The Role of trans-regional law in protecting states’ constitutional order
This book analyses different aspects of International and Comparative Law. The monograph was prepared in honour of Dietrich Rauschning, Professor Emeritus of Georg August University Göttingen and Honorary Doctor of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University.
The contributors of the book are German and Russian scientists who work and coope- rate with Professor Rauschning. The analyses carried out in this book have been structured in three complementary parts: International, European and Constitutional Law, Internation- al and Comparative Private Law, and Legal Issues of International Cooperation in Combating Crime. In the Part I (Chapters 1—9) the focus shifts to the international dimensions of public law, as well as history and theory of law. The Part II (Chapters 10—11) is focused on issues of the Private International Law and Comparative Private Law. Part III (Chapters 12—14) addresses to particular aspects of international cooperation of combating organized crime.
The book will be of interest to scientists of academic institutions, teachers and students of universities, as well as to everyone who is interested in international law and comparative legal studies.