If I am referring to a specific country's constitution, but not to America's, should the word 'constitution' be capitalised or not?
Edit: I think that giving an example would help make my question more clear.
"In China's 1978 Constitution, we can see that..."
I have seen 'constitution' capitalised often when referring to America's constitution. In this case, however, I do not want to refer to the American constitution, so my question is: should I or should I not capitalise 'constitution' here?