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Religiosity, Gender and Political Participation in Rural Areas of Imo State, Nigeria

This study examines the impact of religiosity on political participation of men and women in rural areas of Imo State, Nigeria. It also examines how the impact varies by gender.

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Pan-Slavism and Soft Power in Post-Cold War Southeast European International Relations: Competitive Interference and Smart Power in the European Theatre of the Clash of Civilizations

The drive for self-determination of national minorities often arbitrarily placed within state borders receives support from competing great power actors, intensifying conflict. This pattern has intensified in the nuclear era.

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"Green Revolutions" in India: Science, Agriculture, and Politics

The paper evaluates the green revolution and biotechnology led agriculture revolution in a social science perspective. It highlights the dichotomy of knowledge which places scientists over the farmers.

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Applying Esping-Andersen Typology of Welfare State in Western Balkan Countries

This paper uses hierarchical cluster analysis to assess empirically whether welfare states in the Western Balkans can be classified in any models of Esping-Andersen typology.

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Setting the International Agenda: The Case of Prenatal Sex Selection

This paper deals with the issue of prenatal sex selection and its emergence on the international community's agenda.

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How National Identity Shapes South Koreans’ Attitudes toward North Korea and Its Defectors

This paper looks at South Koreans’ attitudes toward national reunification and North Korean defectors, suggesting that the personal perceptions of national identity distinctly affect their opinions.

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Issues on Explaining Legal Recognition of Marital Rape in Islam in Pakistan

This paper generates discussion on the legal recognition of marital rape in Islam situationally contextualized for Pakistan.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and Political Studies , Volume 12, Issue 1, March 2017

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Who Is Responsible for Women's Dis-empowerment in Pakistan? Islam, Military Rule, or Women Themselves

This paper discusses the status of women in Islam, in civil and military rule and the failure of the Pakistani Government to address female disempowerment as part of national security.

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Transitional Justice in Colombia and Legal Framework for Peace: Reflections from the Viewpoint of International Humanitarian Law

This paper analyze the fight for territorial control, abuses, and acts of violence associated with the Colombian internal armed conflict. They have forced millions of Colombians to flee their homes.

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