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Citizens or subjects? : a study of the political culture of students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College.
The youth are a group of particular importance in politics because they represent the future leaders and voters. To investigate the political culture of students at Howard College a representative sample of students was ...
Advancing women's rights discourses in conflict regions : a case study of the northern Uganda crisis.
Violence in Northern Uganda perpetrated by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) has continued for over two decades. Women and children have thus remained the most vulnerable, subjected human rights violations. In Northern ...
From autonomy to independence : the challenges of nation-building in South Sudan.
This study explores the dynamic process of the now Republic of South Sudan‘s achievement of independence after years of autonomy, with a focus on the challenges confronting nation-building efforts in the world‘s youngest ...
Military intervention and international law : a critical analysis of the role of the international community in political uprisings in Libya and Syria.
The role of the international community in internal crises of sovereign states has been a subject of great debate in international relations studies. The legality and morality (from a United Nations Charter and customary ...
Exploring institutional capacity of the State to facilitate economic development in Nigeria : lessons from Malaysia.
This research appraises the connexion between the institutional state and economic performance (growth and development) while focusing on the countries of Malaysia and Nigeria. The largely explorative study takes cue from ...
Determinants of successful secessions in post-colonial Africa : analyzing the cases of Eritrea and South Sudan.
Post-colonial Africa has been riddled by numerous secessionist conflicts. Since the dawn of independence in the 1960s a number of African countries have experienced rebellions involving ethno-linguistic groups or marginalized ...