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2022 - Volume 16, Issue 1

Issue published: 18 March 2022
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Research Articles

Abstract This paper analyses the character of the discourse and emotions invoked in speeches delivered by prime ministers of Canada from the 9/11 terrorist attacks up until now. There is increased recognition in academic literature of the need to study emotions, because people are not rational beings...
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  • Christian Ezeibe,University of Nigeria
  • Nnamdi Mbaigbo,University of Nigeria
  • Nneka Okafor,University of Nigeria
  • Celestine Udeogu,University of Nigeria
  • Adolphus Uzodigwe,University of Nigeria
  • Usman S Ogbo,Kogi State University
  • Chika Oguonu,University of Nigeria
Abstract Previous studies have examined the impact of the relationship between international nongovernmental organisations and the military on peacekeeping operations and humanitarian programming. However, how relations between international nongovernmental organisations and military actors affect preventing/countering...
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Abstract Research on the American presidency reveals that all presidential advisory systems follow a similar pattern of change over time from standard, formal interagency structures to informal structures in which decisions are made outside the traditional interagency processes. We employ a longitudinal...
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Book Reviews

Publisher web: The Jamestown Foundation
  • Mikael Veli,Metropolitan University Prague
The geopolitical approach to the analysis of Russian foreign policy is not new nor particularly groundbreaking; however, it is an important part of understanding the Russian state and its actions. Six years since the publication of the book, the themes explored in it are still relevant. The intertwined...
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Publisher web: Indiana University Press
The scholarly origins of ethno-linguistics is always a fascinating framework of inquiry. The rapidity of any findings in this field though, being appropriated into far right nationalism devoid of scholarship and formed on superficial bullying polities of power is consistently disturbing. Balázs Ablonczy’s...
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