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Nadia Hachimi Alaoui

participation of members’, was formalised. 16 This system was completed, at the setting up of the think tank in January, by the organisation of a ‘harmonisation meeting’ in the wilaya , with all the members of the working groups present, in order to identify the working areas for the committees that comprised

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Fariba Adelkhah

periods, pragmatically using, to its advantage, the local balance of power between institutions, between social and ethnic groups, and between commanders. In reality, over and above the make-believe discourse presented to foreign donors, this policy has led to a centralisation of the land allocation

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Adriana Kemp and Talia Margalit

the obligations to finance and develop public spaces were extended ( Margalit, 2014 ). Since 1998 to date, Mayor Ron Huldai’s administration has solidified these practices albeit in many more and much higher tower schemes, and presented preservation, open spaces, and infrastructure improvements as the

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Marie Vannetzel

entrenched Islamic sector was effective, this does not mean that the regime’s supporters were not also present there. Many pious local ndp notables founded and ran Islamic charitable associations, or ran the boards of mosques, zakat committees and so on. Moreover, a large number of charitable

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Anouck Gabriela Côrte-réal Pinto

1 Introduction The coming to power in Turkey in 2002 of the Justice and Development Party ( Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi , akp ), an offshoot of political Islam, is generally presented as the culmination of neo-liberal reforms in Turkey. These reforms, it is said, marked the end of the military

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Ayşe Buğra

criticism of the sub-discipline. The demise of development economics was celebrated with the confident affirmation of the superiority of neo-classical economics and market-oriented policies. D. Lal’s Poverty of Development Economics , which presented a particularly ferocious attack against what he called

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Yasmine Berriane

prominent place in the Millennium Development Goals set out and promoted by major international organisations that place human development at the heart of their actions and objectives. The work of Karl Polanyi (2001 [1957]) , presented by Ayşe Buğra in this volume, encourages us to think of these different

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Merieme Yafout

project sponsored by awi since the 1980s. According to this project, the individual must change from within to realise his or her spiritual journey to God. But change from within can only be achieved if the individual has not suffered from injustice. Thus, education is presented as a multidimensional

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Nora Lafi

considered in historiography as an indolent periphery of hard-working Europe, resistant to the industrial application of technological progress for reasons often reified in a static perception of local anthropology, it has been shown that the characters of proto-industrialisation were indeed present at the

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Irene Bono and Béatrice Hibou

development and conflict, in which the two terms are presented as two contradictory phenomena. However, it is still difficult to provide an overview of the different ways in which the relationship between these two phenomena has been understood over time. If we take the view that the discontent, social