There are several renowned international scholars in various fields including in constitutional law and politics. The comparative issues that these scholars address and research on are of a wide spectrum. Most people have arguably affirmed that constitutional law and politics is a giant field only fit for the smart mind and courageous hearts. This is what Sujit Choudhry decided to become.
He focused on using the constitution as a tool in transiting violent conflict into democratic politics that are peaceful (http://constitutionaltransitions.org/director/#Choudhry). According to Sujit, the constitutional design has several divisions of societies which include minority and groups rights, official language policy, bill of rights, federalism, transitional justice, semi-presidentialism, constitutional courts and secession, and decentralization.
Sujit is one renowned author when it comes to the constitutional law matters in Canada. Constitutional Democracies in Crisis is his book chapter that was recently published. The former U.S Attorney General, Eric Holder, triggered Sujit to write this book through his tweet, which Sujit found undesirable. Eric has suggested that peaceful demonstrations ensue and this would have resulted in something that hurts peace. Sujit noted that this would have compromised the democracy that America had enjoyed for a long time. He also notes that a presidential term limit of up to two terms was appropriate. He said this would keep off those who would wish to hold on power for a longer time subjecting the country into a state of emergency.
In most cases, you will find Sujit on the ground with his boots on. In 2003, Sri Lanka had an ethnic conflict and Sujit was one of the foreign constitutional experts who went there to develop a federalist solution. He also went to Nepal in the year 2007 and 2010 just to ensure the constitutional negotiations were highly enhanced. Sujit leaves the Law Faculty at the Toronto University to teach comparative constitutional law at the University of New York (blogs.law.nyu.edu). Sujit is known to have changed the political landscape in South Africa and Eastern Europe in the late 1990s and this is the time he started writing books on constitutional law. Although Sujit was raised up in Toronto, he was born in Delhi. His parents were Indian immigrants. Nanda, his father was a lecturer at Toronto University where he taught economics making his home a grooming zone for scholars. For a related article, check on blogs.law.nyu.edu.