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J. Monballyu

-generaal best op als één voortgezet brigandage-misdrijf, dat dan ook het best in één strafproces werd berecht. Het crimineel gerechtshof van het Leiedepartement ging met dit voorstel akkoord en gebruikte daarbij in zijn motivatie letterlijk de woorden van de procureur-generaal 20 . Wanneer die vervolgende

Qazaqlïq, or Ambitious Brigandage, and the Formation of the Qazaqs

State and Identity in Post-Mongol Central Eurasia

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Joo-Yup Lee

In Qazaqlïq, or Ambitious Brigandage, and the Formation of the Qazaqs Joo-Yup Lee examines the formation of new group identities, with a focus on the Qazaqs, in post-Mongol Central Eurasia within the context of qazaqlïq, or the qazaq way of life, a custom of political vagabondage widespread among the Turko-Mongolian peoples of Central Asia and the Qipchaq Steppe during the post-Mongol period.

Utilizing a broad range of original sources, the book suggests that the Qazaqs, as well as the Shibanid Uzbeks and Ukrainian Cossacks, came into existence as a result of the qazaq, or “ambitious brigand,” activities of their founders, providing a new paradigm for understanding state formation and identity in post-Mongol Central Eurasia.

Fred Dallmayr

all, if it is inspired by such motives as “lust for power, ambition or desire for revenge” it is not war but mere brigandage. The second text expands the critique of unrestricted warfare into a critique of some pretended justi fi cations of war — especially arguments blaming a corrupt “human nature” or

Subverting Nationalism

Historicizing Horrors of the Past in Femi Fatoba’s They Said I Abused the Government and Wole Soyinka’s Samarkand and Other Markets I Have Known

Niyi Akingbe

perception of Nigeria in Fatoba’s and Soyinka’s poetry, as a pseudo-nation struggling against military brigandage, corruption, and the constant threat of disintegration in its federating units. This reverberation of postcolonial disillusionment in Nigeria’s nationhood has equally been argued by Sanya Osha

Heffening

(a.) “thief. Muslim legal theory distinguishes between al-sirḳa al-ṣug̲h̲rā (theft) and al-sirḳa al-kubrā (highway robbery or brigandage).

Heffening, W.

(a.), le vol, nom d’agent Sāriḳ, le voleur. La théorie islamique établit une distinction entre al-sariḳa al-ṣug̲h̲rā (le vol) et al-sariḳa al-kubrā (le vol de grands chemins, le brigandage).

Chaniotis, A., Corsten, T., Papazarkadas, N. and Tybout, R.A.

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Chaniotis, A., Corsten, T., Papazarkadas, N. and Tybout, R.A.

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Beyrer, Klaus

 arsonist bands of the 16th century were responsible for the first high point in the history of brigandage. For a token fee, out-of-work mercenaries (Landsknecht) ransacked farms and entire villages, plundered them...

Lange, Christian

Capital punishment in Islamic law is specified for the crimes of apostasy, illicit sexual relations, brigandage, and intentional homicide. Despite the fact that the legal doctrine of the qāḍī’s “discretionary punishment” (taʿzīr) generally precludes the death penalty, Muslim jurists gradually