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Maintaining public trust in the governance of migration

Executive Summary As governments around the world face increasingly complex migration challenges, the difference between success and failure can often hinge on the ability of...
global communication order

Constructing a New Global Communication Order

Daya Thussu explores the exponential growth of digital communication in India and China, the significance of the rise of Asian countries for the exchange...
media ethics

Aspects of Global Media Ethics: Protonorms and Listening

The globalisation of media industries, the internationalisation of media studies, and geopolitical shifts that affect information flows and counter-flows, have led to the realisation...

Dreams for the World, ‘Made in China’

Establishing a deeper understanding of the One Belt, One Road initiative than is often employed by the international community, Maxim Mikhalev uses influential Chinese...

Humanizing Humanity: For a Post-Secular Humanism

Even today, with the numerous advancements that humankind has made, a unanimous understanding of “humanity” eludes us. Drawing from the concepts of renowned philosophers...

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 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...

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,...

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...

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...