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Is Hong Kong Democratizing, Dexter S. Boniface, Ilan Alon Jul 2010

Is Hong Kong Democratizing, Dexter S. Boniface, Ilan Alon

Faculty Publications

We argue that the transition to Chinese authority has not undermined democratic governance in Hong Kong and that voice and accountability have improved since the handover. We seek to explain this surprising result and conclude with a discussion of the implications of our findings for China, Taiwan, and cross-strait relations.


Presidential Power In Historical Perspective: Reflections' On Calabresi And Yoo's The Unitary Executive, Christopher S. Yoo Jan 2010

Presidential Power In Historical Perspective: Reflections' On Calabresi And Yoo's The Unitary Executive, Christopher S. Yoo

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

On February 6 and 7, 2009, more than three dozen of the nation’s most distinguished commentators on presidential power gathered in Philadelphia to explore themes raised by a book authored by Steven Calabresi and I co-authored reviewing the history of presidential practices with respect to the unitary executive. The conference honoring our book and the special journal issue bringing together the articles presented there provide a welcome opportunity both to look backwards on the history of our project and to look forwards at the questions yet to be answered.


The European Court Of Justice And The Judicialization Of Eu Governance, Alec Stone Sweet Dec 2009

The European Court Of Justice And The Judicialization Of Eu Governance, Alec Stone Sweet

Alec Stone Sweet

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