Wednesday, August 19, 2009
The U.S. Institute of Peace and the Comparative Constitutions Project recently launched their new Comparative Constitutions blog, available at www.comparativeconstitutions.org. According to their announcement,
The blog will feature regular content covering new developments on comparative constitutional issues around the world. There will be regular coverage of and commentary on new articles, publications, and events on comparative constitutional themes, and contributors will provide insight into major developments around the world--from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.
The Comparative Constitutions blog is part of a larger web-site project, ConstitutionMaking.org, which collects an impressive array of materials on comparative constitutionalism and constitutional design.
The blog is already quite active. Take a look.