Category Archives: Sabith Khan

Crises in the Middle East: Exploring the Shaping Role of Leader’s Perceptions

Egypt and Turkey continue to make front-page news, for different reasons. At the heart of much reporting concerning these two nations is the discourse surrounding democratization in the Middle East. A large share of the media analysis focuses on the … Continue reading

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The Modern University as A Free and Ordered Space

Giamatti, A.Bartlett, A Free and Ordered Space, The Real World of the University, W.W. Norton & Co. New York, London, 1988  As heated debate about the appropriate role and aims of the university continues today, both within the academy and in … Continue reading

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