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The Repetition of History and Democratic Decay: The Case of Sri Lanka

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5 Major Takeaways From Two Recent Books Focused on Constitutional Design in Africa

A recent Washington Post article published this month summarizes the big 5 points in recent titillating books evaluating how constitutional design can prevent violence in Africa. “Democracy in Africa” by Nic Cheeseman and “Constitutions and Conflict Management in Africa Preventing … Continue reading

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Morocco’s 2011 Constitution: A Shining Example of Democratic Reform?

Now that the international human rights conference has ended, we wanted to draw your attention to the work of another one of our researchers, Francesco Biagi. In addition to his work at the CCSDD, Dr. Biagi is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow … Continue reading

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Introducing the International Journalism Lecture Series

The CCSDD is proud to sponsor two different lecture series at Johns Hopkins SAIS for the 2013-2014 academic year: “International Journalism” and “Law”.  Hosted in conjunction with the Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR), these lectures bring academics and practitioners … Continue reading

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