Review of Public Law and Political Science in France and Abroad No. 1, January-February 2023

Review of Public Law and Political Science in France and Abroad No. 1, January-February 2023

Contents Public Law Review 1-2023 Editorial: Public Law Review, Tomorrow: Public Policies: A Lebanese Option? – The Illusion of Lebanese State Sovereignty and the Ambiguity of Public Policy, by Jehan Sfeir – The Relationship between Lebanese Societies and Private International Law, by Vincent Hosier – The Lebanese Concept of Religious Freedom, Youmna Makhlouf – Teaching the History of Religion. Modern Lebanon, by Lamia Hitti – What the Mandate Economy Left to Lebanon, by Isaac Diwan and Joel M. Abi Rashed – Economic Liberalism: Politics for Lebanon, by François Whyte-Doctrin – Administrative Law Should we allow or forbid the access of minors in the bullfighting arenas? , by Emmanuel de Monredon Civil qualifications associated with historical monuments, by Jean-Raphael Bellas – Constitutional Law Translation: Influence Strategy in the Constitutional Courts of Monolingual Western European Countries, by Mathilde Kemal Girard – Foreign Law What is the Senate? A Reflection on the Fortunes of the Bicameral System in Gabon and Cameroon in an Era of New State Challenges, by Steve Tamitonge Ngemo-Tsede Public Finance Income Tax Origins: The Old Regime or Administration Implications, by Jean-Baptiste Jacob Law Chronicle of Constitutional Jurisprudence (2022), by Dominique Rousseau and Pierre Yves Gahdon and Julien Bonnet

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