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SEN News on Sunday – September 29 – October 6, 2013

Al Jazeera (06/1/13) reports on the proposed formation of a Russia-led Eurasian Union (EAU), however critics have stated that this move could compromise the sovereignty and independence of Caucasus states. The Washington Post (04/10/13) reports on the recent flare up … Continue reading

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From South Sudan to Narratives of the War in Bosnia-Herzegovina

In our new mid-week tradition, we’ve selected some articles from the journal’s past issues which speak to last week’s news highlights. Language and Conflict: The Political History of Arabisation in Sudan and Algeria:  Volume 12, Issue 3, pages 427–449, December 2012 Upon decolonisation, … Continue reading

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SEN News on Sunday: July 7-14, 2013

Oman Tribune (13/7/12) reports on the fighting in South Sudan, which could spiral into “outright sectarian conflict”. The Diplomat (12/7/13) provides an insightful analysis on the causes of the recent spates of violence and protests by China’s ethnic Muslim population, … Continue reading

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