Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Wise Agents & Organisational Moral Learning

Iznan Tarip https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.4-7 Abstract The processes of strategic change, undertaken from time to time by organisations so as to maintain its functional relevance and effectiveness, are often conflict-ridden. This is in large part due to the nature of...
Manoeuvring Power Dynamics: The Brunei Constitution 1959

Manoeuvring Power Dynamics: The Brunei Constitution 1959

Majdey Zawawi https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.3-6 Abstract Power plays an important role for progress and attaining the goals and needs of the state, and the authority to exercise power is through the constitution. Throughout the last two centuries, Brunei has undergone...
Silk and Steel: Sultanah Safiatuddin Syah of Aceh dar al-Salam

Silk and Steel: Sultanah Safiatuddin Syah of Aceh dar al-Salam

Sher Banu Khan https://doi.org/10.53105/jig.4-2 Abstract What can modern Muslims learn from Sultanah Safiatuddin Syah of Aceh dar al-Salam in the seventeenth century about conflict-resolution and peace-making? Drawing evidences from the Sultanah’s reign (1641-75),...