The problem of water scarcity puts an undeniable blight on the lives of millions of people, including in Jordan which has been ranked tenth out of the seventeen states in [...]
Biscuit Theory was a flash in the pan. It erupted as an attempt to explain why and how civil society organisations (CSOs) work together, and disappeared just as quickly in [...]
The attacks of September 11th, 2001 did not result in an immediate substantive alteration to the lives of most people in the world. It is difficult to find something positive [...]
Introduction: The SOFAZ Project “Oil is a major wealth of Azerbaijan which belongs not only to this generation, but also to future generations,” according to the former President [...]
Peter Hagen asks what happens when the separate worlds of global politics and the work of Civil Society Organisations come together.
Syria is beset by an historic problem of weak state institutions, with the exception of those state and quasi-state forces through which the ruling Assad dynasty has exercised its power. [...]
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