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Islamism & Global Ethics

In a recent piece published on the Open Democracy website, Kerem Oktem of the Oxford University claims that the end of 'Islamism with a human face' in Turkey might be coming to an end.Places in context of recent trends in Egypt (and the Middle East in general) the article may raise a number of ethical questions about the transition of power from rigid but largely secular autocrats to…See More
Dec 27, 2012
Eldar Sarajlic posted a blog post

Islamism & Global Ethics

In a recent piece published on the Open Democracy website, Kerem Oktem of the Oxford University claims that the end of 'Islamism with a human face' in Turkey might be coming to an end.Places in context of recent trends in Egypt (and the Middle East in general) the article may raise a number of ethical questions about the transition of power from rigid but largely secular autocrats to…See More
Dec 27, 2012
Eldar Sarajlic posted a blog post

Citizenship and Social Justice

Here is a link to my recent working paper on citizenship and social justice:Citizenship and Social Justice in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and SerbiaIn this paper, I focus on the ways that distribution of social resources is framed by particular citizenship policies and implicit views of justice in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia, the…See More
Dec 20, 2012
Eldar Sarajlic posted a status
"Trust in International Relations, BISA-PGN Postgraduate Conference, 19 June 2013, Birmingham, http://ning.it/WbLuSs"
Dec 14, 2012
Eldar Sarajlic is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Dec 14, 2012

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What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Culture, Democracy, Ethics, Human Rights, Justice
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am a PhD Candidate in Political Theory and I am interested in competing interpretations of liberalism and ethical dimensions of different political and social phenomena that have global significance. I advocate a critical approach to some of the defining liberal themes, such as personal autonomy, limits of institutional interference in individual affairs and state neutrality. I also write about issues of citizenship in Southeastern Europe. In a recent study, I analyzed the overlapping citizenship regimes in the Balkans in relation to dominant notions and principles of social justice.I hope to exchange some ideas and learn about other people's interest and research through the Global Ethics Network

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Islamism & Global Ethics

Posted on December 26, 2012 at 10:24pm 0 Comments

In a recent piece published on the Open Democracy website, Kerem Oktem of the Oxford University claims that the end of 'Islamism with a human face' in Turkey might be coming to an end.

Places in context of recent trends in Egypt (and the Middle East in general) the article may raise a number of ethical questions about the transition of power from rigid but largely…

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Citizenship and Social Justice

Posted on December 19, 2012 at 10:33pm 0 Comments

Here is a link to my recent working paper on citizenship and social justice:

Citizenship and Social Justice in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia

In this paper, I focus on the ways that distribution of social resources is framed by particular citizenship policies and implicit views of justice in Croatia, Bosnia and…

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