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Jul 16, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Between the Borders and Internal Control: The Evolving Character of the Nation State in a Transnationalist Pastoralist Zone: A Case Study of the Turkana of Kenya and Karamojong of Uganda

Olang Sana, Adams Oloo
This paper sets out to analyze the impact of nation-state modernity on the pastoral Turkana and Karamojong communities of Kenya and Uganda respectively. Focusing on two defining features of a nation-state, that is, borders and internal control, the study explores how and to what extent the political and security organization of the traditional pastoral communities have been transformed as a result of the natio
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Jul 05, 2019Open    AccessArticle

South Korea’s ASEAN Foreign Policy Overcame Growth Strategy

Kim Han Su
The core of the foreign policy of Moon Jane’s government is the foundation of the “Peace Process of the Korean Peninsula”. At the center of the system configuration, it starts from East Asia, and the core of East Asia starts from ASEAN. This paper argues that cooperation with ASEAN is important for the completion of the establishment of the “Peace process of the Korean Peninsula”. In order to expand cooperation in various fields s
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Jul 04, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Ethnic Identity and Constitutional Reprentative Governance in Nigeria

Aborisade Olasunkanmi
The work focuses on ethnic identity and constitutional representative govern-ance in Nigeria and how it has been aided or impeded by ethnic politics. De-mocracy, in the liberal perspective, is government by popular representation; a form of government in which the supreme power is retained by the people, but is indirectly exercised through a system of representation and delegated authority periodically renewed; a constitutional re
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Jun 28, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Interrogating Structural Conflicts and Constitutionalism in Nigeria

Aborisade Olasunkanmi
This work focuses on structural conflicts and constitutionalism in Nigeria. The research shows that structural conflict is endemic in Nigeria. The work gives many examples of this action as they occur. Constitutionalism on the other hands, is a commitment to the laid down rules. Constitutionalism seeks to provide for a politico-economic order that is inclusive, equitable and responsive to the divergent interests in the society thr
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Apr 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Non-Military Cooperation Plan for ASEAN Regional Disasters

Kim Han Su
This study describes military cooperation on disasters in the ASEAN region. It is necessary to examine the disaster response issues in ASEAN through the cases after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. It also seeks to strengthen the response mechanism and to consider the contributions of military support and cooperation. In this study, ASEAN claims that military support for effective disaster response is the mo
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Feb 19, 2019Open    AccessArticle

New Thoughts on Leaders in the New Era

Xuzhi Zhao
The new era requires vigorous selection of cadres who dare to act as cou-rageous and courageous leaders. Leaders must assume the new mission entrusted by the new era and must have the leadership and art of knowing others. Knowing people and being good and knowing is the premise, and good deeds are the key. Knowing people’s good deeds is of great significance to the development of a unit’s cause. Leaders must overcome many problems
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Nov 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Dynamics of Change Agenda: The Contemporary Experience

Olusola Igbari
Change is a universal phenomenon and an inevitable human experience which consequences can either be negative or positive. It is the only thing that is per-manent in the journey of life of every individual created by God. The place of change in the leadership of any religious organisation or in any political party as it were cannot be over emphasized. The change is in all human facets, phys-ically, spiritually, economically, polit
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Nov 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Contemporary United States Workplace: An Analysis of Racial Segregation Perceptions

Richard Lewis Jr., Joanne Ford-Robertson, Chandler Greenfield
This study examines the perceptions of those employed regarding racial segre-gation in the contemporary American workplace. General Social Survey (GSS) information collected in 2016 was used to focus on perceptions of individuals who are currently working. A variety of variables including age, gender, race, educational attainment, personal income, and work status were utilized as con-trol variables. Conflict theory, in conjunction
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Aug 22, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Perceived Leadership Styles of Division Chiefs and Department Heads of the Local Government Unit of Cabanatuan City in the Philippines

Maridel Z. Viernes, Christian P. Binuya, Marichris S. Lanorio, Anthony B. San Pedro
Leadership styles are as old as human civilization. From the city state of polis to the modern public governance era, leadership style steers up the organization to a higher level of productivity. It breeds cooperation and motivation among employees. Leadership is essential in the organization. While leadership is different from person to person, it is affected by perception. These perceptions influence expectancies and elicit act
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Mar 15, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Modern Welfare State and Social Democracy: Interdependence and Policy Importance

Emmanouil Mavrozacharakis, Stylianos Ioannis Tzagkarakis
Social democratic parties during the early stages of their development have accepted capitalism and have considered the welfare state as a tool in order to indirectly achieve the goals of social justice and cohesion. In the first half of the 20th century, the welfare state was the basic tool for the implementation of the social democratic ideas, but after the oil crises of the 1970s and more intensively during the last thre
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