As we approach the twenty-first century, the world is undergoing rapid and wide-ranging legal and political changes. The Cold War has ended. New democratic institutions are being introduced in the former Soviet Bloc and many parts of Africa and Latin America. Europe is moving toward unification. There is a growing prospect of a general reform of the United Nations. Law, especially constitutional law, is playing a large and vital role in these events. These changes and challenges provided the backdrop for this Symposium, held at Yale Law School on March 27-28, 1993.
Constitutionalism in the Post-Cold War World,
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