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The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe (Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe)

by Herman Schwartz

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Published by University Of Chicago Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Constitutional & administrative law,
  • Courts & procedure,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Law,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Central Europe,
  • Eastern Europe,
  • Civil Procedure,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Post-Communism,
  • Political Science / History & Theory,
  • Constitutional courts,
  • Europe, Eastern

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9485542M
    ISBN 100226741958
    ISBN 109780226741956

    See Herman Schwartz, The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe (U. Chi. Press ); Bruce Ackerman, The Rise of World Constitutionalism, 83 Va. L. Rev. (); Mauro. Eric Stein Member of University of Michigan Law School Faculty Publications Ethnic Conflict, Constitutional Fissure, Negotiated Breakup. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University of Michigan Press, Review of The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe, by H. Schwartz. Am. J. Int'l L. 95, no. 1 (

    This timely book surveys political change in postcommunist Europe. It begins with a brief overview of the history and the communist legacy of each country, then examines the new constitutional framework, the principal political parties and their orientations, the direction and scope of economic reform, and the foreign and security policies. Damşa L. () Justice, Property and Law in Post-communist Transformations of Property. In: The Transformation of Property Regimes and Transitional Justice in Central Eastern Europe. Studies in the History of Law and Justice, vol : Liviu Damşa.

    its Problems published by Cambridge University Press. He currently is working on a book, Authoritarianism versus Democracy in Post Communist Europe, examining why constitutional democracies in Central and Eastern Europe struggle to maintain the rule of law as they face the challenges of the Euro crisis. 1. Another important element of liberal constitutionalism, separation of church and state, is formally recognized in most of CEE constitutions. However, the implementation of these constitutional principles leads to different national practices which are often in conflict with more established traditions of state and church separation in West Europe (Kuhelj, ).Cited by:


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Schwartz Jul "In the former Eastern Bloc countries, one of the most difficult and important aspects of the transition to democracy has been the establishment of constitutional justice and the rule of law." Herman Schwartz's wide-ranging book, backed with rich historical detail and a massive array of research, is the first to chronicle and analyze the rise and troubles of constitutional courts in this Cited by: ‘The revision of a doctoral dissertation accepted by the University of Washington, Professor Tamir Moustafa’s The Struggle for Constitutional Power: Law, Politics and Economic Development in Egypt is a model of outstanding scholarly research.

This book deals with an important topic, and Moustafa does it Cited by: In the former Eastern Bloc countries, one of the most difficult and important aspects of the transition to democracy has been the establishment of constitutional justice and the rule of law.

Herman Schwartz’s wide-ranging book, backed with rich historical detail and a massive array of research, is the first to chronicle and analyze the rise and troubles of constitutional courts in this. The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe was called "a superior piece of research" by Choice reviewer A.

Brunello. Schwartz provides an accounting of the role of the constitutional courts in reforming the political structures of such countries as Russia, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Slovakia.

The struggle for constitutional justice in post-communist Europe Herman Schwartz Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press xx, : Wojciech Sadurski. Schwartz is the author of Packing the Court () and The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe ().

After an informative summary of the history of America's courts from towhich demonstrates that a "powerful politically shaped and oriented judiciary is nothing new," Schwartz analyzes Reagan's judicial Cited by: 2. One measure of the progress toward democracy in post-communist regimes is the extent to which the executive and legislative branches are subject to judicial review, for the notion of the separation of powers goes to the heart of the modern mechanics of democracy.

Schwartz has authored three books: Right-Wing Justice: The Conservative Campaign to Take over the Courts (May ), The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe () and Packing the Courts: The Conservative Campaign to Rewrite the Constitution (); edited and contributed to The Rehnquist Court: Judicial Activism on the Occupation: Prof Emeritus.

The book series Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe published or distributed by the University of Chicago Press. Book Series: Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK Schwartz has authored three books: Right-Wing Justice: The Conservative Campaign to Take over the Courts (May ), The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe () and Packing the Courts: The Conservative Campaign to Rewrite the Constitution (); edited and contributed to The Rehnquist Court: Judicial Activism on the Right (), and The Burger Years.

The Politics of Constitutional Review in Germany; By highlighting this dimension of constitutional review, the book challenges the contention that high court justices are largely unconstrained actors as well as the notion that constitutional courts lack democratic legitimacy.

Schwartz, Herman. The Struggle for Constitutional Cited by: in Herman Schwartz’s The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe, which is devoted to an assessment of constitutional courts in fi ve coun- Author: Adam Czarnota.

Sadurski's book is more theoretically sophisticated than the more typical approach found, for example, in Herman Schwartz's The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe, which is devoted to an assessment of constitutional courts in five countries: Poland, Hungary, Russia, Bulgaria, and Slovakia.

Schwartz, who served as an Author: Adam Czarnota. 3 The first book in this genre to appear in English was Christine Landfried, Constitutional Review and Legislation: An International Comparison, Baden-Baden, Nomos,followed by: Herman Schwartz, The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, ; Alec Stone Sweet.

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the International. ReadingRewards: Earn 30 bonus points on a single order between Feb. ! Herman Schwartz. Books By Herman Schwartz.Valery Dmitrievich Zorkin (Russian: Вале́рий Дми́триевич Зо́рькин) is the first and the current Chairman of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.

Zorkin was born on 18 February in Konstantinovka, Oktyabrsky District in Primorsky Krai (Maritime Province). Inhe matriculated from the Law Department of the Moscow University, in which he Nationality: Russian.GIOVANNI SARTORI, COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL ENGINEERING () (applying formal modeling techniques to constitutional design); HERMAN SCHWARTZ, THE STRUGGLE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL JUSTICE IN POST-COMMUNIST EUROPE () (discussing the rise of con-stitutional courts in new Eastern European constitutions); Heinz Klug, Participating in the.