Monthly Archives: June 2013

Settlement by Roddy Cowie

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Ghost Music by Roddy Cowie

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The Return of Julius Malema, the Revolutionary

By Duncan Scott   University of Aberdeen   18/06/2013   A week ago today, the former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema announced he has launched a ‘party political platform’ – a forum to consult South Africans and gauge support … Continue reading

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‘Grinding’ democracy in postconflict societies

Duncan Scott University of Aberdeen   12/6/2013 Many times in the past few years the news media, political commentators, and politicians have described South Africa – unemployed youth in particular – as ‘a ticking time bomb’. I refer to South … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a moral beacon?

Professor John Brewer Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice   7/6/2013  I have had a busy day at two conferences. In the morning I attended the Sinn Fein conference in the Europa Hotel on Belfast as … Continue reading

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Victims Can be Moral Victims, part 2

Professor John Brewer, Queen’s University Belfast  & Professor Bernie Hayes, University of Aberdeen 2nd June 2013   In a second piece of research reported by us, using data from the 2010 Northern Ireland Election Survey, we have further evidence that … Continue reading

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