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

Temporal Fractures in Islamic Governance in Brunei Darussalam

Rozan YunosCurrently unavailable, coming soon. Abstract Brunei has been an Islamic nation from as far back as the 14th century and is ruled by one of the oldest monarchical dynasties in the world. Throughout the last 700 years, Brunei Darussalam faced a number of...
Silk and Steel: Sultanah Safiatuddin Syah of Aceh dar al-Salam

Manoeuvring Power Dynamics: The Brunei Constitution 1959

Majdey Zawawi 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 several manifestations of power,...

An Islam-Centric Civil Service: A Way Forward

Azaharaini Hj. Mohd. Jamil Issue 3 Paper 3 Abstract The Brunei Civil service has been expanding substantively in terms of size and the role it plays in socio-economic development since Brunei gained independence in 1984. This is made possible because of the...
Cultural Factors for Cohesive Governance

Cultural Factors for Cohesive Governance

Amin Abdul AzizCurrently unavailable, coming soon. Abstract One of the key challenges in establishing an Islamic system of governance is creating internal cohesion and external affinity. Internally, it is essential that all participants subscribe to the concept of...