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The United Nations Charter and military interventionism : the case of Iraq, 2003.
The United Nations Charter clearly forbids the use of force by one state against the territorial integrity of another state. The only two exceptions are self-defense or actions authorized by the United Nations Security ...
The root causes of terrorism : an appraisal of the socio-economic determinants of Boko Haram terrorism in Nigeria.
Since 2009 the Nigerian state has been under the throes of the deadly terrorist activities of the Islamic sect formally known as Jama’atuAhlis Sunna Lidda’awati Wal-Jihad (Association for propagating the Prophet’s Teachings ...
Gender equality in South African higher education institutions : assessing determinants of policy failure. A case study on the University of KwaZulu-Natal (Howard College)
Gender equality barriers today are less obvious and more subtle than ever before and in some instance go undetected. Despite evidence of women‘s success and proven abilities, a high proportion of suitably qualified and ...
The impact of NATO interverntion in Kosovo and the changing rules of international humanitarian intervention.
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Academic integration within the context of globalization : experiences of students from the SADC region studying at Howard College (University of KwaZulu-Natal)
Migration of people has long been conceived as voluntary relocation of an individual or groups of people in pursue of better job opportunities. In the context of globalisation, the semantic of migration has been expanded ...
An investigation into the efficiency and effectiveness of the Child Support Grant distribution : a case study of Welbedacht East area in Chatsworth.
This study investigates the effectiveness of the Child Support Grant (CSG) distribution using the community of Welbedacht East (WE) in Chatsworth as a case study and explores the CSG‟s impact on grant recipients. A detailed ...
State fragility and the reign of terror in Nigeria : a case of Boko Haram terrorism.
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Land reform in South Africa : dismantling the historical legacy of the racially skewed land dispensation.
In some parts of the African continent, colonialist left a long time ago but the legacy they left exist to this day. In one way or the other they ensured that their legacy lives on even beyond independence of the African ...
Hegemonic order and regional stability in Sub-Saharan Africa : a comparative study of Nigeria and South Africa.
Barely twenty years after the end of the Cold War, the international political system has experienced an unanticipated shift from a United States (US) led unipolar global order to a new order marked by its fresh wave of ...
The effectiveness of re-integration of female ex-combatants : Rwanda as a case study.
The disarmament, demobilization, reintegration and reinsertion of ex-combatants generally and female ex-combatants specifically constitute one of the most fundamental activities in the 1994 post-genocide and war period in ...