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Author: Mark McPherson
Publisher: IdN
Keywords: america, australia, hijacked
Number of Pages: 22
Published: 2008-04-30
ISBN-10: 9889959135
ISBN-13: 9789889959135

Hijacked brings together, for the first time, an uncompromising movement of international cultural exchange. Presenting the most diverse and provocative new photography from Australia and America, the book erases traditional boundaries between artists, professionals and emerging talent in order to point towards the future of contemporary photography.

Author: Peter Chalk
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: rand, dynamic, counterinsurgency, study, paper, evolving, conflict, insurgency, muslim, southern, thailand, understanding, malay
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2008
ISBN-10: 0833044680
ISBN-13: 9780833044686

Current unrest in the Malay-Muslim provinces of southern Thailand has captured growing national, regional, and international attention due to the heightened tempo and scale of rebel attacks, the increasingly jihadist undertone that has come to characterize insurgent actions, and the central government’s often brutal handling of the situation on the ground. Of particular note are growing concerns that the conflict is no longer purely local in nature but has been systematically hijacked by outside extremists to avail wider transnational Islamist designs in southeast Asia. No concrete evide

Authors: Mokubung Nkomo, Derrick Swartz, Botshabelo Maja
Publisher: HSRC Press
Keywords: possibility, realm
Number of Pages: 184
Published: 2006-01-02
ISBN-10: 0796921555
ISBN-13: 9780796921550

"Past, present, and future is what this book documents and reveals about higher education in South Africa. Because place and space have contextual effects, the story of university education is told through the experiences of two schools - the University of Fort Hare and the University of the North; they are both similar and different. We are continuously reminded of the complexity of education in a democratic nation-state because of its two-fold goal of individual enhancement and community advancement. The consensus of the authors in this volume is that higher education as an institution in So
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