Sujit Choudry is an expert in the field of constitutional law. He served as a constitutional law scholar for a number of years at prestigious educational institutions that included the University of Toronto and the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Choudry holds degrees from both Oxford and Harvard. He has had the privilege of arguing cases before the Supreme Court of Canada.
Recently, Sujit Choudry and George Anderson have co-edited a collection of essays entitled “Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions.” This collection contains 17 different case studies that highlight the difficulties that arise in drafting constitutions in those nations that are having conflicts over territory. The case studies include information regarding constitutional challenges is both large and small nations. Cases are also presented regarding challenges in nations that are ethnically diverse and nations that are segmented into a number of different regions each with its own agenda. In these case studies, some of the countries whose situations were considered are Cyprus, Nigeria, Nepal, Ukraine, Spain and Sri Lanka.
With each essay in the collection, the author provides a set of recommendations as to how the constitutional problem might be overcome. At the end of the collection, there is an essay that attempts to draw all of the information in the collection into a cogent whole.
In addition to the release of this collection of essays, Sujit Choudry and George Anderson have released a policy paper providing their insights on how territorial challenges can be resolved in the constitutional process.
The collection of essays and the policy paper are recommended for those who have an interest in constitutional law and policy making. The collection has been highly recommended by Nicholas Haysom who worked for the United Nations and by Nancy Bermeo who is a scholar at both Princeton University and Oxford University.
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