2012 Travel to Edinburgh, Scotland

تمت دعوتي في أيلول 2012 لتقديم محاضرة لباحثي وأساتذة في كلية الحقوق في جامعة إيدنبرا، سكوتلاندا. كانت رحلة جميلة ولكنها طويلة جداً. الطبيعة جميلة جداً. والجامعات هناك ممتازة. لا أذكر الآن ما هو موضوع المحاضرة في حينه أو الورقة التي … Continue reading 2012 Travel to Edinburgh, Scotland

Teaching constitutional law under an authoritarian regime : the case of Palestine (2020)

Challenges of considerable scope confront the Arab World and, in recent years, authoritarian governance has expanded across several Arab states during a period when the law should have strengthened and contributed to the furtherance of human progress. In responding to popular unrest and instability, Arab regimes have sought to reassert control by developing and applying strategies that contain and manage demands for democratization. Continue reading Teaching constitutional law under an authoritarian regime : the case of Palestine (2020)

اجتماع خبراء القانون الدستوري (2019)

في اجتماعين نظمتهما المنظمة العربية للقانون الدستوري حيث تم وضع خطة دليل القانون الدستوري العربي للتدريس في كليات الحقوق العربية ومن ثم إقراره من قبل اللجنة العلمية للمنظمة. والكتاب من تأليف اكسافيير فيليب وعاصم خليل (قيد الترجمة والنشر). Continue reading اجتماع خبراء القانون الدستوري (2019)

Governance and the Constitution in Palestine (2016)

This presentation, is an inquiry and investigation into this simple question: Who governs the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and how? While the question is simple, the answer is very complex. This is because it involves territoriality, ethnicity, nationality, religion, services, people, gender, language, IDs and travel documents, citizenship status, areas or residence, etc. I do not promise to provide a comprehensive answer, but in this presentation I hope to provide possible approaches to the inquiry. Continue reading Governance and the Constitution in Palestine (2016)

Alternatives to Parliaments under Reactionary Democracies: What are the Lessons Learned from Palestine? (2014)

Parliaments are one of the main pillars of modern democracies but in dictatorships they are marginalised or entirely absent. During transitions from dictatorship to a more representative system of government, reformers invariably emphasis political emancipation and participation. They often cast aside equally important rights and freedoms and even denigrate them as impediments to political change. Continue reading Alternatives to Parliaments under Reactionary Democracies: What are the Lessons Learned from Palestine? (2014)