The Evolution of the Muslim State

Volume 5, Issue 1, December 2019


 

 

OF SILK AND STEEL: A CASE-STUDY ON ISLAMIC CONFLICT RESOLUTION STRATEGIES IN ACEH DAR AL-SALAM IN THE 17TH CENTURY

Sher Banu A. L. Khan

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), this paper delineates the approaches, methods and principles this queen…

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ASCENDENCY OF CHINA AND MANAGING POSSIBILITY OF CONFLICTS WITH MUSLIM NATIONS: A PRELIMINARY DISCUSSION

Abdul Halim Abdul Karim

This paper is a preliminary discussion regarding the ascendancy of China, focusing on managing and avoiding conflicts with Muslim countries. It will look at a range of angles: socio-economic, cultural as well as religious underpinnings across Islamic and Chinese Thought…

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WISE AGENTS AND ORGANISATIONAL MORAL LEARNING

Iznan Tarip

There have been many cases of corporate corruptions around the world, such as genocide, pollution, workplace inequality and abuse, and is affecting not only their immediate surroundings but can also ripple throughout the world. It is important thus that institutions and organisations…

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SOME NOTES ON THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AND DEFENCE LANDSCAPE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TERRORISM

Amin Abdul Aziz & Alawi Shahrin

his paper discusses the dynamics of the current security and defence landscape (SDL), viewed from within the framework of the rules-based international order (RBIO), with particular focus given to the terrorism phenomenon. To better understand the undercurrents of the international…

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