Constitutional Law in Asia: Special Issue

The International Journal of Constitutional Law has recently published a special issue on constitutional law in Asia, and the articles are free to download online. It includes: Directive principles and the expressive accommodation of ideological dissenters, Tarunabh KhaitanDictators, democrats, and constitutional dialogue: Myanmar’s constitutional tribunal, Melissa CrouchJudging socio-economic rights in Hong Kong, Michael RamsdenConstitutionalizing administrative law in theContinue reading “Constitutional Law in Asia: Special Issue”

Courts and Constitutionalism in Contemporary Asia

Next week at the ICON conference we have a panel lined up on “Courts and Constitutionalism in Contemporary Asia”. This panel seeks to explore the role of courts and how and why they do (or do not) contribute to building constitutionalism in contemporary Asia. The last few decades have seen the creation of a range ofContinue reading “Courts and Constitutionalism in Contemporary Asia”