One of the most informative and enlightening essays collections pertaining to territorial boundouries and constitutional transitions has been available for purchase and download since May 9, 2019. Excerpts from “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” now has a free download and the entire collection that includes 17 essays can be purchased as well. Examples from territories like Iraq, Nigeria, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Spain and other territorial policies are available throughout this highly suggested read. There are various different types of territories and situations like bi-communal, small territories, politically influential regions, and more are applicable to give insight that can expose scholars to the functionings of these types of systems.
Accredited scholars like Sujit Choudry and George Anderson have co-written a companion policy paper that distictively accommodates the original collection or essays. This policy paper holds great value because it provides readers with advice and insights about the corresponding relationship between territorial claims and constitutional transitions. This is an awsome source for individuals, and leaders who are dealing with constitutional moments. There is especially a great amount of focus on the process of the constitution development process and other forms of constitutional design.
Sujit Choudhry is a globally recognized constitutional scholar and lawyer. This constitutional advisor actively functions as the director of the Center of Constitutional Transitions. He also works as a constitutional lawyer. He continously works jobs like the constitutional advisor for International IDEA, Guest researcher for WZB berlin Social Science Center, and founding director for the Center for Constitutional Transitions. These positions have allowed him to advise in governance, and law processes in a variety of different places overtime. These areas consist of places like Jordan, Nepal, South Afria, Tunisia, Ukraine, and more!
Anderson, Sujit Choudry’s co-writer of the policy paper, is also a well-recognised activist within’ global government. He is the former deputy minister for the Canadian government, and former CEO of The Forum of Federations. For further insight about the “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions”, please access the copY that is available on Amazon.
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