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VJIL posts archived issues beginning with issue 56:3. For our current issue, click here. Please select which article or note you would like to read below:


Volume 57, Issue 3

57:3 Articles

External Dimensions of the French Constitution – John Bell

The External Dimensions of Constitutions – Eyal Benvenisti & Mila Versteeg

Refugees Misdirected: How Information, Misinformation, and Rumors Shape Refugees’ Access to Fundamental Rights – Melissa Carlson, Laura Jakli, & Katerina Linos

Country-Specific Investments and the Rights of Non-Citizens – Adam Chilton & Eric Posner

Detaining Non-Citizens: Political Competition and Weak v. Strong Judicial Review – Rosalind Dixon & Brigid McManus

The American Founding and Global Justice: Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian Approaches – David Golove

Constitution in the World: The External Dimensions of South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Constitution – Heinz Klug

Vulnerable Insiders: Constitutional Design, International Law, and the Victims of Internal Armed Conflict in Colombia – David Landau

The Rights of Aliens under the United States Constitution: At the Border and Beyond – George Rutherglen

Israel’s External Constitution: Friends, Enemies, and the Constitutional/Administrative Law Distinction – Adam Shinar

Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution – Ozan Varol

Sovereignty and Beyond: The Double Edge of External Constitutionalism – Neil Walker


Volume 57, Issue 2

57:2 Articles

Weathering the “Perfect Storm:” Welcoming Refugees While Protecting the United States at Home and Abroad – Peter Vincent

Legislating Transnational Jurisdiction – Aaron Simowitz

Statutory International Law – Ashley Deeks

Building Multilateral Anticorruption Enforcement: Analogies between International Trade & Anti-Bribery LawRachel Brewster & Christine Dryden

Unintended Agency Problems: How International Bureaucracies Are Built and EmpoweredAnu Bradford, Stavros Gadinis, & Katerina Linos

57:2 Notes

A Design-Around for the United States Design Patent System: What Can the United States Learn from the United Kingdom and Canada in the Aftermath of Samsung v. Apple?Katherine McNutt

Otherwise Occupied: The Legal Status of the Gaza Strip 50 Years after the Six-Day WarRoi Bachmutsky


Volume 57, Issue 1

57:1 Articles

Germany’s German ConstitutionRussell Miller

Interpretive DivergenceNeha Jain

Constitutional Design Two Ways: Constitutional Drafters as JudgesRosalind Dixon

57:1 Note

Decentering or Decentralizing? Economic, Social, & Cultural Rights in Federal SystemsReedy C. Swanson


Volume 56, Issue 3

56:3 Articles

Blinding International Justice – Sergio Puig

The Stewardship of Trust in the Global Value Chain Kishanthi Parella

Does International Human Rights Law in African Courts Make a Difference?Daniel Abebe

56:3 Notes

U.S. Regulation of Cross-Border Banks: Is It Time to Embrace Balkanization in Global Finance?Alexander Coley

The Nuclear Option: Domestic Treaty Withdrawal MechanismsLucas Kowalczyk

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