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Jonathan Benthall

confined to fellow Muslims. Sister Anne-Marie Saloman, a Catholic missionary, has run a local dispensary on the edge of Gossi since 1992, when it was originally founded to care for Tuareg nomads displaced during the war. 9 This is a masterly study of the politics of education in Mali under and after

in Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times
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Moving beyond segregated localities
Madeleine Leonard

transformative impact on the existing sectarian geography of Belfast, and that the political agreement itself has been unable to affect any real transformation of the ethno-national division in society’. Murtagh ( 2008 : 4) argues that if one looks at largely middle-class South Belfast, new forms of segregation can be seen emerging based on housing tenure and class. Gaffikin et al. ( 2016 : 62) suggest that the housing regeneration

in Teens and territory in ‘post-conflict’ Belfast
Alexis Heraclides and Ada Dialla

The philhellenes Contrary to the aloofness of the powers, bar Russia, European and American public opinion had been on the Greek side almost from the beginning. What made the difference with the uprising of the Serbs in previous decades and the more recent rebellions for political rights in Spain, Portugal, Naples, Sicily, Piedmont and Sardinia (1820–21) was that the Greek uprising had become a cause célèbre , giving rise to an impressive wave of what

in Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century
Heike Wieters

” South Korean nation-state. 13 The most obvious goals – the establishment of an independent Korean government and a coordinating bureaucracy – were hampered, however, by the humanitarian crisis that complicated any kind of systematic approach. The country was living through massive political turmoil and was also witnessing the return of more than two million refugees from

in The NGO CARE and food aid From America, 1945–80
Data becoming risk information
Nathaniel O’Grady

reasons. Firstly, it furthers our understanding of the mobilisation of data because it informs us as to who and what intervenes to make data move and become operable in the FRS. And secondly, I show how decisions around what data is mobilised actually affects how risk appears. The politics of transmission, mobility, and circulation, in other words, affects what will come to appear as fire risk on those posters affixed

in Security/ Mobility
Israeli security experience as an international brand
Erella Grassiani

, and A. Thumala, 2010. ‘Consuming Security? Tools for a Sociology of Security Consumption’, Theoretical Criminology 14(1): 3–30. Gordon, N., 2008. ‘From Colonization to Separation: Exploring the Structure of Israel’s Occupation’, Third World Quarterly 29(1): 25–44. Gordon, N., 2009. The Political Economy of Israel’s Homeland Security

in Security/ Mobility
Heike Wieters

Colombia during the 1960s, thereby shedding light on CARE’s attempts to develop new forms of operation and expertise in the growing field of development consulting. From CARE food relief to community development For most of the 1950s Colombia had been a country deeply entangled in a political, economic, and social crisis. Early twentieth-century economic prosperity had been

in The NGO CARE and food aid From America, 1945–80
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A bird’s eye view of intervention with emphasis on Britain, 1875–78
Alexis Heraclides and Ada Dialla

‘Bulgarian Revival’ ( vŭzrazhdane ) 14 had taken place. The first major Bulgarian political revolutionary was Georgi Rakowski, who died of tuberculosis in 1867, but not before he put on course the idea of overthrowing Ottoman rule. He was followed by journalist Lyuben Karavelov, poet Christo Botev and the main organizer, Vasil Levski (the ‘Apostle of Freedom’). 15 Karavelov, Botev and Levski, as expatriates in Bucharest, formed the Bulgarian Revolutionary Central Committee

in Humanitarian intervention in the long nineteenth century
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Same city but a different place?
Madeleine Leonard

American steakhouse. The city has been improving all the time as demonstrated by cleaner streets and safer areas, as more teens are becoming constructively proactive in youth groups and city-wide projects. Unfortunately, today, there remain elements on both sides of the political divide that refuse to let go of the past and move on. This was demonstrated recently by riots at

in Teens and territory in ‘post-conflict’ Belfast
Daniel Stevens and Nick Vaughan-Williams

that covers politics and current affairs has a consistent influence on harbouring more threats at all levels. This echoes Ridout et al.'s ( 2008 ) finding and suggests either that the world presented on television news heightens the threat levels of its most dedicated viewers, or that threatened individuals monitor current affairs more closely. The effects of watching political and current affairs

in Everyday security threats