Recently, a collection of essays entitled “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” was published. This book consists of 17 different case studies and a companion policy paper that was written by Sujit Choudhry and George Anderson. This companion paper is entitled with the same name as the collection itself. The purpose of this companion paper that was co-written by Sujit Choudhry was to provide some insights on how issues over territory can impact how a constitution is made and designed. Also, the authors also provide advice that is potentially useful to people who are involved in constitutional moments.
“Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” can be purchased on amazon either in digital or hardcover format. The policy paper that was written by Sujit Choudhry and Anderson can be downloaded separately as well. Sujit Choudhry is considered an expert on constitutional law and founded the organization known as the Center for Constitutional Transitions in which he is also the Director. He has been recognized for his work in constitutional law on an international level. Some of the countries that he has worked with during his decades-long career include Yemen, Tunisia, Ukraine, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Nepal, Libya, Jordan, Myanmar, and Egypt.
The view that the essay collection offers is a realist one that keeps in mind just how complex these issues tend to be. The authors featured in the collection use examples from Ukraine, Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Nepal, Spain, Kenya, Cyprus, Iraq, and more. The policy paper that features the work of Sujit Choudhry is a good companion for the publication that addresses many different issues when it comes to territorial politics in regards to building a constitution. The final chapter of the work is used to conclude the different works and how it all relates to research that has already taken place.
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