Drawing on his extensive scholarship of Arab constitutions and his close following of the current process in Iraq, Brown also offers glimpses into where the draft stands now on several critical issues, including the basic structures of government, religion’s role in the state, federalism, rights, gender, and security.
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About the Author
Nathan Brown is a senior associate in the Carnegie Endowment’s Democracy and Rule of Law Project. He is the author of four well-received books on Arab politics. He is also the author of Carnegie Paper No. 59, Evaluating Political Reform and the Carnegie Policy Outlook, Egypt’s Judges Step Forward: The Judicial Election Boycott and Egyptian Reform.
The Carnegie Democracy and Rule of Law Program rigorously examines the global state of democracy and the rule of law and international efforts to support their advance.
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