South African Crime Quarterly, No 47
Author: Stacy Moreland, Alexandra Hiropoulos, Jeremy Porter, Heidi Barnes, Geoff Harris, Crispin Hemson, Sylvia Kaye, Hema Hargovan
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This issue of South Africa Crime Quarterly features articles on: 1) the definition and interpretation of rape in South African courts; 2) the Geographic Information System (GIS) as a tool for examining studying patterns of crime occurrence; 3) the Co...
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Al Nakhlah - Spring 2014
Author: Jack Berger, Ameya Naik, Dallin Van Leuven, Elissar Harati
Al Nakhlah /
Fletcher School, Tufts University
This issue of Al Nakhlah includes 1) an article on the transitional justice and peace process in Egypt in spring 2014; 2) a summary of the Aga Khan’s speech on the impact of advances in information and communication technology on society; and 3) a tr...
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Conflict Trends, Issue 3 (2014)
Author: Daniel Agbiboa, Michael J Arensen, Ingrid Marie Breidlid, Benjamin Maiangwa, Moe Mashiko, Christine Mutisya, Fritz Nganje, Cecile Pentori, Dennis J D Sandole, Kizito Sikuka, Ingrid Staroste, William Tsuma, Christopher Tuckwood, Franzisca Zanker
African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD)
This issue of Conflict Trends contains articles on 1) South Africa and South-South approaches to post-conflict development in Africa; 2) Liberia’s rocky path towards decentralization; 3) information and communications technology in peacebuilding; 4) ...
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Social Media in Syria’s Uprising and Post-Revolution Libya
Author: Masudul Biswas, Carrie Sipes
Arab Media and Society (AMS)
This paper studies the tweets and posts made by political protest movements in Libya and Syria on Twitter and Facebook both during and after the 2011 uprisings in these countries.
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