SOAS University of London

School of Law

Mr Scott Newton

BA(Berkeley) JD MPA(Harvard)
  • Teaching
  • Expertise
  • Publications

Overview

Scott Newton
SOAS Centre of Contemporary Central Asia & the Caucasus

Centre Chair

Centre for Asian Legal Studies

CEAL Member

London Middle East Institute (LMEI)

Member

Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies

Member

Centre for Human Rights Law

Member

REF Steering Group

Academic Representative

School of Law

PhD Examiners Approval Panel

Name:
Mr Scott Newton
Email address:
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7898 4658
Building:
Senate House
Office No:
S330
Academic Support Hours:
Mondays 11:00 - 13:00

Teaching

Programmes Convened
Modules Taught
PhD Students supervised
  • Antonia Mulvey, International Justice: Solution or Obstacles to Peace in Housing, Land and Property Conflicts
  • Bakhtiyor Abdulhamidov,
  • Manar Idriss , Working Title: The Responsibility to Protect: A critical look at the international community’s response to Sudan’s conflicts

Expertise

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Available for
Regional Expertise
  • Africa
  • East Asia
Country Expertise
  • Georgia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Kyrgyzstan
  • Tajikistan
Languages

Publications

Authored Books

Newton, Scott (2017) The Constitutional Systems of the Independent Central Asian States. London: Bloomsbury.

Newton, Scott (2014) Law and the Making of the Soviet World: the Red Demiurge. Abingdon; New York, NY: Routledge.

Articles

Newton, Scott (2007) 'Law and Power in Rwanda in the Shadow of the Genocide'. Journal of Comparative Law, (2) 1, pp 151-171.

Newton, Scott (2006) 'Constitutionalism and Imperialism sub specie Spinozae'. Law and Critique, (17) 3, pp 325-355.

Newton, Scott (2000) 'The Political Institutions of Tajikistan in the Wake of the General Agreement and the National Reconciliation Commission'. SOAS Working Papers.

Newton, Scott (2000) 'Transplantation and Transition: Legality and Legitimacy in Kazakhstani Legislative Process'. SOAS Working Paper.

Book Chapters

Newton, Scott (2019) 'Parallel Worlds: Cold War Division Space'. In: Craven, Matthew and Pahuja, Sundhya and Simpson, Gerry and Saunders, Anna, (eds.), International Law and the Cold War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 117-136.

Newton, Scott (2019) 'Plus ça change . . . the riddle of all Central Asian constitutions'. In: Alviar Garcia, Helena and Frankenberg, Günter, (eds.), Authoritarian Constitutionalism : Comparative Analysis and Critique. Cheltenham: Elgar, pp 209-239.

Newton, Scott (2010) 'Postwar to New World Order and Post-Socialist Transition: 1989 as Pseudo-Event'. In: Johns, Fleur and Joyce, Richard and Pahuja, Sundhya, (eds.), Events: The Force of International Law. Abingdon; New York: Routledge.

Newton, Scott (2008) 'Law and Development, Law and Economics, and the Fate of Legal Technical Assistance'. In: Otto, Jan-Michiel and Ryan, Danny, (eds.), Lawmaking for Development: Explorations into the Theory and Practice of International Legislative Projects. Leiden University Press: Leiden, pp 23-52.

Newton, Scott (2006) 'The Dialectics of Law and Development'. In: Trubek, D. M. and Santos, A., (eds.), The New Law and Economic Development: a Critical Appraisal. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 174-202.

Newton, Scott (2003) 'Transplantation and Transition: Legality and Legitimacy in the Kazakhstani Legislative Process'. In: Galligan, D. J. and Kurkchiyan, M., (eds.), Law and Informal Practices: the Post-Communist Experience. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 151-170.

Newton, Scott (2003) 'Post-Communist Legal Form: the Elision of the Political'. In: Perry-Kessaris, A. and Hatchard, J., (eds.), Law and Development: Facing Complexity in the 21st Century: Essays in honour of Peter Slinn. London: Cavendish Publishing.

Zoir, Rahmatillo and Newton, Scott (2001) 'Constitutional and legislative reform'. Constitutional Resources: Accord Issue 10. London: Constitutional Resources, pp 54-59.

 

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