SEMINAR: Seeds of Discord: Constitutional Woes from Iraq to the Arab Spring
By Zaid Al-Ali, May 18, 2015
HARVARD KENNEDY SCHOOL: What can the countries of the Arab Spring learn from the Constitutional missteps of Iraq? The Arab world has seen a historic moment of constitutional reform on the global stage, but so far reaped only modest benefits. Constitutional expert Zaid Al-Ali will examine Iraq’s fraught constitutional process in the wake of American military intervention and draw parallels to regional actors now undergoing their own delicate transitions.