Canadian Military Journal, Issue 11, No 2
Author: Richard Desjardins, Manon Turgeon, Bernd Horn, JL Granatstein, Mark Tunnicliffe, Jean Martin, Tony Balasevicius, Allan English, Walt Natynczyk
Canadian Military Journal (CMJ)
This issue of the Canadian Military Journal focuses on various topics, from the Canadian Forces (CF) in 2010 and 2011, to CF transformation and CF involvement in protecting the Arctic region.
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Africa Spectrum, Vol 46, No 2
Author: Stefan Lindemann, Kristof Titeca, Ibrahim Mouiche, Saafo R Boye, Randi Kaarhus, Hans Krech, Andrea Reikat, Reinhart Kößler,
German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) /
Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation /
Hamburg University Press
This issue commences with an article on ethnic policies relating to coup avoidance in Zambia and Uganda.
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15 Dec 2010
No. 89: Film, Identity and the Marshrutka
Author: Andrey Makarychev, Nicholas M Wondra
Institute of History, University of Basel /
Center for Security Studies (CSS) /
Research Centre for East European Studies (FSOE) /
German Association for East European Studies (DGO)
This issue of the Russian Analytical Digest examines how recent Russian films about World War II play with traditional Soviet narratives of the war.
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Africa Spectrum, Vol 45, No 3
Author: Thomas Bierschenk, Eva Spies, Rose Marie Beck, Erdmute Alber, Tabea Häberlein, Jeannett Martin, Carlos Lopes, Paul Nugent, Hans Peter Hahn, Hauke Dorsch, Cassis Kilian
German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)
This edition of Africa Spectrum contains various articles discussing pertinent issues such as language sociology and urbanization, the changing nature of kinship relations, south-south cooperation in Africa, and the national identity of African count...
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Author: Daniel Martin Varisco, Gil Anidjar, Robert Irwin, Anouar Majid, Roger Owen, Lucy K Pick, Stuart Schaar, Bryan S Turner
Middle East Institute (MEI)
This paper recalls and reconsiders Edward Said’s seminal work, "Orientalism" (1978) - the critique it proffered, the controversy it aroused, and the influence it has had.
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