Global order | Global problems | Global system | Governance | Government | Hegemony | Humanitarian intervention | Human Rights | Human Rights Council | ICSID | International Chamber of Commerce | International Court of Justice | International Criminal Court | International legal system | International Legal Theory | International public law | International relations | Interventionism | Iraq war | Jus cogens | Kant, Immanuel | Kelsen, Hans | Kosovo affair | LaGrand case | Law of Treaties | League of Nations | Legal community | Legalization | Legal ordering | Legal Theory | Lex posterior | Lex specialis | Lisbon verdict | Medellin case | Mosler, Hermann | New World Order | NGO | Non-Proliferation Treaty | Pluralism | Private actors | Recalcitrant States | Responsibility to Protect | Rogue States | Rule of law | Security Council | Self-defence | Simma, Bruno | Sovereignty | State Responsibility | States of concern | Subsidiarity | Supranationalism | Tomuschat, Christian | UN | Unilateralism | United Nations | Verdross, Alfred von | Vigilantism | Waldschloesschen case | World Trade Organization | WTO

Quotation reference:
Andreas L. Paulus, HFR 2011, S. 56 et seqq.

Linking reference:
http://www.humboldt-forum-recht.de/english/5-2011/index.html

Edited by Tobias M. Dreyer