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  1. Parliamentary Practices and the Nature of Constitutional Power: Assembling the Leviathan - ISBN 9781138672710

    Parliamentary Practices and the Nature of Constitutional Power: Assembling the Leviathan

    £75.40

    Publication date 01 January 2021
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  2. Justice on Trial: Radical Solutions for a System at Breaking Point - ISBN 9781472977885

    Justice on Trial: Radical Solutions for a System at Breaking Point

    £15.70

    Publication date 23 July 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  3. Choosing a Prime Minister: The Transfer of Power in Britain - ISBN 9780198859291

    Choosing a Prime Minister: The Transfer of Power in Britain

    £75.40

    Tackling the various ways politicians enter and exit Downing Street, Rodney Brazier gives context and analysis to this comprehensive account of what goes into becoming the leader of the United Kingdom. With historical examples and contemporary evidence, this book explains the rules which govern gaining and losing the British Prime Ministership. Learn More
    Publication date 16 July 2020
    By Oxford University Press
  4. China's Arctic Diplomacy: China and the Struggle for Power in the Polar North - ISBN 9781784538088

    China's Arctic Diplomacy: China and the Struggle for Power in the Polar North

    £66.70

    Publication date 30 January 2020
    By Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  5. MI5, the Cold War, and the Rule of Law - ISBN 9780198818625

    MI5, the Cold War, and the Rule of Law

    £75.40

    This book is a unique and innovative study of the status, powers, and activities of MI5 during the Cold War. It contends that MI5 was subject neither to effective political nor legal scrutiny, and examines the operations of the Security Service for civil liberties, and the contemporary relevance of Cold War practices. Learn More
    Publication date 19 December 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  6. The Political Foundations of Judicial Independence in Dictatorship and Democracy - ISBN 9780198845027

    The Political Foundations of Judicial Independence in Dictatorship and Democracy

    £56.55

    Why do political actors tolerate courts able to check their power? This book argues that judicial independence as electorally-induced 'insurance' is about the risks of losing power, risks that are higher in autocratic regimes. Using a mixed-methods approach, it develops a theory of both de facto and de jure independence across regime type. Learn More
    Publication date 10 October 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  7. Brexit and Financial Regulation - ISBN 9780198840794

    Brexit and Financial Regulation

    £51.85

    This book provides guidance on the complexity of Brexit as it applies to financial institutions. Through the eyes of leading lawyers it covers issues of market access, transposition of directly applicable regulation, the assumption of roles carried out by the ESA's, and the impact on cross-border contracts. Learn More
    Publication date 21 August 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  8. EU Executive Discretion and the Limits of Law - ISBN 9780198826668

    EU Executive Discretion and the Limits of Law

    £75.40

    This edited collection analyses how the law governs, and should govern, the exercise of discretion by the EU's executive powers, in light of post-2010 developments which have expanded such powers. Learn More
    Publication date 16 May 2019
    By Oxford University Press
  9. Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Issues in Expropriation - ISBN 9781138811607

    Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Issues in Expropriation

    £132.00

    Publication date 03 October 2018
    By Taylor & Francis Ltd
  10. The Principles of Constitutionalism - ISBN 9780198808145

    The Principles of Constitutionalism

    £56.55

    In this follow-up to the Constitutional State, Nick Barber sets out how the principle of societal good should shape constitutions, in particular the composition and relationships of state institutions. Coverage includes sovereignty, the separation of powers, the rule of law, subsidiarity, democracy, and civil society. Learn More
    Publication date 02 August 2018
    By Oxford University Press
  11. Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution - ISBN 9780198783749

    Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution

    £49.95

    Focusing on the protection of rights in the UK, this book establishes a framework for interactions to better protect rights, facilitate deliberation, engage citizens, and provide for checks and balances. It further evaluates how well these values are achieved in the UK constitution now, and in light of a British Bill of Rights and Brexit. Learn More
    Publication date 26 January 2017
    By Oxford University Press
  12. Separation of Powers in African Constitutionalism - ISBN 9780198759799

    Separation of Powers in African Constitutionalism

    £136.70

    The effective division of powers is critical to ensuring the promotion of good governance, democracy, and the rule of law in Africa. This book examines key issues arising during reforms of African constitutions, and focuses on the emergence of independent constitutional institutions providing checks against future abuses of powers. Learn More
    Publication date 03 March 2016
    By Oxford University Press
  13. The Gifted Generation: Growing Up When Government Was Good - ISBN 9781620400883

    The Gifted Generation: Growing Up When Government Was Good

    £18.50

    Publication date 03 December 2015
    By Bloomsbury Publishing Plc
  14. Minority Accommodation through Territorial and Non-Territorial Autonomy - ISBN 9780198746669

    Minority Accommodation through Territorial and Non-Territorial Autonomy

    £75.40

    For centuries autonomy has been a public policy tool used to provide stability and cohesion to multicultural societies. Examining case studies on non-territorial autonomy arrangements in comparison with territorial autonomy examples, this volume seeks to inform both design and decision making on managing diversity. Learn More
    Publication date 22 October 2015
    By Oxford University Press
  15. Managing Diversity through Non-Territorial Autonomy: Assessing Advantages, Deficiencies, and Risks - ISBN 9780198738459

    Managing Diversity through Non-Territorial Autonomy: Assessing Advantages, Deficiencies, and Risks

    £75.40

    Non-territorial autonomy (NTA) is a statecraft tool aimed at respecting the rights of ethnic and cultural minority groups. This volume examines the non-territorial institutional and public administration functions of NTA, providing policy-makers and ethno-cultural groups the tools to promote social cohesion while respecting diversity. Learn More
    Publication date 06 August 2015
    By Oxford University Press

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