Chapter 1. Legal Origins and Evolution of the 'Emergency Powers' Concept. Constitutional Mechanism of a State of Emergency
Chapter 2. Elements of the Constitutional Mechanism of a State of Emergency
Chapter 3. Legal Regulation of Emergency Powers in Imperial Russia
Chapter 4. Emergency Powers and States of Emergency in Soviet and Contemporary Russian Law Conclusion.
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Written by an established scholar in the field, this text examines the nature of emergency powers and their use in the Russian constitution. It explores the use of such powers in Russian history, comparing the Russian situation with those that exist in other countries and discussing the legal thought underpinning such powers. The practicalities and theories of emergency orders are traced throughout history with Dormin arguing that the longer an emergency regime lasts, the less effective the measure becomes. With original research and remarkable insight, this text will be of interest to scholars examining the new Russia, its rulers, conflicts and motives, as well as its political systems. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780415363747 20160527