At present Constitutions are regarded as fundamental basis for the social, political and juridical organization of a country. Classic and Social Constitutional patterns have been vital for centuries but at present societies evolved in such a way that they present different realities and facts that must be considered whenever the question of the best legal and juridical conditions is considered. No doubt each country and society has particular traditions, customs and history that have given them a new dimension, as a consequence of immigration waves or new adopted responses to present needs and conflicts. The presence of diverse ethnic groups, races, or religions which up to now have been set aside, and now turned out to be legally included within societies, is an important challenge for constitutional in text and in action to be analyzed. So basic constitutional principles should be adapted to this new, or even already, existing conditions, that considered as challenges for a globalization period. That is the case of international conventions or treats that more than once alter political, juridical, social and economic situations. Not all countries accepted international rules within their constitutions and that turn out to be a serious problem whenever international agreements are put into effect. So the object of the present paper is to determine and define possible limits and principles to each country 'Constitutional Cultural dimension as a new pattern of the World.
Conference on Globalization and New World Configuration (全球化與世界新格局國際學術研討會)，22頁