“Territory and Power in Constitutional Transitions” details the politics of the constitution hitting places such as Cyprus, Sri Lanka, and Nigeria by the means of well-researched case studies. As the editors of the collection of essays, Sujit Choudhry and George Anderson go deep into various countries, covering policies that could be set in place to help countries and territories that have definite conclusions and solutions according to the findings. The essays were gathered to bring light to matters that might end up becoming grossly overlooked otherwise.
In addition to what they discovered through their research, Sujit Choudhry and George Anderson collaborated on a policy paper which functions as a companion piece to the essays that offers more insight into the way constitutions operate. Advisors are also advised on what they could do to be more prepared for specific problems that come up related to the constitutions. Scholars can also find strong advice inside the research provided throughout the essays.
Prior to curating this essay collection with George Anderson, Sujit Choudhry made his rounds as a lawyer and scholar known throughout the world. Countries such as Egypt, Ukraine, South Africa, and Yemen have greatly benefited from his constitutional wisdom over the years. He also stands as the creator and head of the Center of Constitutional Transitions. His experience in these various avenues has proved important and has brought significant constitutional knowledge to the essay collection he collaborated on with George Anderson who happens to have some experience himself with the government in Canada.
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