Do Religious Factors Impact Armed Conflict?
Author: Matthias Basedau, Georg Strüver, Johannes Vüllers, Tim Wegenast
German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
Theoretically, the “mobilization hypothesis” establishes a link between religion and conflict by arguing that religious structures such as overlapping ethnic and religious identities are prone to mobilization; once politicized, escalation to violent ...
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South African Arms Supplies to Sub-Saharan Africa
Author: Pieter D Wezeman
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
South Africa aspires to be a major player in the shaping of peace and security in Africa.
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CASD CeMiSS Quarterly Spring 2011
Author: Nicola Pedde, Paolo Quercia, Andrea Grazioso, Lucio Martino, Antonio Giustozzi, Marco Massoni, Lorenzo Striuli, Nunziante Mastrolia, Claudia Astarita, Alessandro Politi, Lorena Di Placido, Nicolò Sartori, Valerio Bosco,
Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa (CASD)
This issue addresses various topics ranging from political tensions in Iran, Syria and Yemen, the Turkish neo-Ottoman foreign policy and the Arab Spring, the geostrategic balance in Eastern Europe, the Obama Administration between Libya and Afghanist...
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