GoJIL Vol. 4, No. 2 (2012)
Overcoming Dichotomies: A Functional Approach to the Constitutional Paradigm in Public International Law
The article discusses the potential of a constitutional matrix to conceptualize public international law. Next to criteria of constitutional quality the very functions of a constitution are analyzed. The constitutional reading of public international law is seen not in contrast to obvious fragmentations but as a means to deal with fragmental legal orders.
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