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100 1  Shirvani, Ali,|eauthor 
245 10 Transnational evaluation of constitutions :|bthrough the 
       prism of human rights and international law /|cby Ali 
       Shirvani 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Springer,
       |c2021 
300    1 online resource (xxv, 99 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  SpringerBriefs in law,|x2192-855X 
505 0  Introduction: International Law, National Revolutions and 
       Constitutional Updates -- Backgrounds -- Classification 
       and Visualization of a Multi-dimensional Illustration -- 
       Classification and Indexation of Constitutions -- A Sample
       Evaluation and Future of the Research 
520    This book provides a hypothetical classification of 
       constitutions through international law and human rights 
       values used in any constitution, which draws connections 
       between the inclusive standards of international law and 
       human rights contained in the constitutions. Consequently,
       an evaluation method will be available for users to rank 
       any constitution potentiality of analysis for grounds of 
       any commitment and responsibility of the states concerning
       international law and human rights. "This important study 
       uses novel quantitative and qualitative methods to explore
       the relationship between constitutional and international 
       law. It is a significant contribution to the literature, 
       and pushes us further toward rigorous analysis of 
       transnational legal regimes." Tom Ginsburg Professor of 
       Political Science, Chicago Law School 
650  0 International law and human rights 
650  0 Constitutions 
650  0 Constitutional law 
650 14 Constitutional Law 
650 24 Private International Law, International & Foreign Law, 
       Comparative Law 
650 24 Political Science 
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