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Hanneke Canters
Grace M. Jantzen

oneself as ‘other’, deviant from the norm, ‘not–A’, then it is impossible to put race on hold as a factor which could be sorted out later, once sexual difference has been dealt with. There are many instances: the apartheid regime in South Africa or the Nazi era in Germany, the Tutsi–Hutu conflict in Rwanda, the Palestinian–Israeli conflict. In each case and many others it could be argued that racial difference is more important than sexual difference with regard to survival and self–preservation: or, better, that sexual difference is simply undefinable without reference

in Forever fluid
Norman Bonney

of the then fifty-three member states (Rwanda joined the following year). The Queen, as Head of the Commonwealth, the Commonwealth Secretary General and the chair-in-office of the Commonwealth, President 08_Norman_Ch-8.indd 167 8/3/2013 9:01:47 AM MUP FINAL PROOF – <STAGE>, 08/03/2013, SPi 168 MONARCHY, RELIGION AND THE STATE Museveni of Uganda, addressed the themes of the observance. Images of war, floods and environmental catastrophes were played out on a flat screen as the Queen read out her Commonwealth Day message, calling for greater protection of the

in Monarchy, religion and the state
Jonathan Benthall

giving France and Rwanda the same code for ‘government restriction of religion’ – both scoring around the middle of the range – is applying too broad a brush. But Grim and Finke’s aim is to test their correlations at such a high level of generality that questioning a few of the codes for specific countries would not affect the statistical whole (nor does the omission of the United

in Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times