5 key 2022 books: Rule of Law

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Oliver Garner writing for the Review of Democracy

The last 2 years may have seen the high water-mark for populist authoritarianism, following electoral defeats for key “strong-men” such as Donald Trump in the U.S.A. and Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil, and the diminished reputation of Vladimir Putin following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. If this trend continues, then Krygier, Czarnota, and Sadurski’s contribution to the field may come to be regarded as a key retrospective on the phenomenon of anti-constitutional populism in the years to come.

Oliver Garner – on RevDem

Read the full article on Review of Democracy.

Edited by the leaders of our project, and released earlier in 2022 by Cambridge University Press, this volume brings together scholars from law, political science, and philosophy in a major outcome for the project.