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Selected References

Constitution Writing and Conflict Resolution

This bibliography provides an introduction to the expansive literature on constitution writing.

“Accord draws mixed reactions in war-weary Bosnia” CNN: The Balkan Tragedy 22 November 1995. (, accessed 1 September 2002).

Abada, Nguele. “Ruptures continuities constitutionnelles en republique de cameroun reflexions a propos de la reforme constitutionnelle du 18 janvier 1996,” Revue juridique et politique independence et cooperation, 50, 3(1996): 272-293.

Abbas, Hassan. Poleaxe or Politics of the Eighth Amendment 1985-1997. Lahore, Pakistan: Watandost, 1997.

Abbas, Zaffar. “Analysis: Musharraf sidelines parliament.” BBC News, August 21, 2002. Available from , accessed December 2, 2002.

Abbink, Jon. “Ethnicity and Constitutionalism in Contemporary Ethiopia,” Journal of African Law, 41, 2 (1997): 159-174.

Abdullo, Rashid. Implementation of the 1997 General Agreement: Successes, dilemmas and challenges. “The Inter-Tajik dialogue: From civil war towards civil society.” Accord 10 (2001). Available from , accessed December 6, 2002.

Abdulai, David. “Rawlings ‘Wins’ Ghana’s Presidential Elections: Establishing a New Constitutional Order,” Africa Today, 4 (1992): 66-71.

Abi-Saab, Georges. “Namibia and International Law: An Overview,” African Yearbook of International Law, edited by Abdulqawi A. Yusuf, 1 (1993): 3-11.

Achard, Diego. La Transicion en Uruguay. Montevideo, Uruguay: Ediciones de la Banda Oriental, 1995.

Ackerman, Bruce. “Constitutional Economics—Constitutional Politics,” Constitutional Political Economy, 10 (1999): 415-424.

Adams, Kif Augustine. “What is Just?: The Rule of Law and Natural Law in the Trials of Former East German Border Guards,” Stanford Journal of International Law, 29 (1993): 271-314.

Addi, Lahouari. L’Algerie et la democratie: Pouvoir et crise du politique dans l’algerie contemporaine. Paris: Editions la Decouverte, 1995.

Addruse, Raja Abdul Aziz. “Does our constitution provide for adequate representation for opposing and varied interests in parliament?” The Malayan Law Journal, 42, 1 (1976): lxxviii-lxxxi.

Afari-Gyan, Kwadwo. The Making of the Fourth Republican Constitution of Ghana. Accra, Ghana: Friedrich Ebert Foundation, 1995.

Afghanistan Today. Loya Jirgah (Grand Assembly) Documents. Kabul, Afghanistan: Afghanistan Today Publishers, 1987.

Agh, Attila. Emerging Democracies in East Central Europe and the Balkans. Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing, (1998).

Agh, Attila. “Hungary: in the midst of systemic change,” pp. 151-167 in Wojciech Kostecki, Katarzyna Zukrowska and Bogdan J. Goralcyzk eds. Transformations of Post-Communist States. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

Agh, Attila. “The Permanent “Constitutional Crisis” in the Democratic Transition: The Case of Hungary,” pp. 297-326 in Joachim J. Hesse and Nevil Johnson eds. Constitutional Policy and Change in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995.

Agh, Attila. The Politics of Central Europe. London: Sage Publications, 1998.

Agranoff, Robert. “Constitutionalism in Spain: Transition and Consolidation of a State of Autonomies,” pp. 241-286 in in Bertus de Villiers and Jabu Sindane, eds., Managing Constitutional Change. Pretoria: HSRC Publishers, 1996.

Ahdieh, Robert B. Russia’s Constitutional Revolution: Legal Consciousness and the Transition to Democracy, 1985-1996. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University, 1997.

Ahluwalia, Pal. “Uganda: Movement politics or one-party state?” Africa Quarterly 40, 3 (2000): 67-84.

Ahmad, Masud. Pakistan: A Study of Its Constitutional History (1857-1975). Lahore, Pakistan: Research Society of Pakistan, University of the Punjab, 1978.

Ahmad, Mushtaq. Politics of Crisis. Karachi, Pakistan: Royal Book Company, 1987.

AIM Press. “A new ethnic block in Macedonia? The Macedonian coalition together?”, accessed on October 3, 2002.

Aikman, C.C. “Constitutional developments in the Cook Islands.” In Pacific Constitutions: Proceedings of the Canberra Law Workshop VI, edited by Peter Sack. Canberra: Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, 1982, 87-96.

Akbarzadeh, Shahram. “National identity and political legitimacy in Turkmenistan.” Nationalities Papers 27, 2 (June 1999): 271-290.

Akhtar, Hasan. “Stormiest sitting; first division.” Dawn (Karachi), September 9, 1985.

Akimov, Vladimir. “Kazakh constitution amended to liberalize political system.” ITAR-TASS, October 8, 1998.

Akindele, Rafiu A. “The Constituent Assembly and the 1989 Constitution.” In Transition Without End: Nigerian Politics and Civil Society under Babangida, edited by Larry Diamond, Anthony Kirk-Greene, and Oyeleye Oyediran. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1997: 105-128.

Alhaj, Abdullah Juma. “The Political Elite and the Introduction of Political Participation in Oman,” Middle East Policy, 7, 3 (2000), 97-110.

Alhaj, Abdullah Juma. “The Politics of Participation in the Gulf Cooperation Council States: the Omani Consultative Council,” Middle East Journal, 50, 4 (1996), 559-571.

Al-Hibri, Azizah Y., “Islamic Constitutionalism and the Concept of Democracy,” Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 24, 1 (1992): 1-138.

Ali, Arif. “News from the Gulf Region: Oman Highlights Aspects of Basic Law,” Financial Times, Global News Wire, October 18, 1999.

Allcock, John B., Milivojevic, Marko, Horton, John J. eds. Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia, An Encyclopedia. Denver: ABC-CLIO, (1998). pp. 50-63, 161-163, 216-223, 262-268, 272-276.

Allen, Calvin H. Jr. and Rigsbee, W. Lynn III. Oman Under Qaboos, from Coup to Constitution, 1900-1996, London: Frank Cass, 2000.

Allen, Tom. “Commonwealth Constitutions and Implied Social and Economic Rights,” African Journal of International and Comparative Law, 1994: 555-570.

Allouache, A. and W. Laggoune. “La Revision constitutionnelle du 23 fevrier 1989,” Revue algerienne des sciences juridiques economiques et politiques, xxv111, 4 (1990): 753-773.

Al-Mahdi, Khaled. “Politics- Yemen: upcoming vote on constitution stirs opposition,” Inter Press Service, February 14, 2001.

Al-Mehaimeed, Ali M. “The Constitutional System of Saudi Arabia: A Conspectus,” Arab Law Quarterly, 8, 1 (1993): 30-36.

Al-Muhairi, Butti Sultan Butti Ali. “The Position of Shari’a within the UAE Constitution and the Federal Court’s Application of the Constitutional Clause Concerning Shari’a,” Arab Law Quarterly, 11, 3 (1996): 219-244.

Altstadt, Audrey L. “Azerbaijan’s Struggle Toward Democracy,” pp. 110-155, in Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott. Conflict, Cleavage and Change in Central Asia and the Caucasus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Alvarado, Alcides. La Constitucion y sus Reformas. La Paz, Bolivia: Universidad Mayor de San Andres, Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Politicas, 1994.

Amar, Akhil Reed. “Philadelphia Revisited: Amending the Constitution Outside Article V,” University of Chicago Law Review, 55 (1988): 1043-1104.

American Bar Association. Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI). “Analysis of the 1998 Draft Constitution for the Republic of Albania,” Washington, D.C., American Bar Association, (unpublished manuscript) September 17, 1998.

American Bar Association. Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI). “Analysis of the August 1995 Draft Constitution for the Republic of Kazakhstan,” Washington, D.C., American Bar Association, (unpublished manuscript) August 28, 1995.

American Bar Association. Central and East European Law Initiative (CEELI). “Analysis of the Draft Constitution for the Republic of Tajikistan,” Washington, D.C., American Bar Association, (unpublished manuscript) October 17, 1994.

Ameyibor, Edward. “Ghana: Gearing to Write a New Constitution.” Inter Press Service, June 13, 1991.

Amirouche, Hamou. “Algeria’s Islamist Revolution: The People Versus Democracy?” Middle East Policy, 5, 4 (1998): 82-103.

Amrahgizi, Elmira. “The Making of Democracy: Azerbaijan to adopt its first constitution.” Azerbaijan International 3, 3 (Autumn 1995). Available from, accessed June 24, 2003.

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Ahmed. “Constitutionalism and Islamization in the Sudan,” Third World Legal Studies, 1998: 99-118.

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Ahmed. “The National Question, Secession and Constitutionalism: The Mediation of Competing Claims to Self-Determination,” pp. 105-125 in Douglas Greenberg, et. al., Constitutionalism and Democracy: Transitions in the Contemporary World. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.

Anand, J.P. “Afghan Republic’s New Constitution.” News Review on South Asia and Indian Ocean, March 1977: 209-212.

Anckar, Dag, Anckar, Carsten and Nilsson, Lars. “Constitutional and Political Life in the Republic of Belau,” Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, 17, Je/S (1998), 75-97.

Anckar, Dag, Anckar, Carsten. “Democracies without Parties,” Comparative Political Studies, 33, 2 (2000), 225-247.

Anderson, John. “Authoritarian Political Development in Central Asia: The Case of Turkmenistan,” Central Asian Survey, 14, 4 (1995), 509-527.

Anderson, John. “Constitutional Development in Central Asia,” Central Asian Survey, 16, 3 (1997), 301-320.

Anderson, John. Kyrgyzstan: Central Asia’s Island of Democracy? Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1999.

Anderson, Thomas P. Politics in Central America: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Revised Edition. New York: Praeger, 1988.

Aniagolu, Anthony Nnaemezie. The Making of the 1989 Constitution of Nigeria. Ibadan: Spectrum Books Limited, 1993. (excerpts, 20-35, 78-92, 148-192, 202-251)

Angeli, Fyodor. “Moldovan parliament calls political parties to civic accord.” ITAR-TASS, February 16, 1993.

Angeli, Fyodor. “Moldova continues to discuss draft new constitution.” ITAR-TASS, April 20, 1993.

Antara—The Indonesian National News Agency. Moslems excluded from E. Timor’s Presidential Election, 15 April 2002 (accessed via LexisNexis, November 2, 2002).

Antara—The Indonesian National News Agency. UNTAET urged to socialize E. Timor’s Draft Constitution, 23 February 2002 (accessed via LexisNexis, November 2, 2002).

Anyangwe, Carlson, “The Zambian Constitution and the Principles of Constitutional Authochthony and Supremacy,” Zambia Law Journal, 29 (1997): 1-32

Anyaoku, Emeka. “Briefings: The Making of a New Constitution for Zimbabwe,” Review of African Political Economy, 83 (2000): 1999.

Arato, Andrew and Miklosi, Zoltan. “Constitution Making in Hungary,” DRAFT, United States Institute of Peace Working Group on Constitution Making, Peace Building and National Reconciliation, May 31, 2002.

Arato, Andrew. Civil Society, Constitution, and Legitimacy. New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2000.

Arato, Andrew. “Dilemmas Arising from the Power to Create Constitutions in Eastern Europe,” Cardozo Law Review, 14 (1993).

Arato, Andrew. “Forms of Constitution Making and Theories of Democracy,” Cardozo Law Review, 17 (1995): 191-225.*

Arato, Andrew. “Parliamentary Constitution Making in Hungary,” East European Constitutional Review, Fall 1995: 45-51. *

Arato, Andrew and Zoltan Miklosi.. “Constitution Making in Hungary,” DRAFT, United States Institute of Peace Working Group on Constitution Making, Peace Building and National Reconciliation, May 31, 2002.

Ardayev, Vladimir. “Discussion of draft new constitution in Kazakhstan.” Russian Press Digest, November 13, 1992.

“Argentina: Menem Wants a Second Term,” The Economist; London; October 2, 2993. Vol. 329, Issue 7831.

Armstrong, Arthur J. “Current Development: The Negotiations for the Future Political Status of Micronesia,” The American Journal international Law, 74, (1980), 689-693.

Armstrong, Arthur J. and Hills, Howard L. “Current Development: The Negotiations for the Future Political Status of Micronesia (1980-1984),” The American Journal International Law, 78, (1984), 484-497.

Ariffin, Kamarul. “Does Our Constitution Provide for Adequate Representation for Opposing and Varied Interests in Parliament? Commentary,” The Malayan Law Journal, 42, 1 (1976): lxxxiii-lxxxv.

Arinanto, Satya. “Indonesia: democratization of Constitutional and Political Life Since the 1992 General Election and the 1993 Plenary Session of the People’s Consultative Assembly,” pp. 55-70 in Asia-Pacific Constitutional Yearbook, Cheryl Saunders and Graham Hassall, eds., Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies, University of Melbourne, 1995.

Askari, M.H. “A Constitution for Afghanistan.” Defence Journal, 13, 12 (1987): 16-19.

Associates in Rural Development. “The Transition to Democratic Governance in Tanzania: An Assessment and Guidelines for Near-Term Action,”Report Prepared for the U.S. Agency for International Development. Draft Report of March 15, 1994.

Atchison, Dana Dallas. “Notes on Constitutionalism for a 21st Century President,” Cardozo Journal of International and Comparative Law, 16, (1998): 239-

Atkin, George. “Still Confusion as Solomons Independence Gets ‘All Clear’.” Pacific Islands Monthly, November 1977.*

Atkin, Muriel. “Thwarted Democratization in Tajikistan,” pp. 277-311 in Karen Dawisha and Bruce Parrott, eds., Conflict, Cleavage, and Change in Central Asia and the Causcasus. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Atkin, Muriel. “Token Constitutionalism and Islamic Opposition in Tajikistan,” [working paper, nd.].

Atovulloyev, Dododzhon. “Tajikistan: Pilaf Soup.” Current Digest of the Post-Soviet Press, October 27, 1999.

Augel, Johannes. “Guinea-Bissau expects its first democratic elections.” In Transicao Democratica na Guine-Bissau: e outros ensaios, edited by Johannes Augel and Carlos Cardoso. Bissau, Guinea-Bissau: Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pequista, 1996: 41-52.

Austin, Reginald. “Constitution-Making, Peace Building and National Reconciliation, Zimbabwe,” United States Institute of Peace, Working Group on Constitution Making, Peace Building, and National Reconciliation, n.d.

Ayupova, Zaure. “A Concise Essay on the History of State and Law Development in the Republic of Kazakhstan,”
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