Sujit Choudhry is The Director of The Center For Constitutional Transitions and former Dean of UC Berkeley’s School of Law. He is recognized internationally and has been cited by Supreme Courts, not only in Canada where he is a Barrister and was a Solicitor in 2001, but in a number of other countries as well from Africa, Asia, Canada, New Zealand, the Middle East and even Ukraine. Choudhry is regarded as an expert who has trained civil servants, provided technical advice, drafted technical reports, and led stakeholder negotiations among his activities.
Choudhry has been published by Cambridge, Oxford, and Eigar among others and his works include “The Migration Of Constitutional Ideas”, articles in various journals such as Constitutional Transitions in the Middle East, Evolving Concept Of Citizenship, Constitutional Law Education Administration in Justice, Constitutionalism In Divided Society, and his latest offering “Territory and Power In Constitutional Transitions”. His unique ability in being able to be relevant across multiple countries, governments and regions, is reflected in this volume.
This collection of case studies along with the accompanying paper under the same title has been called ‘highly impressive in both its breadth and depth’. It has also been referred to as ‘outstanding and invaluable contribution’ by a senior fellow and a former United Nations envoy. The volume goes deep in tackling the complex nature of territorial and political obstacles when dealing with federalism, power-sharing, and devolution.
As of May 9th this volume is available on Amazon’s Kindle, and provides essential reading for scholars in a wide-ranging topics from communal to regional disputes.
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