Volume 18 No 07
18 German Law Journal No. 7 (2017)
Jürgen Bast & Liav Orgad
Constitutional Identity in the Age of Global Migration
Theories of Constitutional Identity
Constitutional Identity as a Constructed Reality and a Restless Soul
Constitutional Identity in the EU—A Shield or a Sword?
What does a Constitution Expect from Immigrants?
The Changing Constitution of Migration Societies
Francesca Strumia & Asha Kaushal
Opening the Ranks of Constitutional Subjects: Immigration, Identity, and Innovation in Italy and Canada
Dimitra Gamba & Dimosthenis Lentzis
Crafting Constitutional Identity in the Era of Migration and Financial Crises—The Case of Greece
The Rise of Illiberal Notions of Constitutional Identity
The Rise of an Ethnocultural Constitutional Identity in the Jurisprudence of the East Central European Courts
Zsolt Körtvélyesi & Balázs Majtényi
Game of Values: The Threat of Exclusive Constitutional Identity, the EU and Hungary
Immigration as a Challenge to Liberal Constitutional Identity
Circumcision: Immigration, Religion, History, and Constitutional Identity in Germany and the U.S.
Five Million Germans Come to Denmark—A Thought Experiment
Constitutional Elements of the International and European Legal Order
The UN’s Search for a Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration
Sara Iglesias Sánchez
Constitutional Identity and Integration: EU Citizenship and the Emergence of a Supranational Alienage Law