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Constitutions

The Queen's two bodies and the political power of metaphor

September 21, 2022

Italy’s odd turn to the right

September 14, 2022

Chile's draft Constitution is for women, too

August 31, 2022

Failures in constitutional design are at the heart of the crisis in western democracies

August 24, 2022

♟️ The rise of ‘information autocracies’: Kazakhstan and its constitutional referendum

June 7, 2022
May 28, 2021

In search of legitimacy: the Chilean road to a new constitution

Julieta Suárez-Cao Chile’s constitutional reform started after massive social protests in 2019. With gender parity, reserved seats for indigenous people, and a significant number of seats for independent delegates, Julieta Suarez-Cao argues that the country's assembly is on track to rebuild democratic legitimacy in the years to come Read more
December 15, 2020

The Constitutional Court struck down the Austrian government’s discriminatory welfare policies against migrants and refugees. But that won't prevent social exclusion

Irene Landini The Austrian government's openly discriminatory policies against migrants have been invalidated by the Constitutional Court and challenged by the European Commission. But, argues Irene Landini, that has not ended ‘welfare chauvinism’ and social exclusion, either in Austria or elsewhere in Europe Read more

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