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Symposium: Constitutional Amendment and Dismemberment
YJIL Forum is delighted to present this Symposium featuring three responses to Richard Albert’s Constitutional Amendment and Dismemberment, recently published in Volume 43.1 of the...
Volume 43, Issue 1
Constitutional Amendment and Dismemberment Written by Richard Albert Some constitutional amendments are not amendments at all. They are self- conscious efforts to repudiate the essential...
Rescuing the Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendment Doctrine: A Reply to Richard Albert
Written by David Landau Florida State University College of Law It is an honor to respond to Richard Albert’s provocative Article on Constitutional Amendment...
Constitutional Amendment and “Fundamendment”: A Response to Professor Richard Albert
Written by Yaniv Roznai† Radzyner Law School I am delighted to offer some brief observations following Professor Richard Albert’s fascinating study of “constitutional amendment...
On Constitutional Dismemberment
Written by Carlos Bernal Colombian Constitutional Court I In Constitutional Amendment and Dismemberment, Richard Albert endorses four main claims: one conceptual, one descriptive, and...
Book Review: International Organizations and the Fight for Accountability
International Organizations and the Fight for Accountability: The Remedies and Reparations Gap by Carla Ferstman, Oxford University Press, 2017. Reviewed by Isa Qasim In...
Book Review: Is International Law International?
Is International Law International? by Anthea Roberts, Oxford University Press, 2017. Reviewed by Beatrice Walton It was a relatively straightforward Alien Tort Statute (ATS)...
Not “Final and Irreversible”: Explaining South Korea’s January 2018 Reversal on the “Comfort Women” Agreement
Written by Hyun-Soo Lim* Approximately two years ago, the Foreign Ministers of South Korea and Japan announced that they had “final and irreversibl” resolved...
A War Crimes “Wiki”: The Need for an Open Database to Ensure Syrian Accountability
Written by Josh Macey, Paul Strauch, Mitzi Steiner & Nathaniel Zelinsky† Just over a month ago, a Swedish court became the first court anywhere...
More Privacy Principle: A Reply to Asaf Lubin
By Frédéric G. Sourgens, Washburn University School of Law. I would like to thank Asaf Lubin for his response to my article The Privacy Principle. ...
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