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Sujit Choudhry Helping Spread Democracy

Sujit Choudhry is recognized worldwide for his expertise in the study of comparative constitutional law and development. A constitutional law describes the relevance of the three parts of a government, the judiciary, the executive, and the legislative branches. Legal development is the process of establishing procedures, fundamental principles, and rules to govern by and, when put to paper, can be considered a constitution. Sujit Choudhry extensive research in these two fields enables him to assist countries trying to move from conflict to peaceful democratic forms of government. Working as a foreign constitutional expert, he has helped countries such as Egypt, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Libya in making legal changes. His work is important in countries that are ethnically divided. Sujit has written over ninety reports, papers, and articles on this subject. His published works of note include The Migration of Constitutional Ideas, written while attending Cambridge, in 2006, in 2008 he wrote Constitutional Design for Divided Societies, and in 2016 the Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution.

Sujit Choudhry is a member of several international organizations dealing with the subject of constitutional law including Executive Committee of the International Society of Public Law, the Editorial Advisory Board of the Cambridge Studies in Constitutional Law, and the Editorial Board of the Constitutional Court Review, plus several others. Choudhry is the Founding Director of the Center for Constitutional Transitions, an organization that generates knowledge about constitution building by assembling a team of international experts that offer policy options to interested parties. Currently, Choudhry is participating in three global research projects serving as co-leader. These programs will involve research into all phases of constitutional development. The findings of this study will be published in a series of policy suggestions beginning in 2017. Sujit Choudhry holds many other prominent positions, he is a member of the United Nations mediation roster, served as a consultant to the world bank, and the United Nations development program.

Before becoming the Dean of the University Of California, Berkeley School of Law, a position he held from 2014 to 2016, he was on the faculty at NYU School of Law, and the University of Toronto law school. In 2010 he received the Trudeau Fellowship, an award equal to the MacArthur Award and had served as a law clerk to the Supreme Court of Canada. Sujit Choudhry graduated a Rhodes Scholar, obtaining his law degree from the University of Oxford. He received his early education at the University of Toronto and McGill University, later earning an LL.M degree from Harvard Law School.

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Oncotarget Exposes The Truth About Vaping

When electronic cigarettes made their debute a few years ago, they seemed to be a workable alternative to conventional cigarette smoking on Given all the proven detrimental effects of this habit, lighting up, especially in public was becoming increasingly harder to do. But e-cigarettes offered no odor! No noxious smoke polluting common spaces! And best of all, assured “e-cigarette” manufacturers, the “vaping” or smoking system used by these devices meant that while smokers got their nicotine hits deadly carcinogenic tar wasn’t being drawn into lungs.

While smoke shops and smokers’ rights groups immediately began singing the praises of this “healthy” alternative, others were more skeptical. Physicians indicated that they felt that any smoking was probably a poor idea and that more data needed to be collected before e-cigarettes went mainstream. One scholarly group that has accepted that challenge is Oncotarget. Founded in 2010 by two Roswell Park Cancer Institute employees, it is an online peer-reviewed medical journal that provides information on a number of cancer oriented topics.

Since its inception, the site has been so well received and utilized that it now accepts and archives papers on a number of topics including geriatrics and metrology. Authors are required to sign up before submitting papers, and all submissions must be accompanied by verifiable references on Researchers accessing these articles acknowledge or cite them, and these citations create a scoring system known as an impact factor, which in turn affects the paper’s importance as a scholarly document. Oncotarget has been able to participate in annual impact factors since 2011, and although there has been some slight statistical variation Oncotarget’s impact factor averages 5.0, showing the site’s worth as a scholarly resource.

And given the increasing popularity of vaping, it’s not surprising that more articles on e-cigarette use are appearing all the time. A study conducted by the University of Rochester Medical Center recently submitted a paper to Oncotarget on this subject. Despite manufacturer claims that these devices are harmless, the study showed tbat vaping causes the same degree of oral health issues that conventional cigarette smoking does. In particular, gum tissue cells begin breaking down, creating the potential for am array of oral health issues.

The good news regarding this is given the young general age of e-cigarette users, Oncotarget articles can easily be reprinted and published on social media sites, such as Google Plus, Facebook, and Twitter, where these articles will hopefully find a large and receptive audience.

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Astonishing growth of 5000 percent for Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water

Waiakea Inc. has achieved the impossible. According to the recent news article from Globe Newswire, “Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water Sees a 5,000 Percent Growth in Just Three Years”, they have reached to 5000 percent growth in just only three years that others can only dream about. But this wasn’t a mere stunt for this company; rather it is the fruit of their hard work, dedication, and business motto. Learn more about Waiakea water:

Waiakea water Inc. is a premium bottled water company in the USA that is quite different than its competitors. Rather focusing on profitability only, they have dedicated the humanity and the environment as well. This company was established in 2012 with an aim to change this in the whole industry, and they have already become the most awarded bottled water brand in the country.

Their flagship product, the Waiakea

According to Organic Authority, Waiakea water is regarded as the pioneer among healthy, sustainable, and charitable premium bottled water which is absolutely carbon neutral. This snowmelt and rainwater originates from Mauna Loa Volcano peak in Hawaii which is then filtered through 14,000 ft of porous lava that enhances it with minerals and electrolytes. This Waiakea spring produces the best quality water.

Since its inception, the company has been an instant success in the market. Their product is available in 2,000 stores in 30 states, and now they are on the verge of expanding internationally as well. At present, they are now launching facility in Hawaii to ensure capacity to meet increasing international demand. Their average growth is 170 %, and their value is worth $10 million. This is truly an amazing achievement for a company that it is doing things differently.

In a media event on October 25, 2015, Ryan Emmons the founder of Waiakea Water expressed his gratitude by mentioning that he was really proud that they moved from selling a few thousands to annual sales of 120,000 and this was done only in just a few years.

There are some reasons behind the immense success of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water. Some analysts has credited their sleek and patented bottle design that makes it stand out in the crowd. On the other hand, many people argue that their success is because of their business philosophy that focuses on health, sustainability, and charity.

If you didn’t know, this company donates certain amount clean drinking water to the needy people in Africa through Pumped, a humanitarian organization for every bottle they sell. Specialty Food has it that this is indeed a noble business model that is aiming for success while making a positive change in the world. Waiakea water is indeed, both the greenest and most charitable premium brand in the bottled water industry and such an immense growth is simply the outcome of their effort.

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Impressive Colors Of Lime Crime

Lime Crime is a company that offers many types of makeup for women who want to show that they are unique and beautiful no matter what they wear. You’ll find that Lime Crime offers everything from brilliant blue eyeshadow to Velvetines in bright colors that include orange and pink. There are new products being released from the company all the time. One of the latest items is the Kingdom Metallic Gold semi-matte lip gloss. It has a sparkle while on the lips and doesn’t rub off like other products. Another item is Silverbelle. It’s a matte lipstick that has a bright appearance and glistens day or night. The Black Daiquiri semi-matte lip gloss is another item that has a different look. It’s very dark and brings out other colors of makeup that you wear.


You can easily find Lime Crime products on partner websites like UrbanOutfitters, and their BeautyBay storefront. There are pictures of almost every item that you can purchase as well as pictures of the different colors so that you can see what it might look like while on the lips, eyes or fingers. This is an idea that Lime Crime founder Doe Deere had as she wants customers to post pictures of how they wear the makeup instead of simply using a simple picture that doesn’t give customers an idea as to what they can expect. It’s easy to order online from the company website by simply clicking on the items that you want to purchase and checking out, knowing that you make a purchase of an item that is cruelty-free and beautiful on the skin.   Read some examples of why this should be the right choice for you on TeenVogue.