Catherine Baylin Duryea is an assistant professor of law at St. John's University. She specializes in the history of American legal involvement in Afghanistan. Duryea details the history and structure of Afghanistan's 2004 constitution, as well as its American influence. Duryea argues that contradictions within Afghanistan's constitution played a part in the political downfall of Afghanistan in 2021, and analyzes some of the lessons we can learn from the shortcomings of Afghanistan's constitution.
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