This chapter shows that the constitutionalization of and within international law is a fragmented process which, moreover, engages domestic constitutional law. It is not bringing about a ‘superconstitution’ over and above domestic law and all international subfields. After clarifying the key terms, notably constitutionalization, constitutionalism, and constitutional law, it explains the sectoral constitutionalization of various international organizations and the constitutionalization of the private (economic) realm. It concludes that we find (only) constitutional fragments.
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