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A New Birth for Ukraine: A Constitutionalist Manifesto
27 June 2023
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A New Birth for Ukraine: A Constitutionalist Manifesto

Diversi in unitate Ukraine will win the war with the terrorist state Russia, but will it win the peace? Ukraine is fighting a war for humane values and against authoritarianism, on behalf of its citizens and the rest of the world.  When the victory is finally achieved, Ukrainians will deserve a long rest—but we will […]

Ruslan Rokhov joins the CCD team
07 March 2023
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Ruslan Rokhov joins the CCD team

The Center for Constitutional Design welcomes a new member on its board – Ruslan Rokhov, a political consultant and expert in democracy, decentralization, local development and local self-government. Ruslan, 36, is presently an advisor to the Export Credit Agency, a privately held company founded by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, its sole stockholder. At […]

Does it really matter how to adopt a constitution? A public discussion
10 February 2022
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Does it really matter how to adopt a constitution? A public discussion

On Feb. 10, 2022, in UkrInform, a public discussion was held on “Does the Way of Adopting a Constitution Matter?” Ukrainian politicians and leading constitutional experts considered whether the way a constitution is adopted affects its effectiveness and viability. Why are Ukrainians ready to defend their state but not its Constitution? Is there any relation […]

OPINION: How to tame political predators?
06 February 2022
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OPINION: How to tame political predators?

By Gennadiy Druzenko, CCD Cofounder & Chairman of the Board Prof. Charles Tilly, called “one of the world’s preeminent sociologists and historians” in The New York Times, once wrote a provocative essay, “Warmaking and Statemaking as Organized Crime.” The essay has become classic and, according to Google Scholar, has been cited in over 5,500 papers […]

Serbia opposition voices doubts about referendum, praised by EU
18 January 2022
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Serbia opposition voices doubts about referendum, praised by EU

Sasa Dragojlo, BIRN https://balkaninsight.com/2022/01/17/serbia-opposition-voices-doubts-about-referendum-praised-by-eu/ While EU officials have welcomed the results of Serbia’s referendum on constitutional changes, opposition parties have voiced suspicions about rigging – although the fact that several cities voted ‘No’ to the government has given them optimism. Serbia’s referendum results in which citizens backed changes to the country’s constitution and a judicial […]

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