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Regulating Political Parties

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ISBN: 9789087282189 9789087282950 Year: DOI: doi.org/10.24415/9789087282189 Language: English
Publisher: Leiden University Press Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 101211
Subject: Political Science
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Regulating Political Parties provides a novel and valuable contribution to the existing literature on political parties by discussing the various dimensions of party law and regulation, in Europe and other regions of the world. By bringing together international experts from the disciplines of law and political science, this volume addresses from an interdisciplinary and comparative point of view what has long been a notable lacuna in the study of political parties.

Islam, Politics and Change

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Book Series: Debates on Islam and Society ISBN: 9789087282493 9789087282387 Year: Pages: 352 DOI: 10.26530/OAPEN_605451 Language: English
Publisher: Leiden University Press Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 103479
Subject: Religion --- History
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After violent protests all over the country had forced President Suharto to step down in 1998, Indonesia successfully made the transition from an authoritarian state to a democracy. In this book Indonesian scholars attached to Islamic universities and Dutch researchers investigate what happened since and what the consequences are of the growing influence of orthodoxy and radicalism, which already visible before 1998, only got stronger.

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Terrorists on Trial

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ISBN: 9789087282400 9789087283285 9789400602366 Year: Language: English
Publisher: Leiden University Press Grant: Knowledge Unlatched - 102112
Subject: Political Science
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Terrorism trials are an exceptional opportunity for better understanding and, hence, countering terrorism, since they are often the only place where most if not all of the actors of a terrorist incident meet again, and where the media report and broadcast their respective accounts. Seeing terrorism trials as a stage where legal instruments are used (and abused) to argue the validity of contested political constructs, this study presents a performative perspective to draw attention to the mechanisms and effects of terrorism trials in and outside the courtroom. With a special focus on how the power of these performances may in turn shape new narratives of justice and/or injustice, it offers vital insights into terrorism trials directed involving different types of terrorism suspects, from left-wing to ethno-nationalist and jihadist terrorists, in Spain, Russia, Germany, the Netherlands, and the US.

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