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Tags: [Constitutional adjudication, federalism, subnational courts of last resort, comparativerule of law, werner, reutter, 2021, perspectives on federalism]  ...
Tags: [Climate Change, Climate Change mitigation, AFOLU sector, International Climate Treaties, International Climate Legal Regime, Roberto, Talenti, Perspectives on Federalism]  ...
Tags: [Belgium, federalism, judicial pluralism, representation of sub-national entities, language pluralism, Patricia, Popelier, Perspectives on federalism]  ...
In this article I explore the judicial dimension of federal systems from a subnational perspective. The findings show that regardles of the type of federalism subnational courts of last resort underscore ...
... get worse over time. Facing this crisis is terribly difficult for at least two reasons. Firstly, climate change is a phenomenon which is both transnational and global in its nature, hence all relevant ...
... collected from the National Census Report, YouTube and official government letters. The qualitative data were analysed through thematic analysis, while the quantitative data were expressed in terms of ...
... by transforming the Senate into a body that would be elected in a single nationwide district. Second, what explains the instability of self-rule without shared rule in the years after 1991 when the opposite ...
8. The Judiciary in Federal Systems in Africa
(Nico Steytler & Zemelak Ayele/Essay)
... regard. First, does the structure of the judicial institutions also follow the vertical division of powers between the central and subnational governments? Secondly, given the non-centrist or centrist ...
Unlike most other federal states, the Belgian federation has kept the organisation of the judiciary as a federal competence. The reasons are historical, principled, practical as well as political. Meanwhile, ...
... the organization of the Canadian judicial system, namely the hierarchy of the courts, the nomination and compensation of judges, and the guarantees of judicial independence. After that, the paper discusses ...
...  linguistic or ethnic diversity in a multinational or multiethnic federation.  ...
Judicial federalism has generally been neglected by scholars in comparative federalism. However, this topic is quite relevant for a proper understanding of the distribution of competences in a federal ...
The European Union is well known to be one of the most prominent international actors fighting against the climate crisis and, as the President of the European Council Charles Michel has said, it ...
This article provides a historical reconstruction of the normative dimension (principles, norms, values) of EU-ASEAN relations, with particular reference to the EU’s inclination and attempts to make them ...
... collaboration, however, the forums are focused on creating a common front against the national government. They may be horizontal in their structure but vertical in their orientation. ...
In December 2019 the EU Commission presented the European Green Deal as directly connected with the Commission’s strategy to implement the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda. More recently, the Communication ...
COVID-19 has posed several challenges at the national level with governments adopting various policies to counter its spread. Nonetheless, the transnational nature of pandemics requires a coordinated regional ...
Does European integration impact on minority nationalism? Is there evidence that processses of European integration exacerbate or moderate minority nationalist tendencies in member states? Post-2010 ...
... it very hard to be studied in overall terms. The aim of this paper is indeed to begin to tackle this complexity, starting by analysing how does the international legal framework addresses the relationships ...
... recent systems are multi-tiered and multinational, producing asymmetrical responses by default. In addition to suggesting that asymmetrical solutions are often required, this implies that some degree of ...
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