Authoritarian Constitutionalism with Paul Fisher

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Grace Mallon talks to Paul Fisher, a practising barrister and academic lawyer, about his research into constitutional law in post-Soviet non-democracies. Constitutionalism is something we often associate with limited government and the protection of the rights of citizens. But democracies aren’t the only governments with constitutions. Since the Age of Revolutions, many of the world’s most repressive regimes have drafted and promulgated constitutions that claim to protect the rights of the people, preserve the separation of powers, and minimise the reach of the executive branch. In this episode Grace talks to Paul Fisher, a practising barrister and academic lawyer, about his research into constitutional law in post-Soviet non-democracies. Paul’s research is funded by an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Studentship offered through the UCL, Bloomsbury and East London ("UBEL") ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership.

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