The Foundations of Constitutional Democracy: The Kelsen-Natural Law Controversy

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As the twenty-first century extends into its third decade, the basic institutions of constitutional democracy and the linked sets of international institutions that historically accompanied them: institutions like the United Nations and its associated agencies, the Council of Europe and the European Union remain key building blocks of a legal order characterized by nation-states nested within a global system. Despite facing a range of different challenges since the end of the post-war period when the basic shape of this framework was established, its essential structure has been remarkably constant.
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CyfnodolynCanadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
StatwsDerbyniwyd/Yn y wasg - 15 Mai 2023

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