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Legacies of General MacArthur’s ‘Peace Constitution’ still Matter in East Asia

Legacies of General MacArthur’s ‘Peace Constitution’ still Matter in East Asia

Post-war Japan’s constitution was an avant-garde collage of high-edge liberal democratic universal norms that revolutionized an outmoded governance system.

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Any New Year’s resolutions Mr. Orbán?

Any New Year’s resolutions Mr. Orbán?

Old tricks die hard in the European Union’s "rogue state," but the West must acknowledge its hand in fueling the political culture in Hungary.

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SCAF’s Constitutional Declaration – Uncertainty and Hope for Egypt’s Bicameral Legislature

SCAF’s Constitutional Declaration – Uncertainty and Hope for Egypt’s Bicameral Legislature

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America : A Constitutional Midwife for the Arab World!

America : A Constitutional Midwife for the Arab World!

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A League of Nations in Transition – Regional Integration for the Arab Spring!

A League of Nations in Transition – Regional Integration for the Arab Spring!

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Why the Arab Spring should not Fear Tribalism and Factionalism – Institutionalizing Diversity.

Why the Arab Spring should not Fear Tribalism and Factionalism – Institutionalizing Diversity.

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The Benefits of a Constituent Assembly for Tunisia and the Arab Spring.

The Benefits of a Constituent Assembly for Tunisia and the Arab Spring.

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Western Intervention and the Lessons from Libya.

Western Intervention and the Lessons from Libya.

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Constitutional Reforms in Morocco and Jordan!

Constitutional Reforms in Morocco and Jordan!

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A Governance Vision for the Nations of the Arab Spring.

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We the People… Constitutional Developments around the World!

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New Blog Coming Soon

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