Tag Archives: Balkans

Guest Contributor: Chris Barber – Perspectives on experiences in the Balkans

We are pleased to share an article written by one of our very own CCSDD research assistants, Chris Barber, a second year MAIA student at Johns Hopkins University SAIS who is currently writing his thesis on the role of the … Continue reading

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REMINDER: Secession Conference on Monday!

Are you a little confused about what’s going on in Crimea right now? Perhaps you’ve heard about Scotland trying to secede from the UK, but you don’t understand why. Or maybe you want to better understand how the dissolution of … Continue reading

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Obamacare Lecture Tomorrow, Catch Up on Past Seminars via the BIPR!

We are excited to be hosting a talk on ‘Obamacare’ tomorrow night by Professor Jason Mazzone, Lynn H. Murray Faculty Scholar in Law at the College of Law, University of Illinois, in Urbana-Champaign, IL. Entitled “Obamacare: Law, Politics, Religion, and Culture”, the seminar is … Continue reading

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The 10th Anniversary of the ‘EU and Legal Reform Summer School’ in Montenegro

Each year, the CCSDD runs the European Union and Legal Reform Summer School in Montenegro, a one-week post-graduate course that addresses the constitutional implications of the EU’s expansion into Eastern and Central Europe. Lead by CCSDD Director Dr. Justin Frosini, … Continue reading

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A New Academic Year at the CCSDD

With the new academic year in full swing, we figured it was high time to launch this year’s CCSDD Intern Blog. As you may know, the Center for Constitutional Studies and Democratic Development (CCSDD) is a research partnership between the … Continue reading

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