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American Journal of Sociology 'Volume 124 Number 6 May 201 9

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The Short-Term Focus of the American Corporation-Benton

and Cobb

Reversal of Court-Ordered School Desegregation-Fiel

and Zhang

The Making of Neoliberal Globalization-Kentikelenis Meaning Making from Cultural Objects-Rawlings

and Babb and Childress

Social Mobility Trends in Postrevolution China-Zhou

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CONTENTS 1631 Eyes on the Horizon? Fragmented Elites and the Short-Term Focus of the American Corporation RICHARD A. BENTONAND J. ADAMCOBB 1685 With Al1 Deliberate Speed: The Reversal of Court-Ordered School Desegregation, 1970-2013 JEREMYE. FIELAND YONGJUN ZHANG 1720 The Making of Neoliberal Globalization: Norm Substitution and the Politics of Clandestine Institutional Change ALEXANDER E. KENTIKELENIS AND SARAH BABB 763 Emergent Meanings: Reconciling Dispositional and Situational Accounts of Meaning-Making from Cultural Objects CRAIGM. RAWLINGS AND CLAYTON CHILDRESS 1810 Market Transition, Industrialization, and Social Mobility Trends in Postrevolution China XIANGZHOUAND YU XIE

Book Reviews 1848 Talking Art: The Culture of Practice and the Practice of Culture in MFA Education by Gary Alan Fine JUDITHADLER 1850 Leftism Reinvented: Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism by Stephanie L. Mudge EDWINAMENTA


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The Spiritual Virtuoso: Personal Faith and Social Transfomzation by Marion Goldman and Steven Pfaff NANCYT. AMMERMAN

1854 More Money, More Crime: Prosperity and Rising Crime

i n Latin America by Marcelo Bergman JAVIERAUYERO 1856

Slums: The History of a Global Znjustice by Alan Mayne DOMINIQUE BILLIER

1858 Gay on God's Campus: Mobilizing for LGBT Equality at Christian

Colleges and Universities by Jonathan S. Coley RUTHBRAUNSTEIN 1860 Zmmigration Policy i n the Age of Punishment: Detention,

Deportation, and Border Control edited by David C. Brotherton and Philip Kretsedemas JASON T. CARMICHAEL 1862

Fractivism: Corporate Bodies and Chemical Bonds by Sara Ann Wylie DANIELALDANA COHEN

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The Path to Gay Rights: How Activism and Coming Out Changed Public Opinion by Jeremiah J. Garretson JONATHAN S. COLEY

1866 Protest Politics i n the Marketplace: Consumer Activism

i n the Corporate Age by Caroline Heldman DANIELK. CORTESE 1869 Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy

by Richard E. Ocejo ELIZABETH CURRID-HALKETT 187 1 Latina Teachers: Creating Careers and Guarding Culture

by Glenda M . Flores A. DOWLING

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1873 Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame: The Rise of a Pop Star

in un Age of Celebnty by Mathieu Deflem KERRYO. FERRIS


1875 Shifling Boundaries: Zmmigrant Youth Negotiating National, State,

and SmalGTown Politics by Alexis Silver NILDAFLORES-GONZALEZ 1877

Curated Stories: The Uses and Misuses of Storytelling by Sujatha Fernandes TIMOTHY B. GONGAWARE

1879 Saving the Sacred Sea: The Power of Civil Society i n u n Age

of Authoritarianism and Globalization by Kate Pride Brown SUMMER GRAY 1881 Tourism and Property i n Miao Land: Power and Znequality

i n Rural Ethnic China by Xianghong Feng JOHNHANNIGAN 1883 The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor and Foreign Znvestment

i n China by Ching Kwan Lee GARYHERRIGEL 1885 Singlewide: Chasing the American Dream i n a Rural Trailer Park

by Sonya Salamon and Katherine MacTavish LEONTINA HORMEL 1888 Chromatic Homes: The Joy i n Color i n Historic Pluces

by John 1. "Hans" Gilderbloom TARRYHUM 1890 A Place to Cal1 Home: Zmmigrant Exclusion and Urban Belonging

in New York, Paris, and Barcelona by Ernesto Castañeda JACKELYN HWANG 1892

Poison i n the Zvy: Race Relutions and the Reproduction of Znequality on Elite College Campuses by W .Carson Byrd JENNIFERJONES

1894 Punishing Disease: HZV and the Criminalization of Sickness

by Trevor Hoppe PHILIPR. KAVANAUGH 1896 Market Cities, People Cities: The Shape of our Urban Future

by Michael Oluf Emerson and Kevin T. Smiley MARGARET KOHN


1898 Legacies and Memories i n Movements: Justice and Democracy

i n Southem Europe by Donatella della Porta, Massimiliano Andretta, Tiago Fernandes, Eduardo Romanos, and Markos Vogiatzoglou TIMOTHY KUBAL 1901 Navigating ConJlict: How Youth Handle Trouble i n a High-Poverty

School by Calvin Morrill and Michael Musheno AARONKUPCHIK 1903 The Bluck Migrant Athlete: Media, Race, and the Diaspora i n Sports

by Munene Franjo Mwaniki RORYMAGRATH 1905

The Ways Women Age: Using and Refusing Cosmetic Znteniention by Abigail T. Brooks WENDYMARTIN

1907

Protect, Serve, and Deport: The Rise of Policing as Zmmigration Enforcement by Amada Armenta DANIELE. MARTÍNEZ

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The Cost of Being a Girl: Working Teens and the Origins of the Gender Wage Gap by Yasemin Besen-Cassino JOYAMISRA

19 11 Constrmcting the Patriarchal City: Gender and the Built Environment

of London, Dublin, Toronto, and Chicago, 1870s into the 1940s by Maureen A. Flanagan VIRÁGMOLNÁR 1913

The Rise and Fa11 of Moral ConJlicts in the United States and Canada by Mildred A. Schwartz and Rayrnond Tatalovich ZIADMUNSON

19 15 Progressive Punishment: Job Loss, Jail Growth, and the Neoliberal

Logic of Carceral Expansion by Judah Schept NAOMIMURAKAWA 1917

Chocolate Cities: The Black Map of American Lge by Marcus Anthony Hunter and Zandria F. Robinson ROBERT J. PATTERSON

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Gender Reckonings: New Social Theory and Research edited by James W. Messerschmidt, Patricia Yancey Martin, Michael A. Messner, and Raewynn Connell SUSANC. PEARCE


192 1 Leader Communities: The Consecration of Elites i n Djursholm by Mikael Holmqvist

JENNIFERL. PIERCE 1923 Legitimation i n a World at Risk: The Case of Genetically Modified Crops i n India by E. L. Desmond

ANITHARAMANNA-PATHAK 1925 Destined for Greatness: Passions, Dreams and Aspirations i n a College Music Town by Michael Ramirez

J. ROBERTS MICHAEL 1927

Networked News, Racial Divides: How Power and Privilege Shape Public Discourse i n Progressive Communities by Sue Robinson LYDIAROSE

1929 Dispossession without Development: Land Grabs in Neoliberal India by Michael Levien

ANIMESHROY 1932

Moral Entanglements: Conseniing Birds i n Britain and Gemany by Stefan Bargheer CHELSEA SCHELLY

1934 A Nation on the Line: Cal1 Centers as Postcolonial Predicaments in the Philippines by Jan M . Padios

FUMILAYO SHOWERS 1936 Misdemeanorlund: Criminal Courts and Social Control i n an Age of Broken Windows Policing by Issa Kohler-Hausmann

JESSICAT. SIMES 1938 Trapped i n a Vice: The Consequences of Confinement for Young People by Alexandra Cox

BRYANL. SYKES 1940

The Space between Us: Social Geography and Politics by Ralph D. Enos ANNR. TICKAMYER

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WolfConflicts: A Sociological Study by Ketil Skogen, Olve Krange, and Helene Figari TWINE RICHARD


1945 Building the Prison State: Race and the Politics of Mass Zncarceration by Heather Schoenfeld MATTVOGEL 1946 Sexual Hamsment Online: Shaming and Silencing Women in the Digital Age by Tania G . Levey ARI EZRAWALDMAN 1948 Boystown: Sex and Community in Chicago by Jason Orne JASONWHITESEL 195 1 Editor's Page 1953

Acknowledgrnents to Referees

1958 Contents of Volume 124 197 1 Book Reviewers for Volume 124


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MARARON GÓMEZ, RAQUEL: Una necesaria reforma legislativa: La designacióii de Senadores eii representación de la Comunidad de Madrid. BONELL COLMENERO, RAMÓN: Constitucioiialismo popular. La nireva Coiistititción de la Repríbl'rCuba. p~opuestasydesafíos. MART~SÁNCHEZ, SYLVIA: La participacióir rica en el Derecho Iiitei-nacional, el Pacto de Derechos Ciiti Políticos, estúndares globoles para rrna coiniiiiidadpanitiva. ARÉVALO GUTIÉRREZ,ALFONSO: ~ a p l e n aincorporación de la norinatiiw sobre evaluación ambiental alderecho interno. COMENTARLOS DE JURLSPRUDENCIA

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ÁLVAREZ iiidicaciói~de la EspaZa ., . ..


Pág. 1. TEMA DE DEBATE YAGUEGIL,PEDRO-JosÉ: El interés casacioiial. La cuestión de heclio .... 11. ESTUDIOS SANTAMAR~A PASTOR,JUANALFONSO:Dos años del nuevo recurso de ., c;ls:Icjon................................................................................................

MARAÑÓNG Ó ~ z RAQUEL: , Una iiecesaria reforma legisl;itiva:La designación de Senadores en representación de la Co~iiiiriidadde Madrid ... BONELLCOLMENERO,U Ó N : Constit~icionalisiiiopopular: L;I niiev;i Coristitucidii de la República de Cub;,,propuestas y desafios .................. MARTÍ SÁNCHEZ, SYLVIA:La participación política en el Derecho Internacional: el Pacto de Derechos Civiles y Políticos, estándares globales para L ~ J I ;coniunidatl ~ partitiva ................................................... ARÉVALOCUTIÉRREZ,ALFONSO:La plena iricorporacióri de la iiomiativa sobre evaluacióii a~iibieiitalal dereclio iiitcriio .................................

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IV. COMENTARIOS DE JURISPRUDENCIA MARAÑÓNGÓMEZ, RAQUEL:La i~icoristitucioridid~~~~ de la revoc;lcióii de los senadores designados por las Asambleas Legislativas de las Coiiiuiiidades Autórioiiias. C:oiiit-ntario a la STC 123/2017, de 2 de novienibre de 201 7................................................................................ MARAÑÓN GÓMEZ, RAQUEL: El control político del Gobierno en funciones (ConfZicto entre órganos constitucionales promovido por el Congreso de los Diputados, en relación con el recliazo de coiiiparecencia urgente del Ministro de Defensa en funciones). Comentario a la STC 124/2018, de 14 de novienibre dc 201 8 .................................................

TORRES SÁNCHEZDE CASTRO,BARTOLOMÉ:Elecciones a la Asamblea de Madrid y procesos electorales ............................................................ NIETO LOZANO, ÁNGELES; SÁNCHEZ FERNANDEZ, SANTIAGO y DURÁN RAMOS, JOSÉ MARÍA: La Actividad Parlanientaria de enero a junio de 201 8 (X Legisl;~ tura) .................................................................

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VI. RECENSIONES DELPINO CARAZO,ANA: Retos a la libertad y Estado Constitucional, de I'alo~iia Bigliilo Caiiipos .................................................................... VALIENTEMARTINEZ,FRANCISCO Y SÁNCHEZBARROSO,BORJA:La C~onstitucidriEspaiiola: 1978--301H, de M." Isabel ÁIvarez Vélez y Carlos Vidal Prado (coords.) ............................................................................. ARNALDOALCUBILLA, ENRIQUE:Delincuencia electoral y responsabilid;id penal de los partjtlos políticos. de José Manuel Maza Martín ........... ÁLVAREZRODK~C;UEZ, IGNACIO:Luz tras las tinieblas. Vindicación de la Espail,~Colistit~icional,de Roberto L. Blanco Valciés ..........................

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Gewerkschaften in der Wachstumsfalle Ulrich Brand Freie Forschung fĂźr freie Liebe Kai Gehring und Henrik Rubner 1989: Vom Feind zum Gegner Helmut Fehr Vorbild Stauffenberg? Klaus Naumann Ein Radikaler wider Willen: Helmut Ridder zum 100. Tim Wihl


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Die Transformation der Volksparteiendemokratie Albrecht von Lucke

9 AfD: Die neue Macht im Osten David Begrich 13 Sebastian Kurz oder: Der Sieg des Opportunismus Cornelius Lehnguth

17 Niederlande: Populismus mit intellektuellem Anstrich Fabian Busch 21 Griechenland: Tsipras' Absturz Niels Kadritzke 25 COZ-Steuer:Der Preis ist heiB? lnken Behrmann und Katrin Beushausen 29 EU: Waffen als Exportschlager? Michael Brzoska REDAKTION Anne Britt Arps Daniel Leisegang Albrecht von Lucke Annett Mangel Julia Schweers Steffen Vogel

29 Deutsch-franzosischer Wettlauf um Afrika Frauke Banse 33

Neue Fifa, alte Machenschaften Niccolo Schmitter

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Donald Trump oder: Das Ende des amerikanischen Zeitalters? Adam Tooze

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Indien: Die Wahl der Angst L. K. Sharma

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Modis lndien oder: Die Schriftstellerin als Staatsfeindin Arundhati Roy

79 In der Wachstumsfalle Die Gewerkschaften und der Klimawandel

Ulrich Brand 89

Ein Radikaler wider Willen Zum 100. Geburtstag des Verfassungsund Bürgerrechtlers Helmut Ridder Tim Wihl

97 Vom Feind zum Gegner 1989 und die politische Kultur der Runden Tische

Helmut Fehr 105 Vorbild Stauffenberg? Der 20. Juli 1944 und die postheroische Gesellschaft

Klaus Naumann 115

Freie Forschung für freie Liebe Magnus Hirschfeld und das lnstitut für Sexualwissenschaft Kai Gehring und Henrik Rubner

121 Die Mauer

John Lanchester

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Crazy Britannia Jan Kursko

47 Kurzgefasst 124 Dokumente 125 Chronik des Monats Mai 2019 128 Zurückgeblattert 128 lmpressum und

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British Journal of Political Science ARTICLES 799

Sabrina Karim

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Carl Dahlstrorn and Mikael Holmgren

Restoring Confidence in Posi-Conllict Security Sectors Siirvey Evidence frorn liberia on Female Ratio Balanring Reforrns Tlie Political Dynamics of Bureaiicratic Turnover

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Kristian Kriegbaum Jensen and Per Mouritsen

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Timothy Frye, Ora John Reuter and David Szakonyi

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Tirnothy Frye, Ora John Reuter and David Szakonyi

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Torun Dewan and Rafael Hortala-Vallve

Ndlionalism in a Liberal Register Beyond the 'Paradox of Universalirrn' in Imrnigrant Integration Politics Hitting Them With Carrots Voter Intimidation and Vote Buying in Russia Hitting Them With Carrots. Voter Intimidation and Vote Buying in Russia - CORRICENDUM Interna1 Opposition Dynamics and Restraints on Authoriiarian Control Ethnicity and the Swing Vote in Africa's Ernerging Democracies Evidence from Kenya tlectoral Cornpetition, Control arid Learning

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Lukas F. Stoetzer A Matter o f Representation Spatial Voting and Inconsistent Policy Preferences

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Jonathan Hornola Are Parties Equally Responsive to Women dnd Men?

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Pablo Fernandez-Vazquezand Zeynep Somer-Topcu The Informational Role of Party Leader Changes on Voter Perceptions o f Party Positions

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JohnV. Kane and Benjamin J. Newman Orgariized Labor as the New Undeserving Rich? Mass Media, Class-BasedAnti-Union Rhetoric and Public Support for Unioni in the United States

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Conrad Ziller and Marc Helbling

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Ariel Malka, Yphtach Lelkes and ChristopherJ. Soto

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Jon Hovi, Detlef F. Sprinz, Hakon Saelen and Arild Underdal

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Martin Baekgaard. Julian Christensen, Casper Mondrup Dahlrnann. Asbjsrn Mathiasen and Niels Bjern Crund Petersen

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Antidiscrimination Laws, Policy Knowledge and Political Support Are C~ilturaland Economic Conservatiím Positively Correlated? A Iarge-Scale Crosi-National Test The Club Approach A Cateway to Effective Climate Co-operation? The lmpact of Economic Crises on Political Representation in Public Comrnunicatiori Eviderice Ironi the Eurozorie The Role of Evidence in Politics Motivated Reaíoning and Persuasion among Politicians Cender Differences in Vote Choice. Social Cues and Social Harnioriy as Heuristics tiealth and Voting in Yourig Adulthood

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Contents Articles All the Emperor's Men? Conflicts and Power-Sharing in Imperial China 1099 Tianyang X i

From the Schools t o the Streets: Education and Anti-Regime Resistance in the West Bank Yael Zeira Taking t o the Streets: Protest as an Expression of Political Preference in Africa Adam S. Harris and Erin Hern The Logic of Ethnic Responsibility and Progovernment Mobilization in East Ukraine Conflict Huseyn Aliyev Discrirnination, Antiprejudice Norms, and Public Support for Multicultural Policies in Europe: The Case of Religious Schools Scott Blinder, Robert Ford, and Elisabeth lvarsflaten


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ANA PALACIO

~ s s kM A R ~ ADE AREILZA JAVIER ZARZALEJOS

Una Europa más intergubernamental y política JAVIER REDONDO RODELAS

Construcción mediática de la metarrealidad política JOSE RUIZ V~GIOSO

Posverdad y populismo JBSEF JOFFE

La OTAN cumple 70 años VERONICA BOM~NGUEZ

Familias, militares y misiones DAVID §ARIAS RODR~GUEZ

Elecciones primarias bajo Trump LAUREN QLSEN

Tres tópicos sobre inmigración lO§E MARIA ROTELLAR

Impacto económico del proteccionismo ROBERTO INGLÁN GIL

La ayuda de la democracia cristiana alemana a la Transición BORJA ADSUARA

Juegos de guerra digitales LUIS ARRANZ NOTARIO

España entre la guerra del inglés y la del francés CUADERNO DE CULTURA FERNANDO R.

GENOVES

El optimismo progresista

LIBROS IRENE CORREAS FEDERICO MART~NEZRODA EDUARDO FERNANDEZ LUIÑA ROBERTO VILLA GARC~A JOSEP CARLES LA~NEZ ANTONIO RUBIO PLO ALFREDO CRESPO ALCÁZAR


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ANA PALACIO JOSÉ MAR~A DE AREILZA JAVIER ZARZALEJOS Una Europa más intergubernamental y política JAVIER REDONDO RODELAS Espectáculo de sombras: la construcción mediática de la metarrealidad política JOSÉ RUIZ VICIOSO Posverdad y populismo JOSEF JOFFE OTAN: la "vieja dama" cumple 70 años. Preparémonos para su centenario

V E R ~ N I C ADOM~NGUEZ Familias, militares y misiones internacionales DAVID SARIAS RODR~GUEZ Las elecciones primarias bajo la sombra de Trump LAUREN OLSEN Tres tópicos sobre inmigración. Percepción y realidad JOSÉ MAR~AROTELLAR El impacto económico negativo del proteccionismo ROBERTO INCLÁN Del lado de la libertad: la ayuda de la democracia cristiana alemana a la Transición española BORJA ADSUARA Juegos de guerra digitales LUIS ARRANZ Entre la guerra del inglés y la guerra del francés: España martirizada

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FERNANDO R. GENOVÉS Optimismo en progreso. Presente y futuro de una ilusión

LIBROS

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IRENE CORREAS: Un europeísta en la transición. Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo (Edición de Jorge Lafuente del Cano)

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FEDERICO MART~NEzRODA: La revolución española (1936-1939) (Stanley G. Payne)

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EDUARDO FERNÁNDEZ:La monarquía en el siglo XXI (Jordi Canal)

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ROBERTO VILLA GARCIA: PODEMOS. Cuando lo nuevo se hace viejo (Javier Redondo Rodelas, Manuel Álvarez Tardío y otros)

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JOSEP CARLES LA~NEz:Identidad. La demanda de dignidad y las politicas de resentimiento (Francis Fukuyarna)

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ANTONIO RUBIO PLO: El retorno del mundo de Marco Polo. Claves de la estrategia política americana del siglo XXI (Robert Kaplan)

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ALFREDO CRESPO ALCÁZAR: Heridos y olvidados. Los supervivientes del terrorismo en España (B. María Jirnénez y Javier Marrodán)


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Carlo SABBATINI: Derechos del hombre y libertad de las clases en Württemberg: el debate sobre las reformas en los fragmentos hegelianos de 1798 Eusebio FERNANDEZ GARC~A:La Razón de Estado. Razones y excesos de una institución imprescindible Encarna'ci6n FERNANDEZ RUIZ-GALVEZ: La salud como capacidad global y el reto de la equidad Carlos R. FERNANDEZLIESA: Los actores no estatales y el Derecho internacional de los derechos humanos José Marla GARRÁN MART~NEZ:Las intervenciones humanitarias en la teorla de la "guerrajusta" de Michael Walzer: su respuesta al conflicto entre principios Andrea ROMEO: Deontología del abogado y tortura: reflexidn sobre el debate iusfilosdlo norieamericano Serena VANTIN: La teorla de los derechos en Mary Wollstonecrafi Vanesa MORENTE PARRA: Big data o el arte de analizar datos masivos. Una reflexión crifíca desde los derechos fundamentales Germana AGUIAR RlBElRO DO NASCIMENTO: Los indicadores de derechos humanos como elementos esencialespara la efectividad de los derechos: el caso del acceso al agua Anals VARO BARRANCO: El derecho al agua en Europa: obstáculos para su reconocimiento y garantla. La nueva propuesta de directiva de calidad del agua destinada a consumo humano Reynier LIMONTA: La decisidn financiera pública y el dimansionamiento del derecho de participación en ella. Apuntes para un debate

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Autobiografla en fragmentos. Conversaciónjurldico-polltico con Benjamín Rivaya, Elias Diaz Constitucionalismomás allá del Estado, Luigi Ferrajoli 11 rovescio dei d i M umani. Razza, discriminazione, schiavihj, Thomas Casadei La recepción y aplicación en Espaila de la Convencidn de Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad, Ignacio Campoy Cervera

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Derechos del hombre y libertad de las clases en Württemberg: el debate sobre las reformas en los fragmentos hegelianos de 1798...........19

H u m a n rights andfreedom of social classes i n Wüttenberg: the debate o n the reforms i n the hegelianfvagments of 1789

La Razón de Estado. Razones y excesos de una institución imprescindible ...................................................................................................... 61

The Reason of State. Reasons and excesses of a n essential institution

La salud como capacidad global y el reto de la equidad ............................... 83 Health as overarching capability and the challenge of equity

Los actores no estatales y el Derecho internacional de los derechos humanos .............................................................................................. 117

N o n State actors and international Law of human rights CARLOS R. FERNÁNDEZ LIESA

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Las intervenciones humanitarias en la teoría de la "guerra justa" 149 de Michael Walzer: su respuesta al conflicto entre principios ..................

Humanitarian intervention i n Michael Walzer's "just war" theory: his response to the conflict between principies J o s É MARÍA GARRÁN MART~NEZ Deontología del abogado y tortura: reflexión sobre el debate iusfilosófico norteamericano ................................................................................. 1 8 1

Attorney's legal ethics and torture: a discussion within the North American jurisprudential debate

La teoría de los derechos en Mar-Wollstonecraft ...................... . ..........

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7'he theoy of rights i n Mary Wollstonecraft

Big data o el arte de analizar datos masivos. Una reflexión crítica desde los derechos fundamentales ................................................................. 225 Big data or the ski11 of analyzing massive data. A critica1 reflection based

on human rights

Los indicadores de derechos humanos como elementos esenciales para la efectividad de los derechos: el caso del acceso al agua ..................261

Human rights indicators as essential elements for the effectiveness of rights: the case of the access to water

El derecho al agua en Europa: obstáculos para su reconocimiento y garantía. La nueva propuesta de directiva de calidad del agua destinada a consumo humano ......................................................... 287

7'he right to water i n Europe: obstacles for its recognition and guaranteeing. The new directive proposal on the quality of water intended for human consumption

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La decisión financiera pública y el dimensionamiento del derecho de participación en ella. Apuntes para un debate .................. 323

Trzefinancial public decision and the epistemic construction of the right of participation i n its adoption. Points for a debate

RECENSIONES

Elías DÍAZ, Autobiografía en fragmentos. Conversación jurídico-político con Benjamín Rivaya .......................................... ..351 OSCAR PÉREZ DE LA FUENTE Luigi FERRAJOLI, Constitucionalismo más allá del Estado ................................................................ ,361 CONSTANZA NÚNEZDONALD Thomas CASADEI, Il rovescio dei diritti umani. Razza, discriminazione, schiavitu ............................ 371 Ma DEL CARMEN BARRANCO AVILÉS Ignacio CAMPOY CERVERA, La recepción y aplicación en España de la Convención de Naciones Unidas sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad ............................................377 OSCAR CELADOR ANGÓN

NOTICIAS

V Congreso Internacional El tiempo de los derechos, Universidad de Valladolid, 5 y 6 de noviembre 2018 ............................................. 389 La Clínica Jurídica Javier Romañach Cabrero del IDHBC............................. 392

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Coloquios de Dertecnia: derechos sobre el cuerpo

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Diritto Pubblico

Big Data e democrazia


Diritto Pubblico Anno XXV (2019), n. 1

Gennaio-Aprile 2019

Big data e democrazia STEFANO C~VITARESE ~ ~ A T T E U C C I«Umano , troppo urnano». Decisioni amministrative automatizzate e principio di legalita FULVIO COSTANTINO, Rischi e opportunitd del ricorso delle amminz'strazionialle predizioni dei big data PASQUALE COSTANZO, La «democrazia digitale» (precauzioni

per l'uso) GIOVANNA DE MINICO, Big Data e la debole resistenza delle categorie giuridiche. Privacy e lex mercatoria MASUCCI, Digitalizzazione dell'amministrazione e serALFONSO

vizi pubblici on line. Lineamenti del disegno normativo

Saggi Fru~cescoFARRI, Sovranitd tributaria e nuovi «luoghi» dell'e-

conomia globale

Note e commenti MAI~IO G. LOSANO, L'universit2 del Brasile tra la costituzione del 1988 e il nuovo corso di Bolsonaro G U I I ,SIIIIANNI, ~ Il pantouflage pubblico-privato

Dibattiti The rule of law crisis in Europe:


Recensioni MIRIAM ALLENA, L'annullamento d'ufficio. Dall'autotutela alla tutela, Napoli, Editoriale Scientifica, 2018 (Leonardo Ferrara)

Prestazioni sociali tra garanzie e vincoli, NaGUERINO FAKES, poli, Editoriale Scientifica, 2018 (Lorenza Violini) ANDIEAF I ~ N G I OFrancesco NI, Ruffini. Una biografia intellettuale, Bologna, il Mulino, 2017 (Giacomo Delledonne)


Volume 86

July 2019

Number 343

Economica CONTENTS Editors Nava Ashraf Oriana Bandiera Timothy Besley Francesco Caselli Maitreesh Ghatak Stephen Machin lan Martin Gianrnarco Ottaviano Henry Overrnan Noarn Yuchtrnan Associate Editors Attila Ambrus Konrad Burchardi Paola Conconi Mirko Draca Bernardo Guimaraes Eliana La Ferrara Frederico Finan Peter Kondor Rocco Macchiavello Albert Marcet Giovanni Mastrobuoni Henry Overman Daniel Paravisini Nancy Qian Raffaella Sadun Paolo Surico Catherine Thomas Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe Justin Wolfers

Monetary Policy, Product Market Competition and Growth

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Philippe Aghion, Emmanuel Farhi and Enisse Kharroubi

Who Got t h e Brexit Blues? The E f f e d o f Brexit o n Subjective Wellbeing in t h e UK

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Nattavudh Powdthavee, Anke C. Plagnol, Paul Frijters and Andrew E. Clark

The Rise and Fall o f Consumption in the 2000s: , A Tangled Tale 495 Yuliya Dernyanyk, Dmytro Hryshko, María José Luengo-Prado and Bent E. Snrensen

Special Economic Zones and WTO Compliance: Evidence f r o m t h e Dominican Republic

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Fabrice Defever, José-Daniel Reyes, Alejandro Riaño and Miguel Eduardo Sánchez-Martín

Local Environmental Quality and lntejurisdidional Spillovers

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John William Hatfield and Katrina Kosec

The Effect o f University Fees o n Applications, Attendance and Course Choice: Evidence f r o m a Natural Experiment in t h e UK

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EUROPARECHT In Verbindung m i t der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft fur Europarecht

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Prof. Dr. Nadja Braun Binder, Zürich Anna Vegh, Aarau Revidierte Verordnung zur Europaischen Bürgerinitiative: Lehren aus Erfahrungen?

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Markus Gentzsch, Leipzig Cerichtliche Kontrolle geldpolitischer Entscheidungender EZB am Beispiel des Public Sector Purchase Programme

Dr., MLE, Dimitrios Parashu, Hannover Die EU und die Herausforderungder Migration: EU-Regionalpolitikals Losungsansatz von Problemen?

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Marvin Klein, Koln Das Recht der Kirchen im Tauziehen zwischen Luxemburg und Karlsruhe- Das kirchliche Arbeitsrecht als Machtprobe?

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Rechtsprechung Marvin Klein, Koln Das Recht der Kirchen im Tauziehen zwischen Luxemburg und Karlsruhe - Das kirchliche Arbeitsrecht als Machtprobe? ...................................... Prof DL Anna Lübbe, Fulda Vertrauen oder Realitatskontakt? -Anmerkung zu den Urteilen des EuGH v. 19. Marz 2019, verb. Rs. C-297117, C-318117, C-319117u. C-438117(Ibrahim) und Rs. C-163117(Jawo) .......................................


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European Human Rights Law Review lssue 3 2019

Brexit Means Anything but Brexit: Why the Prime Minister is at a Crossroads and i n Need of a Second Referendum Thom Brooks

Brunei, Britain & Protecting LCBT Rights i n the Commonwealth Mark Stershens CBE

Finding "East"/"West" Divisions in Council of Europe States on Treatment of Sexual Minorities: The Response of the Strasbourg Court and the Role of Consensus Analysis Profesor Helen Fenwick and Dr Daniel Fenwick

A Mutually lnformed Approach: The Right to Life in an Era of Pollution and Climate Change Kate Cook

Advisory Jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights Under Protocol16: Prospects and Challenges Konstantin Korkelia

The Chilling Effect of Turkey's Article 301 lnsult Law Ronan Ă“ Fathaigh

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Point of View Brunei, Britain & Protecting LGBT Rights in the Commonwealth Mark Stephens CBE

Bulletin: European Court of Human Rights and Council of Europe Bulletin: EU Charter of E'undamental Rights Articles Finding "East"/"West" Divisions in Council of Europe States on Treatment of Sexual Minorities: The Response of the Strasbourg Court and the Role of Consensus Analysis Professor Helen Fenwick and Dr Daniel Fenwick A Mutually Informed Approach: The Right to Life in an Era of Pollution and Climate Change Kate Cook Advisory Jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights Under Protocol 16: Prospects and Challenges Konstantin Korkelia The Chilling Effect of Turkey's Article 301 Insult Law Ronan Ó Fathaigh

Case Analysis Vedanta Resources Plc v Lungowe [2019] UKSC 20 Margherita Cornaglia

Case and Comment Khan v France Eléonore Aubry


Beghal v United Kingdom Christopher Gray Catt v United Kingdom Jordan Owen Rooman v Belgium Ricardo Buendia Fernandes de Oliveira v Portugal Kristina Dierkes GĂźzelyurtlu v Cyprus and Turkey Jordan Murcott Georgia v Russia (1) Emily Turner Wunderlich v Germany Klara Durkin

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Contents Editorial: EJIL at 30; The EU - A Community of Fate, at Last; Vital Statistics; In this Issue; The Birth OS EJIL

The EJIL Foreword Martti Koslienniemi, Imagining the Rule of Law: Rereading the Grotian 'Tradition'

Articles Valentina Vadi, Perspective and Scale in the Architecture of International Legal History Hannah Woolaver, From Joining to Leaving: Domestic Law's Role in the International Legal Validity of Treaty Withdrawal Claire E. M. Jervis, J~irisdictioiialIinniunities Revisited: An Analysis of the Procedure Substance Distinction in International Law

The Theatre of International Law: An Occasional Series Lorenzo Gradoni and Luca Pasquet, Dialogue Concerning Legal Un-certainty and Other Prodigies

The European Tradition i n International Law Tilmann Altwiclier, International Law in the Best of Al1 Possible Worlds: An Introduction to G.W. Leibniz's Theory OS International Law

Roaming Charges: Moments of History: 1989 Symposium: Regional Organization and Regional Integration Damian Chalmers, Regional Organizations and the Reintegrating of International Law Damian Chalmers and Julia Slupslia, The Regional Remaking of Trade and Investment Law Davor Jancic, Regional Parliaments and African Economic Integration Paivi Johanna Neuvonen, Transforming Membership? Citizenship, Identity and the Problem of Belonging in Regional Integration Organizations Ploris de Witte, Integrating the Subject: Narratives of Emancipation in Regionalism

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Critica1 Review of Jurisprudence Petros C. Mavroidis, Last Mile for Tuna (to a Safe Harbour): What 1s the TBT Agreement Al1 About?

Review Essays Lauri Malksoo, The Annexation of Crimea and Balance of Power in International Law. Review of Wladyslaw Czaplifiski et al. (eds) The Case of Criinea's Annexation Under International Law; Rein Müllerson, Dawn of a New Order; Geopolitics and tlie Clash of Ideologies Eliav Lieblich, The Facilitative Function of ]lis in Bello. Review of Adil Ahmad Haque. Laiw and Morality at War

Book Reviews Jonathan Bonnitcha, Lauge N. Sliovgaard Poulsen and Michael Waibel, The Political Econoiny of the investment Treaty Reginie (David Schneiderman) 341 José E. Alvarez, The Inipact of International Organizations on International Law (Samantha Besson) 344 Juan Pablo Scarfi, The Hidden History of International Law in the Americas: Empire and Legal Networks (Jacob ICatz Cogan)

The Last Page John R. Morss, The Quality of Portia


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Volume 18 Number 3 July 20 19 European Journal of Political Theory

Contents Animal rights and the deliberative turn in democratic theory Robert Gorner

Populism, liberal democracy and the ethics of peoplehood Fabio Wolkenstein

Which conception of political equality do deliberative mini-publics promote? Dominique Leydet

The normativity of democracy Roberto Frego 1

Aristotle and the problem of oligarchic harm: lnsights for democracy Gordon Arlen

Fighting electoral corruption in the Victorian era: An overlooked dimension of John Stuart Mill's political thought William Selinger 5

Review Article Review: Jeremy Waldron's Political Political Theory David Runcimon

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EDITORS: Panos Koutrakos and Jukka Snell CONSULTANT EDITOR: Anthony Arnull BOOK REVIEWS EDITOR: Alicia Hinarejos EDITORIAL More on Autonomy-Opinion 1/17 (CETA)

VOLUME 44 I N0.3 I JUNE 2019

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ARTICLES Towards a Single Standard of Professional Secrecy for Financia1Sector Supervisory Authorities: A Reform Proposal René Smits and Nikolai Badenhoop Enhanced Free Movement: Opportunities and Limits for EU Member States Entering into Bilateral Agreements Karsten Engsig Sgrensen The Future of EU Executive Rule-making Wolfgang WeiR lnternational Law in the European Banking Union: The Case of non-Euro Periphery Adrian Dumitrescu-Pasecinic

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1 5 JUL. 2019

European Law Revie Issue 3 June 2019 Table of Contents Editorial More on Autonomy-Opinion

1117 (CETA)

Articles Towards a Single Standard of Professional Secrecy for Financia1 Sector Supervisory Authorities: A Reform Proposal René ~ k i t and s Nikolai Badenhoop Enhanced Free Movement: Opportunities and Limits for EU Member States Entering into Bilateral Agreements Karsten Engsig Sgrensen The Future of EU Executive Rule-making Wo&ang WeiJ International Law in the European Banking Union: The Case of non-Euro Periphery Advian Dumitrescu-Pasecinic

Analysis and Reflections Conceptualisation and Application of the Principie of Autonomy of EU Law: The CJEU's Judgment in Achmea Put in Perspective Steffen Hindelang Ownership Structures and Beneficia1 Ownership: Registering and Investigating the Unknown OndFej Vondrác'ek and David Ondrátka Structural Consequences of Cross-border Company Seat Transfers within the EU in the Latest Court of Justice Case Law: Polbud Julie Benedetti and Arnaud Van Waeyenberge

Book Reviews


21191POLITICA Marx, ieri e oggi


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FILOSOFIA POLITICA Rivista fondata da Nicola Matteucci

Editoriale, di Carlo Galli

MARX IERI E OGGI, A 200 A N N I DALLA NASCITA Marx e la dialettica, di Alberto Burgio Marx e Pantropologia, di Roberto Finelli Marx e il pensiero contemporaneo. Lungo la traccia della soggettiviti, di Laura Bazzicalupo Marx e il mondo extraeuropeo, di Luca Basso Il femminismo e Marx. Su1 bordo di una frattura, di Paola Rudan Marx e Peconomia internazionale,di Massimo Pivetti

Comuniti di discorso e obbedienza al magistrato nei daggiÂť di Montaigne, di Paolo Slongo Allarme acustico: note sulla parabola del lupesco in Hobbes, di Bruno Accarino


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E. Dussel, Metafore teologiche di Marx (M. Vanzulli); V. Torreggiani, Stato e culture corporative nel Regno Unito (L.Ornaghi);G. Deleuze, Ilpotere (F. Ferraresi). Schede Libri ricevuti


Human Rights ,.

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David P. Stewart, Washington, D.C. Incorporating International Human Rights into U.S. Law / Well-Known Limitations and New Initiatives Taken at State, City and Local Levels

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Anja Seibert-Fohr, Heidelberg The Standard OS Proof for Gross and Systematic Human Rights Violations: A Comparative Analysis of the Case-Law of the European and the Inter-American Courts OS Human Rights .........................

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2. DECISIONS and REPORTS U.N. Human Rights Committee (UN-HRCee), Geneva - 9.XI.17 - No duplication of claims before international mechanisms / Communication declared inadmissible based on the fact that a final judgment of the ECtHR (appl. no. 1471105, NekvedaviEius v. Lithuania) rendered in favour of the author is still pending before the Committee OS Ministers, organ of the Council of Europe, entrusted according to Article 46 9 2 ECHR with the supervision of ECtHR judgments / Background: Lengthy non-enforcement of a Lithuanian judgment of 2001 regarding restoration of property nationalised by the Soviet regime 1 Nekvedavic'ius v. Lithuania .......................................... African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights (AfCourtHPR), Arusha - 22.111.18- Arbitrary deprivation OS Tanzanian nationality / Unlawful expulsion to Kenya / Situation

of statelessness in a "no man's land" between Kenya and Tanzania / Respondent State ordered to restore the applicant's rights by allowing him to return to the national ........................................*....*..........*...**.. territory l Anudo v. Tanzania -11.V.18 - Influence of widespread protest movement by Islamic organisations hampered reform of Samily law / NGOs submit severa1 provisions of the 2011 new Family Code to the scrutiny OS the Court / Preliminary objections regarding jurisdiction and belated seizure OS the Court rejected / Numerous violations of international law identified (minimum age of and consent to marriage, inheritance rights Sor women and natural children) / "Harmony with socio-cultural realities", invoked by the Government, no justification / APDF and IHRDA v. Mali ...................,......... -24.XI.17 - Arrest, detention and trial OS the leader of a political party / Application of legal provisions punishing "minimisation", "propagation" or "negation" of the genocide committed against the Tutsis in Rwanda in 1994 / Violation of the applicant's right to freedom of expression / Ingabire Victoire Umuhoza v. Rwanda ............................

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Kingdom rejected / Interrogation methods - the "five techniques" - used 1971 by the British authorities in Northern Ireland remain qualified as inhuman and degrading treatment / Ireland had requested to find torture / Requirements under Rule 80 OS the Rules OS Court (new facts, unknown at the time, which might have had decisive influence) not fulfilled / Ireland v. United Kingdom (revision judgment) .........................

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European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), Strasbourg - 15.111.18- Acts of torture allegedly inflicted inTunisia / Limits regarding the victim's right to access

to court in a foreign State to obtain redress / Switzerland's refusal to examine a civil claim for compensation covered by a wide margin of appreciation / No violation of Article 6 / Nait-Liman v. Switzerland (GC) ........................................................................... - 1.11.18- Protecting children from abuse linked to drugs and prostitution / State's positive obligation to protect a 15-year-old girl from authorities' prolonged inaction (social services needed 4 months to implement a Youth Court's decision) / Prohibition of inhuman treatment (Article 3) and right to respect for physical integrity (Article 8) violated / V C . v. Italy ................................................................................................................ - 20.111.18 - General criteria for defining the scope of the case "referred ton the Court (Article 32) / Chamber disregarded non ultra petita principle / Relevance of the applicants' complaints (factual and legal basis) and further submissions in the course of the proceedings (national and international) / Case involving adverse possession (i.e. ex lege acquisition of ownership whereby the temporal element is of central importance) / Radomilja et al. v. Croatia (GC) ........1 ................................................................................. - 20.111.18 - Refusal of the Istanbul 26thAssize Court to release the applicant in accordance with the Constitutional Court's judgment of January 2018 holding that the pre-trial detention in the aftermath of the attempted military'coup (June 2016) violated the applicant's right to liberty and security and his f ~ e d o qof journalistic expression / Right to examine the effectiveness of thq system of individual applications to the Constitutional Court reserved / Requkement of speedy judicial review in the light of 103,496 applications lodged with the CC within 15 months (mid-July 2016 to 9 October 2017) / Mehmet Hasan Altan v. Turkey ................................................................................................ - 5.XII.17 - Wearing of a religious symbol by a witness who had to appear before a domestic court / Obligation to remove his skullcap violated the applicant's right to manifest his religion (Article 9) / Hamidovi6 v. Bosnia and Herzegovina ........................ . . ............................ - 13.VI.17 - Right to free elections (Article 3 of Protocol No. 1) does not apply to the secession referendum regarding the independence for Scotland held in September 2014 / Application of convicted prisoners being prevented from voting in that referendum declared inadmissible, being incompatible ratione pateriae / Moohan and Gillon v. United Kingdom ........................................................................................................................ . ' . d

Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), Luxembourg - 27.11.18 - Temporary salary-reduction measures (for 2 years) regarding members of the judiciary

adopted because of mandatory requirements linked to eliminating Portuguese State's excessive budget deficit - no violation of the principle of judicial independence / Case of ASJP .............................................................................................................................

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UK Supreme Court, London - 21.11.18 - Ambit of positive duties which arise under Article 3 ECHR / 111-treatment inflicted not

by the State but by an individual actor / Deficiencies in the investigation of complaints of rape committed by a taxi driver since 2003 who remained undetected unti12008 and became a serial rapist / Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis v. DSD et al. ............... 3. DOCUMENTATION Rudolf Bernhardt, Heidelberg - 31.X.1998 - The Judges of the European Court of Human Rights in October 1998 - A Contemporary . ......................................................................... Survey ............................................................

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Dokumentation Albanien Das neue albanische Anwaltsgesetz von 2018. Übersetzung des Gesetzes Nr. 5512018 über den Beruf des Rechtsanwalts in der Republik Albanien vom 23.7.2018 mit einer Einführung von Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Herbert Küpper, Regensburg ................................................................................................

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Turkmenistan Das neue Verwaltungsverfahrensgesetz Turkmenistans von 2017. Übersetzung des Gesetzes Turkmenistans Nr. 566-V über Verwaltungsverfahren vom 3.6.2017 mit einer Einführung von Jorg Pudelka, Taschkent ................

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Buchbesprechungen Peter Darák, Hanno Kube, Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor, Ekkehart Reimer (Hrsg.): Freiheit und Verantwortung. Verfassung und Menschenrechte im Wandel der Zeit in Ungarn und in Deutschland, Universitatsverlag Winter, Heidelberg 2018 (H. Küpper) .......................................................................

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Zlatko M. Knez'eviC, Verfassungsgericht von Bosnien und Herzegowina (Hrsg.): Steuerrecht und Verfa~sun~sgerichtsbarkeit, Tagungsband, Sarajevo 2018 (T. Pintari4 466 Herbert Küpper: Einführung in die Verfass~ngss~stemeS ü d o s t e ~ r o ~ a s , Schriften zur Recht~vergleichun~ im Offentlichen Recht Bd. 5, Verlag Osterreich1Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag, WienIBerlin 2018 (J. András) ............ 468 Ferenc Szilágyi: Die Vorausabtretung im Gefüge des deutschen und ungarischen Rechts sowie des DCFR, Schriften zum Internationalen Privatrecht und zur Rechtsvergleichung Bd. 40, Universitatsverlag Osnabrück, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Gottingen 2017 (B. Bodzási) ...................................... 469 Gerhard Werle, Moritz Vormbaum (Hrsg.): Transitional Justice. Vergangenheitsbewaltigung durch Recht, Springer-Lehrbuch, Springer Verlag, Berlin 474 (H. Küpper)

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Liability for road d 6 c accidenrs in the Czech Republic: loss in market value of the rehicle, Ioss of usescxpenses, damages for pain and suffering. Legal expert cipinian on C z d hw, delivered in a lawsuit before a German court of law by Senior Researcher Dr. Petr Bohata, Regensburg ................... --

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Hungary's measures against driving licence tourism: material residence requirement and domestic validity of foreign restrictions for the acquisition of a driving licence by Senior Researcher Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Herbert Küpper, Regensburg: Introduction ............................. Legal expert opinion on Hungarian law, delivered in a lawsuit before a German court of law Translation of the decision by the Administrative Division of Hungary's supreme court (Kúria) K D 2018 no. 188 Kosovo The Collective Society in the Kosovar law of collisions and material law. Legal expert opinion on Kosovar law, delivered in a lawsuit before a German court of law by Senior Researcher Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Herbert Küpper, Regensburg

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Driving informal institutional change: the European Parliament and the reform of the Economic and Monetary Union Magnus G. Schoeller and Adrienne HĂŠritier

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La costituzionalizzazione del diritto amministrativo italiano nella crisi economica e istituzionale, di Luca De Lucia L'invenzione del paesaggio. Lo spazio terrestre nella prospettiva costituzionale, di Nicola Capone La rilettura di un ÂŤclassicoÂť Stefano Rodota, Le fonti di integrazione del contratto (1969) Presentazione, di Alberto M. Benedetti e Mauro Grondona Rileggendo Rodota sull'integrazione del contratto. Cinque tesi metodologiche, di Giovanni Battista Ratti lntegrazione cogente ed integrazione per clausole generalÂĄ: I'autonomia privata in Stefano Rodota, di Alessandro D'Adda Gli itinerari della buona fede secondo Stefano Rodota, di Edoardo Pesce Fonti di integrazione del contratto e inderogabilita del contratto collettivo: dialogo tra civilisti e giuslavoristi, di Giulia Bandelloni


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Una nueva carrera espacial Nuño Dominguez

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La ley Helms-Burton: guerra por otros medios HermenegildoAltozano

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Joachim Behnke Nachdenken über Reformen des deutschen Wahlgesetzes. Sollte die Mehrheitswahlkomponente des Wahlsystems gestarkt werden? . . . . . ABHANDLUNGEN

Michael Jankowski . Eric Linhart . Markus Tepe Welches Wahlsystem wollen die Wahler? Evidenz von einem Conjoint-Experiment . . . . 221 Christian W Martin Electoral Participation and Right Wing Authoritarian Success Evidence from the 2017 Federal Elections in Germany . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245 Franz Urban Pappi . Anna-Sophie Kurella . Thomas Brauninger Die Etablierung neuer Parlamentsparteien. Wahlerpraferenzen als Erfolgsfaktor fur die Alternative fur Deutschland 2017 und die Grünen 1986. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273 Christian Stecker . Marc Debus Refugees Welcome? Zum Einfluss der Flüchtlingsunterbringung auf den Wahlerfolg der AfD bei der Bundestagswahl2017 in Bayern. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 299 Anna-Maria Renner Die ,jungen Wilden" in der Politik? Personliche Eigenschaften und politisch-institutionelle Faktoren als Determinanten des Emotionsausdrucks von Politikern in deutschen Nachrichtensendungen und Talkshows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 325 LITERATURBERICHT

Christian TuschhoSf ,,Wie Demokratien sterben": Amerikanische Politik in der &a von Prasident Donald Trump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 357 REZENSIONEN POLITISCHE THEORIE UND IDEENGESCHICHTE

Verena Frick Patberg, Markus (2018): Usurpation undAutorisierung. Konstituierende Gewalt im globalen Zeitalter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 385 Alexander Leipold Huhnholz, Sebastian (Hrsg.) (2018): Fiskus Verfassung - Freiheit. Politisches Denken der offentlichen Finanzen von Hobbes bis heute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 389 -

Richard Saage Hoffmann, Thomas Soren (Hrsg.) (2018): Fichtes Geschlossener Handelsstaat. Beitrage zur ErschlieJung eines Anti-Klassikers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 393


Eva Marlene Hausteiner Bluhm, Katharina, und Mihai Varga (Hrsg.) (2019): New Conservatives in Russia and East Central Europe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tobias Schottdorf Hardt, Michael, und Antonio Negri (2018): Assembly. Die neue demokratische Ordnung. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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VERGLEICH POLITISCHER SYSTEME Sven Jochem Horn, Alexander (2019): Das politische System Danemarks. Politik, Wirtschafl und Wohlfahrtsstaat in vergleichender Perspektive. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 405 Steven Schaller Hein, Michael, Felix Petersen, und Silvia von Steinsdorff (Hrsg.) (2018): Die Grenzen der Verfassung. Sonderband 9 der Zeitschr$ für Politik . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 409

POLITISCHES SYSTEM DEUTSCHLAND Sandra Seubert Kleger, Heinz (2018): Demokratisches Regieren. Bürgersouveranitat, Reprasentation und Legitimation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413 Markus Klein Dürr, Michael(2018): Die Grünen alsführende Regierungspartei. Eine empirische Parteieliten- und Parteimitgliederstudie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 417

POLITIKFELDANALYSE Sebastian Wolf Stark, Carsten (2018): Organizational lntegrity. individual Misconduct and the Legal Structure of Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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EUROPAISCHE INTEGRATION Maximilian Pichl Schmidt, Susanne K. (2018): The European Court of Justice and the Policy Process. The Shadow ofCase Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 429

EINFUHRUNGEN UND LEHRBUCHER Klaus Schlichte Krell, Gert, und Peter Schlotter (2018): Weltbilder und Weltordnung. Einführung in die Theorien der Internationalen Beziehungen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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POLITISCHE BILDUNG Tim Engartner Hedtke, Reinhold (20 18): Das Soziookonomische Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Collaborating across Borders: Challenges and Choices in Joint Survey Research between Local and Foreign Scholars Tolga Sinmazdemir

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Considering Contingency: A Cal1 to Action Susan Orr and Veronica M. Czastkiewicz

Solidarity Should Not Be Contingent: We are Living in Precarious Times Susan Orr

Comparing Contingent Faculty Pay and Working Conditions: The City University of New York and the California State University Luke Elliott-Negri

Scraping by at CUNY: The Fruits of Disinvestment Andy Battle

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Report on the Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor (COCAL) XIII Conference Julia M. Lau

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Canary in the Coa1 Mine: Contingent Faculty in the Pro-Diversity Era Catherine Guisan

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July 2019 Comment Analysis Articles The Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Nigeria Muyiwa Adigun Compounding Vulnerability and Concealing Unfairness: Decision-making Processes in the UK's Anti-trafficking Framework Samantha Currie Building on the Past, Understanding the Devolution Process: A Housing Case Study Steffan Evans A Different Tale of Judicial Power: Administrative Review as a Problematic Response to the Judicialisation of Tribunals Roberl Thomas and Joe Tomlinson Privacy at the Intersection of Public Paw and Private Law Jelena Gligorijevii Current Survey Government and Politics Journals Book Reviews

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Public Law Issue 3 July 2019 Table of Contents Analysis The Prince of Wales at 70 and the survival of the monarchy Robert Blackburn QC The Venice Commission and the rule of law crisis Richard Clqton QC From early resolution to conceptual confusion: R. (on the application of Gallaher Group Ltd) v Competition and Markets Authority Hayley J. Hooper Proceedings in Parliament Graeme Watt

Articles The Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Nigeria Muyiwa Adigun Compounding Vulnerability and Concealing Unfairness: Decision-making Processes in the UK's Anti-traffĂ­cking Framework Samantha Currie Building on the Past, Understanding the Devolution Process: A Housing Case Study Steffan Evans

A Different Tale of Judicial Power: Administrative Review as a Problematic Response to the Judicialisation of Tribunals Robert Thomas and Joe Tomlinson Privacy at the Intersection of Public Law and Private Law Jelena Gligorijevik

Current Survey Government and Politics Journals Book Reviews


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STUDI E RICERCHE Andrea Morrone, Supi~einatislizogiudiziario. Su scoizfinaineizti e legitti~~zrrziolzepolitica delb Corte costit~~zioiza~e Tornrnaso F. Giupponi, Fuizzioileparlai7zentare e coizjlitto di attribz~zioni:

quale spazio pei i ricorsi ((intra-potereÂťdopo l'o~diiza~zza iz. 17de12019? Michela Manetti, Ifondanleizti costituzio~zalidella coizcorrenzn Giacon~oDi Federico, Il 1.1~010dell'a1.t.

4, par: 2, TUE izella soluzioi~edei conjlitti iiltei,-ordinnnzerztali

ORIZZONTI DI GIUSTIZIA COSTITUZIONALE Andrea Pugiotto, Per i~iz'auteniicndi~fetticfl n Corte. Note a nzargiize del seiniizariopronzosso n P n l w della Consulta Tania Groppi, lleiso trn i~ldiWocostituzionnle ((apertou?Rijletteizdo su interventi di terzi e amici curiae tfijfontt ~Iit~fldeperla giustizia costitz/zionale ndXYlsecolo Valeria Marcenb, La solitudine delh Corte costitz~ziolzalediizatzzi alle questioni teciziche

NOTE E COMMENTI LETTURE E RILETTURE Francesco Vigano, La tutela dei diritti fondainei~tali

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RASSEGNE E CRONACHE


Quaderni costituzionali R I V I S T A I T A L I A N AD I D I R I T T O C O S T I T U Z I O N A L E Anno XXXIX, numero 2, giugno 20 19

studi e ricerche Andreu Morrone

Suprematismo giudiziario. Su sconfinamenti e legittimazione politica della Corte costituzionale

Tommaso E Giupponi

Funzione parlamentare e conflitto di attribuzioni: quale spazio per i ricorsi ÂŤintra-potere* dopo l'ordinanza n. 17 del 2019?

Michelu Munetti

1 fondamenti costituzionali della concorrenza

Giucomo Di Federico

II ruolo dell'art. 4, par. 2,TUE nella soluzione dei conflitti interordinamentali

orizzonti di giustizia costituzionale Andrea Pugiotto

Per un'autentica dialettica a Corte. Note a margine del seminario promosso a Palazzo della Consulta

Tania Groppi

Verso un giudizio costituzionale ÂŤapertoÂť? Riflettendo su interventi di terzi e umici curiue di fronte alle sfide per la giustizia costituzionale nel XXI secolo

Vuleria Murceno

La solitudine della Corte costituzionale dinanzi alle questioni tecniche

note e commenti 1ricorsi regionali contro il decreto sicurezza: la ridondanza dalla difesa delle competenze allo scontro sui diritti


Francesca Raimondo

11privilegio della cittadinanza: la revoca come strumento di contrasto al terrorismo. La riforma italiana nel contesto europeo

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Paolo Zicchittu

Reati ministeriali, atto politico e tutela dei diritti fondamentali alla prova del caso Diciotti

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Emanuele Rossi

La riduzione del numero dei parlamentari

Massimiliano Malvicini Iniziativa legislativa popolare «rafforzata» e rinvio presidenziale: quale rapporto? Enzo Cheli

L'ordinanza della Corte costituzionale n. 17 del 2019: molte novith ed un dubbio

Lorenzo Casini

Un argine contro l'«esondazione» legislativa del Governo? La Corte costituzionale e la legge di bilancio

Oreste Pollicino Giorgio Repetto

La sentenza della Corte costituzionale n. 20 del 2019. A ciascuno il suo: ancora sui rapporti tra Carte e tra Corti

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Maria Esmeralda Bucalo La sentenza della Corte costituzionale n. 20 del 2019. Autorith indipendenti, soft law e giudizio di costituzionalitii

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Francesca Biondi

11 regionalismo differenziato: l'ineludibile ruolo del Parlamento

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Enzo Balboni

L'attuazione del regionalismo differenziato: la differenziazione non implica di per sé diseguaglianza

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Barbara Guastaferro

11Regolamento per la consultazione delle autonomie territorial¡ della Commissione parlamentare per le questioni regionali

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Francesco Medico

Verso una maggiore protezione costituzionale dei gig workers? 1 riders di Foodora e la loro prima vittoria giudiziale

450

11 muro di Trump tra emergency powers e separazione dei poteri

453

Luca Pietro Vanoni

Dall'Unione europea Maria Elena Gennusa Elena Pauri

Luisa Marin Laura Cappuccio

Un nuovo pezzo del puzzle: l'effetto diretto della Carta alla prova del caso Cresco

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í a Corte di giustiziaannuiia per la prima volta un atto di uno Stato

mcmbro: una prclccdura siri generis a tutela dell'indipendenza del Sisleniit europeo di bnnchc centrali

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La perdita della cittadinanza europea ai tempi di Brexit: la sentenza Tjebbes

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Stato diritto e difesa dell'indipendenza della magistratura in una recente pronuncia della Corte di giustizia

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Da1 Consiglio d'Europa Tatiana Guarnier

Ancora dissonanze fra Corte costituzionalee Corte di Strasburgo: astrattezza vs. concretezza nel sindacato sulle politiche pubbliche nel caso ILVA

Giuditta Matucci

11caso Dupin all'esame della Corte Edu: un passo indietro per il diritto all'istruzione inclusiva?

letture e riletture Francesco Vigano

La tutela dei diritti fondamentali della persona tra corti europee e giudici nazionali

rassegne e cronache CRONACHE COSTlTUZlONALl lTALlANE (13 gennaio - 7 aprile 2019) CRONACHE COSTITUZIONALI DALL'ESTERO (gennaio - marzo 2019)


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OSSERVATORIO PARLAMENTARE COMPARATO a cura di TOMMASO EDOARDO FROSINI FEDERICO NANIA,Rule of law e Parliamenta y sovereignty: a margine della decisione della UK Supreme Court su1 UK Withdrawal from the European Union (Legal Continuity) (Scotland) Bill ..................................................... » 183 GABRIELE PEPE,L'inchiesta pubblica quale modulo partecipativo: pro&' di diritto comparato .................................. . , . , » 197


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ISLE- SCUOLADI SCIENZA E TECNICA DELLA LEGISLAZIONE «MAMOD'ANTONIO», Esercitazione degli allievi del XXXI Corso della Scuola di scienza e tecnica della legislazione ...................................................................... » 289 Progetto di legge recante c<Disposizioniin materia di assistenza sanitaria nella fase finale della vitu>>.................... » 291 Elenco collaboratori .................................................................. . , » 333

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Zeitschrift für deutsche und europaische Rechtspolitik

Das aktuelle Thema: Stefan Brink / Isabel Jana GroB: Die DS-GVO wirkt! ... und muss verbessert werden 70 Jahre Grundgesetz: Oliver Lepsius: Dynamik, Legitimitat, Differenz, Interpretation: Das Grundgesetz wird 70 - Günter Krings: 70 Jahre G G - weiterhin in guter Verfassung - Johannes Fechner: 70 Jahre G G - Vom Provisorium zur Grundlage unseres Zusammenlebens - Roman Reusch: 70 Jahre GG - Gedanken zu unserer Verfassung - Jürgen Martens: 70 Jahre G G - Friedrich Straetmann: Das GG als Verpflichtung zum demokratischen Streit begreifen - Katja Keul: 70 Jahre: Der Kampf um das G G hat zu unserem Glück kein Ende Aufsatze: Susanne Engelsing: Es lebe der postmortale Entschadigungsanspruch als PraventionsmaBnahme - wenigstens in Ausnahmefallen - Patrick Breyer: Kfi-Massenscanning - Claudio Franzius: Demokratie, aber wo? Jurist im Portrat: Reinhard Hillebrand: Dr. Siegfried Weinberg Standpunkt: Elisabeth lyinkelmeier-Becker: Unrecht von Datendiebstahlen angemessen erfassen Rechtspolitisches aus den USA: Manfred H. Wiegandt: AuBer Spesen nichts gewesen? Blog des Quartals / Aus dem JuWissBlog: Sarah Katharina Stein: Deutsche AutofahrerInnen-first oder diskriminierungsfreies Europarecht? Gender und Rechtspolitik: Lucy Chebout / 'Iheresa Richarz: Abstammungsrecht für alle Berichte und Informationen: Peter Schwarzburg: Rechtspolitisches aus Europa - Christian Busse: Rechtspolitische Zeitschriftenumschau Besprechungsaufsatz: Robert Chr. van Ooyen: Das ,,DeutscheCin der deutschen Staats(rechts)lehre

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DAS AKTUELLE THEMA Die DS-GVO wirkt! ... und muss verbessert werden Stefan Brink und Isabel Jana Groji'

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70 JAHRE GRUNDGESETZ Dynamik, Legitimitat, Differenz, Interpretation: Das Grundgesetz wird 70 Oliver Lepsiw

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70 Jahre Grundgesetz - weiterhin in guter Verfassung 70 Jahre Grundgesetz - Vom Provisorium zur Grundlage unseres Zusammenlebens Johannes Fechner 70 Jahre Grundgesetz - Gedanken zu unserer Verfassung Rornan Rewch 70 Jahre Grundgesetz JĂźrgen Martens Das Grundgesetz ais Verpflichtung zum demokratischen Streit begreifen Friedrich Straetmannr 70 Jahre: Der Kampf um das Grundgesetz hat zu unserem GlĂźck kein Ende Xlztja Keul

Es lebe der postmortale Entschadigung~ans~ruch als PraventionsmaXnahmewenigstens in AusnahmeMlen Swanne Engehing

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Kfz-Massenscanning Patrick Brqer Demokratie, aber wo? ober die S~hwieri~keiten europaischer Demokratie Ckzudio Franziw JURIST IM PORTRAT Dr. Siegfried Weinberg (1880- 1932) - Anwalt und Sozialdemokrat zwischen ~ e f o r mund Revolution Reinhard Hillebrand

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STANDPUNKT Unrecht von Datendiebstahlen angemessen erfassen Elisabeth IiTnkelmeier-Becker

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RECHTSPOLITISCHES AUS DEN USA AuBer Spesen nichts gewesen? Manfed H. Wiegandt BLOG DES QUARTALS 1 AUS DEM JUWISSBLOG Deutsche AutofahrerInnen-first oder diskriminierungsfreies Europarecht? Sarah Kdtharina Stein

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GENDER U N D RECHTSPOLITIK Abstammungsrecht f端r alle Lucy Chebout und Theresa Richan

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BERICHTE U N D INFORMATIONEN Re~hts~olitisches aus Europa Peter Schwanburg Rechtspolitische Zeitschriftenumschau 212019 Christian Bwse

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Das ,,Deutschel' in der deutschen Staats(rechts)lehre Robert Chr. van Ooyen BUCHBESPRECHUNGEN ,,Lex MaaGen" zur AuBerungsbefugnis politischer Amtstriger widerlegt Martin H. W Mollers

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NAMEN U N D NACHRICHTEN Bayern: Kopftuchverbot f端r Rchterinnen und Staatsanwaltinnen bestatigt Hans-Christian Helbig ist neuer Prkident des Sozialgerichts Berlin Berliner Rchterin Ulrike Picker nun am BGH EU-Agentur fiir Grundrechte fordert intensivienen Schun der Opfer von Gewaltdelikten Die Diaten der Bundestagsabgeordneten steigen im Juli 2019 voraussichtlich erstmals uber die Marke von 10.000 EuroIMonat Friederike Neike neue Vize-Prkidentin am GJPA Bundesregierung legt Fachkrafteeinwanderungsgesetzvor Autoren dieses Heftes

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La iniciativa legislativa indirecta del Parlamento Europeo: j u n cambio en el método comunitario de toma de decisiones?............,..........

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La transferencia internacional de datos con terceros Estados en el nuevo Reglamento europeo: Especial referencia al caso estadounidense y la Cloud Act ................................................................................................... 49 Clara Isabel Cordero Álvarez

COMENTARIOS DE JURISPRUDENCIA Servicios de interés económico general y ayudas de Estado: el caso de las ayudas a la TDT................................................................................................11 1 MOAstridMuñoz Guijosa

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Enrique Garcia Viñuela Reformas de la financiación política para preservar los ingresos de los partidos: evidencia de tres reformas espatiolas Lala Muradova y Alberto López Ortega Actitudes públicas sobre la (in)seguridadenergética: evidencia de España Sergio Pérez Castaños y Jonatan Garcia Rabadán La cultura política federal en España. Cambios y consecuencias ante el reto catalán

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Alberto Javier Ribes Teoría de la violencia exterminista. Sobre la centralidad de la violencia física legitimada Beltrán Roca e Iban Diaz Parra Un pie en la calle y otro en la institución. Análisis socioespacial de una iniciativa rnunicipalista Mana Rodó de Zárate, Jordi Estivill i Castany y Nerea Eizagirre La configuración y las consecuencias del miedo en el espacio publico desde la perspectiva de genero

Jose Luis Sánchez Hernández y Lourdes Moro Gutiérrez Los órdenes de justificación como marco analítico para el estudio de las prácticas económicas alternativas Daniel Sorando y Jesús Leal Distantes y desiguales: el declive de la mezcla social en Barcelona y Madrid


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Reformas de la financiación política para preservar los ingresos de los partidos: evidencia de tres reformas españolas Income-Preserving Political Finance Reforms: Evidence from Three Spanish Reforms Enrique García-Viñuela

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Actitudes públicas sobre la (in)seguridad energética: evidencia de España Public Attitudes on Energy (1n)Security: Evidence from Spain Lala Muradova y Alberto López Ortega .......................

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La cultura política federal en España. Cambios y consecuencias ante el reto catalán Federal Political Culture in Spain. Changes in Response to the Catalonian Challenge Sergio Pérez Castaños y Jonatan García Rabadán ........................

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Teoría de la violencia exterminista. Sobre la centralidad de la violencia física legitimada Theory of Exterminist Violence. On the Centrality of Legitimated Physical Violence Alberto Javier Ribes

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Un pie en la calle y otro en la institución. Análisis socioespacial de una iniciativa municipalista One Foot on the Street and the Other in the Institution. Socio-spatial Analysis of a Municipalist lnitiative Beltrán Roca e Iban Díaz-Parra ................... ,..................................

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La configuración y las consecuencias del miedo en el espacio público desde la perspectiva de género Configuration and Consequences of Fear in Public Space from a Gender Perspective María Rodó-de-Zárate, Jordi Estivill i Castany y Nerea Eizagirre ... 89-1 06 Los órdenes de justificación como marco analítico para el estudio de las prácticas económicas alternativas Orders of Worth as an Analytical Framework for Understanding Alternative Economic Practices José Luis Sánchez-Hernández y Lourdes Moro-Gutiérrez ............. 107-124


Distantes y desiguales: el declive de la mezcla social en Barcelona y Madrid Distant and Unequal: The Decline of Social Mixing in Barcelona and Madrid Daniel Sorando y Jesús Leal ............................................................ 125-148

Crítica d e libros Book reviews

The lnner Level: How More Equal Societies Reduce Stress, Restore Sanity and lmprove Everyone S Well-being Richard Wilkinson y Kate Pickett (London, Allen Lane of Penguin/Random House, 2018) por Jesús M. De Miguel........................... ........................................

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Mujeres en la ciencia contemporánea. La aguja y el camello Ana M. González Ramos (dir.) (Barcelona, Icaria, 2018) por M. Aránzazu Robles Santana ....................

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La interacción social. Escritos en homenaje a José Ramón Torregrosa José Luis Álvaro Estramiana (coord.) (Madrid, Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 2018) por Bernabé Sarabia ..........................................

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Estrategias de investigación en las Ciencias Sociales. Fundamentos para la elaboración de un Trabajo de Fin de Grado o un Trabajo de Fin de Máster Felix Requena Santos y Luis Ayuso Sánchez (eds.) (Valencia, Tirant lo Blanch, 2018) por Vidal Díaz de Rada .................... 162-165


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DIECO V A L A DRIOS. ~ S La coiistitucióii espuñoln y el iiiievo coiistit~icioiinlisriioeiii.ooi~iei~icriiio FRANCISCO JAVIER G A R C ROCA. ~ A LOSriesgos de riiici b~ieiirrCotistir~rcióiiviejo: tieiiipos de reforiircis y rlernocrcicifl (le coiiseiiso ÓSCAR IGNACIO MATEOS Y DE CABO. LO i.eforiirci e11/a ~oiistititcióiide 1978: prop~iestrrsy vri~orricióii SERGIO ALONSO DE LEON. C r ó i i i c ~cle In refo~~i~iri electornl europeo IGNACIO CARRASCO Lópa. Lns coniplej(rs relncioi~eseiitre el proceso peiiril y el ejercicio de l a s j ~ i l c i o i ~ eprrrloitierztarias s 111. RECENSIONES Ur(1(íiioz, J. y Del Olr,io, E. (2019). Reforiiinr el sisteilia electoral. Barcelorici: Gedisn CARLOS FERNANDEZ ESQUER. MIGUEL REVENGA S Á N C HMiraiido ~. López, LM. (2018). Pnrloi~ieiiloy Conti.01 Judicial. Vnlericin: Tirriiit lo Blriiich CARLOS CLEI~IENTSON. C~ieiicnToribio, J. M . (2017). Hisloria de lo Dei.eclio eii Espatio. Córrloba: Alitiuzorn IV. INFORMES Y JURISPRUDENCIA PARLAMENTARIA COMENTADA PALOMA MART~NEZ SANTAM A R ~ Fac~rltrtdes A. de la Mesfr respecto de lo crrlificacióri de los escritos rle discoiforiiiirlod del Gobierrio o lo trcri~iitación(le Proposicioiles de Ley. -No/(/ iiiti~orl~ictoi~ia

SECRETAR~A GENERAL DEL CONGRESO DE LOS DIPUTADOS. -1ifor11ie de la Seci.etcrrícr Genernl sobia focultarles de la Mesa respecto de la ccrlificación de los escritos de discoiforiiiiclid del Gobierno ri In ti.oinitacióii de Proposiciories de Ley. -Alegacioiies al coilflicio entia órgorios coiistit~icionalesn~íiii.355-2017. -Alegnciories al corflicto e11ti.e órgaiios constitucioiiulcs rt~íiii. 356-201 7. -Seiitericia 3412018, de 12 (le abi.il (le 2018. Conflicto entiz! órgaiios co~utit~icioiiules 355-2017. Prortiovirlo por el Gobieriio (le la Nncióii fiaiite rr los nc~ierdosde lo Mescr riel Corzgreso rle los Dipritcidos relativos ri la suspensidri del caleii(1ario de iinplaritrrcióii (le lo Ley Orgáiiica 812013, de 9 de dicieiiibm, para In iirejorrr de la crrliclnd e(1~rclcntivn.-Senteiicia 4412018, , 26 dc il de 2018. Coilflicto eiitre óigarios coristit~rcionnles356-2017. Pmiiiovi~lopor el Go6iei.110de la Nacióiifrerite a .-. a c ~ i t..-" . rle la Mesn del Corigreso (le los Diputados respecto (le iiiia pi.oposicióii cle ley preseiitada por el Gi.ripo Porln~iieiitorioSocialista sobia riiodificncióii del artículo 42.1 del Estrituto (le los Trcrbajric1oi.e~ paro garaiitizai. la ig~icrldrirlen las coiidicioiies lobor~rilesde los ti~obajarloi~es ~~ibco~itratados. -1iforiiie (le la Secretorici Geriei.rtl sobre el ejercicio de Iri facultod del Gobiei.nopi.evista e17 los artíc~ilos134.6 de Ir1 Coiistit~icióiiy 126 del Reglnriieiito del Coiigi,eso de los Dipiitrrdos desp~iés de ln reciente jui~ispr~idericio constitucioii Fabio Antonio Pascua Mateo. Uii iiuevo ~ ~ i ~ en r ila~ tutela i l ~ del dei.eclio (1 l a proteccióri de dntos persoiinles: los dalos cle de 29 rle riiayo, en el reciirso de iiicoiiscoritenido político. Coiiieiztui~ioa la Seiiteizcin del Tribunal Coi~stir~icioiial7612019, tit~rcionalidodri~íiii.1405-2019 (B.O.E. ii~íin151, 25 de j ~ i i i i ode 2019) SYLVIA MART~ SÁNCHEZ. Sobre la coiiipleja nplicncióii pi.áctica del oi.tíc~ilo134.6de In Constit~icióri.Coiiieritririo n las Seritencios del Trib~irinlCotistituciotial 13912018, de 17 cle rlicieiiibre y 1712019, (le 11 defebrero, e11 los recursos de aiiiparo iiúiir. 729-2018 y 1104-2018 (B.O.E. iilífn. 22,25 de eriero de 2019 y 67, de 19 (le niorzo de 2019) PIEDAD GARC~A-ESCUDERO MÁRQUEZ. Ln iinpi.ecisiói~en las leyes, vuliierndora de la seguricind jiirídica. El Tiibuiial Coiistitucional no puede asuriiir la fur~cióiide legislridor positivo. Coiiietitario n la Seriteiicirr 13512018, de 13 (le dicienlbre, en lrr c~iestióiide iriconstit~icionnlirladii~íiii.3377-2018,plaiiteorlnpor la Seccióri Sextcr de la Snla de lo Coiztei~cioso-Adniinistrativo (le1 ii-ib~iiiulSuprenio respecto al ai.tíci~lo367.1 de la Ley Oi.g6izico 611985, de 1 cle julio del Poder Jrrdicinl (B.O.E. il~íiii13, de 15 de enero de 2019) PEDRO JOSÉPENAJIMENEZ. Uiin ii~ievaetapri para los Coiiiisiones Parla~iientariusde Iilvestigacióii: los líniites que iniporiei~ri su actividud la di~iieiisióiiextra procesnl de Irr pi.es~iiicióri(le inocencia y el derecho (11bono>: Coiiientario n lri Sentencin del - - de dicieilibre, eir el i.ec~irsode nniparo ri~íiii.4877-2017 (B.O.E. ir~íiii.13, rle 15 (le Trib~inrrlCoiistituciorial 133120.enei.0 de 2019) S. UII Gobieriio eiifiiticioi~es:SU responsabilirl~~d. Comentario (1 la Seiitericin del Trib~iiial MANUEL FERNANDEZ-FONTECHA 7 wiembre, eii el corflicto enti.e órgaiios coiistitucioriales 3102-2016 (B.O.E. i~rírii.301, de Co~istitircional12412018, de 14 14 de dicieinbre (le 2018) ccioiies B In odiiiisióri n tráiitite [le los recursos (le aiiiparo parlrnieittrii~ios.Coiiieiitorio Luis MANUEL MIRANDA LÓPEZ.h 4713018, de 25 de ribril, eii el recurso de rrr>lnriiu)ri~íin7098-2017 (B.O.E. i i ~ í i n 130, . de al Auto del ii-ib~innlConstitucic 29 de rnnyo de 2018) ron Mridi.lc1: el rlebei de rtiotivaciór~de ?/ Coiisejo de Adiiiiriisti.ocióii (le Rridio-Telei SARASIEIRA MUCIENTES. Ei 11.n col1 iticideiicia e17 derechos fui~daiiientole Co~izeiiiarioa l a Sentencia del Tribiiiial los ac~rerdosde Ir/ Mesa di u el recrirso de rrriiparo núni. 182112016 (B.O.E. iziírii. 90, de 13 de ribiil (le 2018) Coiistit~rcioiial2012018,de '

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Las Cortes, el Gobiernoy el Brexit: Elpapel de las Cortes Generales ante la salida del Reino Unido de la Unión Europea (2015-2019) ANTONIO BARCENDÓN La constitución española y el nuevo constitucionalismo euroamericano DIEGC) VALADÉS Nos Los riesgos de una buena Constitución vieja: tiempos de reformas y democracia de consenso FRANCISCO JAVIER GARCÍA ROCA La reforma en la Constitución de 1978: propuestas y valoración ÓSCAR IGNACIO MATEOS Y DE CABO Crónica de la reforma electoral europea SERGIO ALONSO DE LEÓN Las complejas relaciones entre el proceso penal y el ejercicio de las funciones parlamentarias IGNACIO CARRASCO LÓPEZ


111. RECENSIONES Urdánoz,. I y Del Olmo,E. (2019).Reformar el sistema electoral. Barcelona: Gedisa CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ ESQUER Miranda López, L.M. (2018).Parlamentoy ControlJudicial. Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch MIGUEL REVENGA SÁNCHEZ Cuenca Toribio, J M. (201 7). Historia de la Derecha en España. Córdoba: Almuzara CARLOS CLEMENTSON IV. INFORMES Y JURISPRUDENCIA PARLAMENTARIA COMENTADA Facultades de la Mesa respecto de la calijicación de los escritos de disconformidad del Gobierno a la tramitación de Proposiciones de Ley. - Nota introductoria PALOMA MART~NEZ SANTA MAR~A -

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de la Mesa del Congreso de los Diputados respecto de una proposición de ley presentada por el Grupo Parlamentario Socialista sobre modzjicación del artículo 42.1 del Estatuto de los Trabajadores para garantizar la igualdad en las condiciones laborales de los trabajadores subcontratados - Informe de la Secretaria General sobre el ejercicio de lafacultad del Gobiernoprevista en los articulas 134.6 de la Constitución y 126 del Reglamento del Congreso de los Diputados después de la reciente jurisprudencia constitucional SECRETARIA GENERAL DEL CONGRESO DE LOS DIPUTADOS Un nuevo capitulo en la tutela del derecho a la protección de datos personales: los datos de contenido político. Comentario a la Sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional 76/2019, de 29 de mayo, en el recurso de inconstitucionalidad núm. 1405-2019 (B.O.E. núm. 151, 25 de junio de 2019) FABIO ANTONIO PASCUA MATEO Sobre la compleja aplicación práctica del articulo 134.6 de la Constitución. Comentario a las Sentencias del Tribunal Constitucional 139/2018, de 1 7 de diciembre y 17/2019, de 11 defebrero, en los recursos de amparo núm. 729-2018 y 1104-2018 (B.O.E. núm. 22, 25 de enero de 2019 y 67, de 19 de marzo de 2019) SYLVIA MARTISÁNCHEZ La imprecisión en las leyes, vulneradora de la seguridad jun'dica. El Tribunal Constitucional no puede asumir la función de legisladorpositivo. Comentarioa la Sentencia 135/2018, de 13 de diciembre, en la cuestión de inconstitucionalidad núm. 33 77-2018, planteada por la Sección Sexta de la Sala de lo Contencioso-Administrativo del Tribunal Supremo respecto al articulo 367.1 de la Ley Orgánica 6/1985, de 1 dejulio del Poder Judicial (B.O.E. núm 13, de 15 de enero de 2019) PIEDAD GARCÍA-ESCUDERO MÁRQUEZ


Una nueva etapa para las Comisiones Parlamentarias de Investigación: los limites que imponen a su actividad la dimensión extra procesal de la presunción de inocencia y el derecho al honor Comentario a la Sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional 133/2018, de 13 de diciembre, en el recurso de amparo núm. 4877-201 7 (B.O.E. núm. 13, de 15 de enero de 2019) PEDRO JOSÉPEÑAJIMENEZ Un Gobierno en funciones: su responsabilidad. Comentario a la Sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional 124/2018, de 14 de noviembre, en el conjicto entre órganos constitucionales 3102-2016 (B.O.E. núm. 301, de 14 de diciembre de 2018) MANUEL FERNÁNDEZ-FONTECHA TORRES Restricciones a la admisión a trámite de los recursos de amparo parlamentarios. Comentario al Auto del Tribunal Constitucional 47/20]8, de 25 de abril, en el recurso de amparo núm. 2098-201 7 (B.O.E. núm. 130, de 29 de mayo de 2018) LUISMANUEL MIRANDA LÓPEZ Elección del Consejo de Administración de Radio-Televisión Madrid: el deber de motivación de los acuerdos de la Mesa de la Cámara con incidencia en derechos fundamentales. Comentario a la Sentencia del Tribunal Constitucional 20/2018, de 5 de marzo, en el recurso de amparo núm. 1821/2016 (B.O.E. núm. 90, de 13 de abril de 2018) SARASIEIRA MUCIENTES Instrucciones para los autores (español) Instrucciones para los autores (inglés) Listado de colaboradores


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JONATHAN L. BLACK-BRANCH Religious Freedom and Human Rights in Kazakhstan

ROMAN PODOPRIGORA,NURLAN APAKHAYEV,AIZHAN ZHATKANBAYEVA,DINABAIMAKHANOVA,ELINA P. KIM AND KALIYA R. SARTAYEVA The Constitutional Spirit of Word 'Union' and the Colonial Hangover of the Word 'Central' in the Federal Structure of India

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CONTENTS Volume 42 Number 7 2019 Articles 617 Leaderless Resistance and the Truly Leaderless: A Case Study Test of the Literature-Based Findings Matthew M. Sweeney 636

Waves of the Black Banner: An Exploratory Study on the Dutch Jihadist Foreign Fighter Contingent in Syria and lraq Reinier Bergema and Marion van San

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Transitional Journeys lnto and Out of Extremism. A Biographical Approach Stijn Sieckelinck, Elga Sikkens, Marion van San, Sita Kotnis, and Micha De Winter

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Hamas as a Wasati (Literally: Centrist) Movement: Pragmatism within the Boundaries of the Sharia Sagi Polka

Volume 42 Number 8 2019 Articles 715 When and How Do Militias Disband?Global Patterns of Pro-Government Militia Demobilization in Civil Wars Huseyn Aliyev 735

Barking Mosque and Quintessential Insight: Overcoming the Problematic Government/Community Counterterrorism Partnership in the UK Douglas Weeks

Research Notes 755

Pakistan's Approach to Countering Violent Extremism (CVE): Reframing the Policy Framework for Peacebuilding and Development Strategies Saira Bano Orakzai

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End of the Lone Wolf: The Typology that Should Not Have Been Bart Schuurman, Lasse Lindekilde, Stefan Malthaner, Francis O'Connor, Paul Gill, and NoĂŠmie Bouhana

Volume 42 Number 9 2019 Articles 779 Understanding the Idea: Dynamic Equivalence and the Accurate Translation of Jihadist Concepts Brandon Colas 798

Driving Factors behind Foreign Fighters in Syria and lraq Elena Pokalova

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Archetypal Terrorist Events in the United States Russell Lundberg

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Engaging Insurgency: The lmpact of the 2016 Colombian Peace Agreement on FARC's Political Participation Alexandra Phelan


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Number 1 January-February 2019

Special Issue: Russia, the new world, and the new world order 1

SPECIAL ISSUE INTRODUCTION lntroduction Jeffrey Kaplan

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ARTICLES The Wests: Decline Management and Geopolitics David B. Kanin

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More East than West: The World Council of Churches at the Dawn of the Cold War Jeffrey Kaplan

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Useful ldiots or Fellow Travelers? The Relationship between the American Far Right and Russia George Michael

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Russian Foreign Policy Management and Manipulation with the Soviet Successor States Carol K. G. Lutz, Brenda J. Lutz, and James M. Lutz

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Hybrid Warfare and the Legal Domain Andres B. Munoz Mosquera, Sascha Dov Bachmann, and J. Abraham Munoz Bravo

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Irregular Militias and Radical Nationalism in Post-Euromaydan Ukraine: The Prehistory and Emergence of the "Azov" Battalion in 2014 Andreas Umland

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The Africa Policy of Russia Jรกnos Besenyo

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The Asymmetric Approach in Russian Security Strategy: lmplications for the Nordic Countries Katri Pynnoniemi

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ARTICLES Why terrorists target children: Outbidding, desperation, and extremism in the Peshawar and Beslan school massacres Yelena Biberman and Farhan Zahid

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The PKK and its evolution in Britain (1984-present) Mehmet Alper Sozer and Kamil Yilmaz

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Religion, state, and terrorism: A global analysis Nilay Saiya

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The medium is terrorism: Transformation of the about to die trope in Dabiq Carol K. Winkler, Kareem El Damanhoury, Aaron Dicker, and Anthony F. Lemieux (Continues on next page)


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Non-normative political extremism: Reclaiming a concept's analytical utility Sam Jackson

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Ethics and entrapment: Understanding counterterrorism stings Antony Field

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An analysis of spatial correlates of terrorism using risk terrain modeling lsmail Onat

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Universal soldiers or parochial actors: Understanding jihadists as products of their environments Stephen Tankel

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Measuring terrorism Joseph K. Young

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To die or to kill? An analysis of suicide attack lethality Joseph Mroszczyk

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Broader, vaguer, weaker: The evolving ideology of the Caucasus Emirate leadership Mark Youngman

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Caribbean Taliban: Cuban American Terrorism in the 1970s Alan McPherson

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REVlEW ARTICLE Women in Modern Terrorism: From Liberation to Global Jihad in the lslamic State Erika Lorenzana Del Villar

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REVlEW ESSAY Terror by Any Other Name Reviewed by Danielle Gilbert

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BOOK REVIEWS Holy Legionary Youth: Fascist Activism in lnterwar Romania, by Roland Clark Reviewed by Ryan Shaffer

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From Environmental Action to Ecoterrorism? Towards a Process Theory of Environmental and Animal Rights Oriented Political Violence, by Gerry Nagtzaam, Cheltenham Reviewed by Michael Freeman

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Al-Qaeda's Revenge: The 2004 Madrid Train Bombings, by Fernando Reinares Reviewed by Manuel R. Torres-Soriano

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Jihad: A History in Documents, by Rudolph Peters Reviewed by John C. Zimmerman

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Boko Haram: The History of an African Jihadist Movement, by Alexander Thurston Reviewed by Jaco6 Zenn (Continues on next page)


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ARTICLES Fragmentation, conflict, and competition: lslamist anti-civilian violence in subSaharan Africa Caitriona Dowd

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lnterpreting text and image relations in violent extremist discourse: A mixed methods approach for big data analytics Kay L. OfHalloran, Sabine Tan, Peter Wignell, John A. Bateman, Duc-Son Pham, Michele Grossman, and Andrew Vande Moere

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Ethnic exclusion and civil resistance campaigns: Opting for nonviolent or violent tactics? Lasse Lykke Rarbzk

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"They will rot the society, rot the party, and rot the army"": Toxification as an ideology and motivation for perpetrating violence in the Khmer Rouge genocide? Timothy Williams and Rhiannon Neilsen

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American jihadi terrorism: A comparison of homicides and unsuccessful plots Jeff Gruenewald, Brent R. Klein, Joshua D. Freilich, and Steven Chermak

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Determinants of domestic terrorism: An examination of ethnic polarization and economic development Orlandrew E. Danzell, Yao-Yuan Yeh, and Melia Pfannenstiel

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Radicalisation and higher education: Students' understanding and experiences Catherine McGlynn and Shaun McDaid

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Transnational radicalization, diaspora groups, and within-group sentiment pools: Young Tamil and Somali Canadians on the LlTE and al Shabaab Sara K Thompson and Sandra M. Bucerius

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Creating the nationallborder security nexus: Counter-terrorist operations and monitoring Middle Eastern and North African visitors to the UK in the 1970s1980s Evan Smith

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Does democracy decrease fear of terrorism? Dag Arne Christensen and Jacob Aars

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REVIEW ESSAY Terrorism, Deterrence, and the Search for Security in an Era of Violent Extremism Scott Nicholas Romaniuk BOOK REVIEWS Radicalism and Music: An lntroduction to the Music Cultures of al-Qa'ida, Racist Skinheads, Christian-affiliated Radicals, and Eco-animal Rights Militants, by Jonathan Pieslak Reviewed by D. J. Mulloy

Female Combatants in Conflict and Peace, edited by Seema Shekhawat Female Soldiers in Sierra Leone, by Megan MacKenzie) Reviewed by Alisa Stack (Continues on next page)


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The Weaponizing of Biology: Bioterrorism, Biocrime and Biohacking, by Marc E. Vargo Reviewed by Donald D. Denton

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