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An Arendtian articulation of the revolutionary uprising in Tunisia : the power of action and vindication of social justice
The current thesis asks the question ‘how can the revolutionary uprising in Tunisia be interpreted through the lens of Hannah Arendt’s political thought, and what can these historical events offer in terms of insight and ...
Water and the Arab Uprisings: the human right to water and sanitation in post-transition Egypt
This thesis analyses the water and sanitation crisis through the human rights lens in the context of the Egyptian uprisings of 2011. It introduces a tripartite approach, the water – human rights – governance nexus offering ...
Key challenges and undermining factors of the EUs promotion of democracy and human rights in Central Asia
In this work the following research question will be addressed: What are the undermining factors, both internally (within the EU) and locally (within the Central Asian region) of effective promotion of democracy and human ...
The European Unions balancing act between norms and interests in its Southern neighbourhood : an analysis of explanatory factors behind inconsistent human rights and democratisation policies of the EU in Northern Africa
The events of the ‘Arab Spring’ and especially the initial uprisings in Northern Africa have uncovered the EU’s policies towards the region and the often inconsistent balancing of the EU’s treaty-based norms of human rights ...
Democracy and human rights on the way of transition : case study Republic of Croatia: does Croatia meet political criteria of guaranteeing democracy and human rights with a view to the country’s accession into the European Union?
After almost six years of negotiations, member states of the European Union on 24th June 2011 decided that Croatia is finally ready for ending of negotiation process for European Union membership, just before Croatian ...