Социальная солидарность как главный принцип постиндустриального конституционализма
Конституционализм: идеал и/или реальность: Сборник материалов дискуссии за круглым столом 4 февраля 2011 г.
М.: Институт права и публичной политики, 2012.
«Когда отсутствует воля граждан, никакие конституции не помогут». Диалог Михаила Краснова и Георгия Сатарова
Краснов М. А., Сатаров Г. А. Сравнительное конституционное обозрение. 2013. № 6. С. 33-42.
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Medushevsky A. N. Political Science. PS. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 27/PS/2015 .
Transitional constitutionalism remains the subject of intensive political controversies. On the ground of the Project realized by the Institute of Law and Public Policy (Moscow) this article presents the analysis of the basic constitutional principles (pluralism, separation of powers, federalism, independence of justice, the guarantees of political rights and freedoms) describing the changing character of their implementation in different areas of constitutional practices – legislation, constitutional justice, administrative activity and informal practices and the comparative level of constitutional deviations in each of them. The important new acquirement of this research is the concept and methodology of the constitutional monitoring and recommendations for the full-scale reforms in key areas of Russian constitutional and political settlement. The author shows that the true choice of modern society is not the dilemma - constitutionalism versus its negation but the choice between real and sham constitutionalism with a big variety of intermediate options between them. It is precisely the area, which the author defines as a transitional type of constitutionalism, the field of collision of different political stakeholders. This is an area of unstable equilibrium where the implementation of different legal strategies and technologies may produce a definitive effect.
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Козлов А. В. В кн.: Конституционно-правовые проблемы уголовного права и процесса: сборник материалов международной научной конференции. Санкт-Петербург, 30-31 октября 2009 г.. СПб.: Петрополис, 2010. С. 171-176.
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Karliuk M. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2015. No. WP BRP 53/LAW/2015.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is an emerging regional organization of economic integration in the post-Soviet space. Following the limited success of previous integration attempts, it seeks to pursue deeper integration, borrowing features from the EU. The EAEU possesses a complex system of elements of an emerging legal order, some of which have distinct similarities with the EU, but others are decisively different. This paper analyses these features in order to find whether the legal changes that accompany the creation of the new entity allow ensuring the effective functioning of the EAEU and whether the respective legal order is autonomous similar to that of the EU. The author argues that the EAEU lags behind the EU in terms of the autonomy of the legal order and in its ability to ensure the effective functioning of the organization. Supranational features are limited, while it relies predominantly on intergovernmental elements with a view to preserve the interests of all Member States.
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Голощапов А. М. Вопросы правоведения. 2012. № 2. С. 98-110.
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Миронюк М. Г., Сыроежкин К. Л. В кн.: Политические системы современных государств. Т. 2: Азия. М.: Аспект Пресс, 2012. С. 509-525.
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М.: НОРМА, 2007.
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Соболева А. К. М.: Добросвет, 2002.
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Antonov M. Law. LAW. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. WP BRP 24/LAW/2013.
This paper examines the correlation between the concepts of sovereignty, human rights, and democracy in Russian legal and political debate, analyzing this correlation in the context of Russian philosophical discourse. It argues that sovereignty is often used as a powerful argument which allows the overruling of international humanitarian standards and the formal constitutional guarantees of human rights. This conflict between sovereignty and human rights also recurs in other countries, and many legal scholars demand the revision or even abandonment of the concept of sovereignty. In Russia this conflict is aggravated by some characteristic features of the traditional mentality which frequently favors statism and collective interests over individual ones, and by the state building a “power vertical” subordinating regional and other particularistic interests to the central power. These features and policies are studied in the context of the Slavophile-Westernizer philosophical divide. This divide reveals the pros and contras put forward by the Russian supporters of the isolationist (conservative) policy throughout contemporary history, and especially in the sovereignty debates in recent years. The Russian Constitution contains many declaratory statements about human rights and democracy, but their formulations are vague and have little concrete effect in court battles where the application of international humanitarian law is counterbalanced by the concerns of the protection of sovereignty. These concerns coincide with isolationist and authoritarian policies, which led in 2006 to their amalgamation into the concept of “sovereign democracy.” This concept is considered in this paper to be a recurrence of the Russian conservative tradition. Even though the concept in its literal meaning has been abandoned by its author and supporters, most of its ideas are still on the cusp of the official political discourse which reproduces the pivotal axes of the Russian political philosophy of the 19th century.
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Щербович А. А. Политика и общество. 2011. № 1. С. 65-75.
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Семин В. Г. В кн.: Инновации на основе информационных и коммуникационных технологий. Материалы Международной научно-практической конференции (2010). М.: МИЭМ, 2010. С. 601-602.
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