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Interview – Prince El-Waleed M. Madibo

Interview – Prince El-Waleed M. Madibo

Prince Madibo talks about constructing and running a government in Sudan, the importance of coexistence, and theory and practice of development.

Governing the Time of the World

Governing the Time of the World

Global time, principally Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), is the product of global governors operating in and through sociotechnical assemblages.

What is Islamic Democracy? The Three Cs of Islamic Governance

What is Islamic Democracy? The Three Cs of Islamic Governance

Democracy is inherent to Islamic values and Islamic historical experience. 
Muslims must revisit their sources and re-understand them without a bias against things.

Beyond Arms and Beards: Local Governance of ISIS in Syria

Beyond Arms and Beards: Local Governance of ISIS in Syria

Syria presents complex governance dynamics. Without investing in local dynamics alongside the international dynamics sustainability, anti-ISIS plans are doomed to fail.

Review – The Migration Industry

Review – The Migration Industry

Gammeltoft-Hansen and Nyberg Sørensen’s volume expertly weaves together case studies which offer a contextualised account of roles, conflicts & practices in the migration industry.

South Sudan a Year On: Statehood in Perspective

South Sudan a Year On: Statehood in Perspective

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the South Sudanese state’s creation, the country is still plagued with many of the issues it has faced for decades. Indeed, it’s only because we have inflated expectations of states that we believed it would be any different.

(Mis)Stating Palestine

(Mis)Stating Palestine

The Palestinian Authority’s reforms have appeared to make it into a fierce entity. In actuality, they conceal deeper weaknesses in the organization which need to be addressed.

Mumbai Terrorist Attacks – A Question of Governance

Mumbai Terrorist Attacks – A Question of Governance

The slaughter of civilians in Mumbai by terrorists in November 2008 has once again vitiated the relationship between India and Pakistan in what is the fourth major crisis between them since the two countries became nuclear powers in the late 1980s.

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