How Does Buddhism Shape Constitutional Law?

By Justin Kempf A review of Buddhism and Comparative Constitutional Law edited by Tom Ginsburg and Benjamin Schonthal. Buddhism and Constitutional LawOver the past year I have made a real effort to explore constitutional law. Americans talk quite a bit about their constitution, but they know very little about constitutions in other countries. They often presume... Continue Reading →

The Inclusion of Muslim Minorities

Become a Patron! The Struggle for Inclusion A recent story in The New York Times described the emigration of Muslims from France into the United Kingdom and the United States. It described people who identified both as Muslim and as French, but did not feel welcome in their home country. The story quotes a French... Continue Reading →

Amy Erica Smith on Brazil Podcast #21

  Amy Erica Smith joins the Democracy Paradox to explain how religion influences politics in Brazil. This is the 21st episode of the Democracy Paradox podcast. It kicks off the second season with an emphasis on world affairs.   Amy Erica Smith on Brazilian Democracy Political Scientist Seymour Martin Lipset wrote, “A person who knows... Continue Reading →

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