Issue 2, February 2015

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Voices from the field
  As One People - Protecting Sexual and Other Minorities in Grenada’s Constitution
Richie Maitland
Secularism and the Constitution of India: controversy under the Modi administration
Arun K. Thiruvengadam
Turning Back the Clock: Thailand’s 2015 Constitution
Khemtong Tonsakulrungruang
Striking a balance: from hate speech to glorification of terrorism - freedom of speech post-Charlie Hebdo
Olivier le Bot
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In the media this month
  Are efforts to limit presidential power in Africa working?
Rachel Beatty Riedl
Tanzania’s proposed new constitution and the fate of social and economic rights
Daniel Marari
Possibility for Aung San Suu Kyi’s presidential candidacy? Green light to a referendum on constitutional amendments in Myanmar
Martin Petty & Simon Webb
Behind the Gap: constitutional recognition for Australia’s first peoples

Patricia Karvelas
  Key constitutional reforms for a more democratic Sri Lanka
Ashwini Vasanthakumar & Rehan Abeyratne
Greed, Brutality, and an Unraveling Coup in Yemen
Peter Salisbury
Political rivalries blocking constitution-making in Nepal

Pramod Jaiswal
Japan: Insights into the world - devise viable path to revise constitution
Shinichi Kitaoka
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