Category Archives: Constitutinalism

Constitutional Wars: Constitutional Roots of the Peruvian Political Crisis

By Rafael Aste Rafael Aste is a second-year MAIA candidate at Johns Hopkins SAIS. The outlook for Peruvian democracy is rather bleak. Its democratic institutions effectively withstood the attempted self-coup by former President Pedro Castillo, but structural problems seem to … Continue reading

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South Sudan’s decade-long transition: A country in search of a permanent constitution

By Zach Nelson Zach Nelson is a first-year graduate student studying International Development at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). He was previously based in Juba, South Sudan, where he led research assessments on humanitarian accountability, and in Yangon, … Continue reading

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