Report of the Symposium on Islam, Constitutions, and Durable Democracy: The Cases of Iraq and Afghanistan
This report chronicles a symposium focused on whether constitutions can encourage a democratic political culture and do it under the difficult conditions that exist in contemporary Iraq and Afghanistan. The panelists addressed these two case studies with specific attention to Islam, religious freedom, and the role of the judiciary. Participants in both the panel and publication include Robert P. George, Muqtedar Khan, Intisar Rabb, and William L. Saunders, Jr. The event was chaired by Thomas F. Farr, a Berkley Center senior fellow.
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