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education

Cultural Identity as a Factor in Global Disorder: The Need for Education

“The era of globalization calls for adjustments in the field of education that meet the demands of the times. Education can no longer be...
globalisation

Globalisation in a New Form

Jayshree Sengupta discusses the fate of globalisation, contrasting the expansion of global trade from the 1800s to the twentieth century post-War era, with more...
Pluralism

What is Pluralism? Brief Analytical and Historical Reflections

Akeel Bilgrami reflects on the underlying nature of pluralism, distinguishing it from liberalism and cultural relativism, and looking at its historical relationships to nationalism,...
Syria

The Syrian Conflict: Is There Light at the End of the Tunnel?

The six-year armed conflict in Syria is one of the major issues shaping the contemporary Middle East and impacting the fundamental nature of international...
family

Is the Family a Cornerstone in the World Development Process?

From an anthropological point of view, the family is a group of people who are related to each other. This sense of family can...
subjectivity

A Dialogical Perspective: Humanity, Subjectivity, and Co-Humanity

Executive Summary The world needs to work together to face many profound challenges, ranging from economic and political spheres and extending far beyond. At the...
terrorism

The Challenge of Countering Terrorism in the Gulf Region and Saudi Arabia

Terrorism is a problem facing the Persian Gulf counties that are members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) – Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, the United...
Terrorism

Terrorism in the North Caucasus

Terrorism in the North Caucasus is not only a serious challenge for the safety of Russia, but is also in danger of spreading beyond...
middle east

Reformatting the Middle East

In the year 2011, the Middle East entered a convoluted new phase of political and economic turmoil. This has led to a number of...
central asia

Terrorism, Religion and State Policy in Central Asia

The countries of Central Asia have not been immune to the global forces that have been stimulating religiously inspired violence, as some of its...

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