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Nassef Manabilang Adiong

Nassef Manabilang Adiong
Co-IRIS (International Relations and Islamic Studies Research Cohort) · International Relations and Islam

PhD

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This edited volume conceives of International Relations (IR) not as a unilateral project, but more as an intellectual platform. It is in this vein of thought that each contributor explores Islamic contributions to the field, addressing the theories and practices of the Islamic civilization and of Muslim societies with regards to international affai...
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The common understanding of nationalism, which is sometimes synonymous with patriotism, is the sense of belonging and strong identification of an individual to a group of people or community within a polity such as nation or state. According to Ernest Gellner, it is primarily a political principle that considers that the political and national unit...
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The State of Qatar is a small peninsula situated in the Persian Gulf and located west of Saudi Arabia, northeast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), southeast of Kuwait and Iraq, and southwest of Iran. It is an emirate (a territory ruled by an emir, who is the head of a royal family) with a mix of sharia (Islamic law) and a civil code of law compris...
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In this period, the Suez Canal was regarded as the navigational and trade route that connects two continents, Asia and Europe. It is an artificial (human-made) waterway system that cuts through the territories of Egypt and serves as the link between two seas - the Mediterranean Sea, from Port Said beside the Al Qabuti territory of Egypt adjacent to...
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The speech act made by the U.S. and Israel has been a tremendous effective instrument in convincing the world that the ambition of Iran of acquiring nuclear energy is capable to become an existential threat to the whole world. It is in this regard that the proponent had scrutinized how the U.S. and Israel securitized Iran's nuclear issue. The Copen...
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The speech act made by the U.S. and Israel has been a tremendous effective instrument in convincing the world that the ambition of Iran of acquiring nuclear energy is capable to become an existential threat to the West Asian region and to the whole world that adhered to the concept of peaceful coexistence. It is in this regard that the proponent ha...
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This essay simply presents limited findings of understanding whether there are elements of comparison between Islamism and Zionism. It will first introduce their history very briefly, then, survey some of selected thinkers and their contributions to the literature, and lastly, finding elements of tangency or mutual comparisons from their extracted...
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This stimulating book stipulates the evolution of humanitarian intervention and her idea on human security as a paradigm. It also includes essays that explained the impact of globalization on the emerging shift of traditional to human security. She regarded human security as an encompassing notion that includes both securitization and development....
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The paper aims to present a probable humanitarian intervention as framework of human security. It objectifies humanitarian intervention as an element that will make human security autonomous but not separate nor fully independent from non-traditional security. Several literatures confuses the two terms as synonymous with each other, where others di...
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This paper will examine the determining factors through the questions posited in the course outline regarding a gradual change of focus of U.S. foreign policy from terrorism to citing fomenting predictions and future tenses that China would be a ‘threat’ in the Asia-Pacific region as well to the world. Utilizing ‘Hedging,’ one of foreign policy’s o...
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The same peculiarity as the first paper was entailed subject to delimitations provided by the syllabus, this study will entirely focus on oil security, its political and economic adversaries concomitant with the foreign policy of Iran towards OPEC. It will explain the dynamics and mechanisms on how policies in Iran are extensively constructed espec...
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Repsol Exploration Murzuq S.A. (REMSA) is one of the largest foreign operators in Libya (GSPLAJ). At mid of 2005 REMSA started an ambitious exploratory program in Murzuq Basin and quite recently drilled several exploratory wells in Kufra Basin. Data ac
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In its broadest and academic term, “security” has been defined contemporarily by Buzan and Wæver (1998) as being that special type of politics in which specified developments are socially constructed threats, having an existential quality to cover values and/or assets of human collectivities and leading to a call for emergency measures. However,...
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In its broadest and academic term, “security” has been defined contemporarily by Buzan and Wæver (1998) as being that special type of politics in which specified developments are socially constructed threats, having an existential quality to cover values and/or assets of human collectivities, and leading to a call for emergency measures.
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Caveat: The title above is quite absurd due to the fact that in the traditional sense of defining security, any country aspiring for weapons of mass destruction or WMD, which obviously nuclear used for developing weapons, is part and parcel of that nexus and is apparently a security issue; in other words it doesn’t need the securitization process....
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The paper aims to present a constitutive constructivist interpretation of the Palestinian refugee question by examining the speeches and other public documents. The proponent questions the perennial inadequacy of mainstream theories particularly realism, thus its purpose is to present an alternative theoretical framework, and with the help of a met...
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This manual is a compilation of case studies related to practices in international diplomacy and negotiations. Each case study presents the background and outcome of the negotiation; discusses the relevant theories and perspectives; and offers recommendations on good practices in negotiations. Through this manual, students of foreign relations and...
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Sociology as an Independent Science of Society that deals with the social phenomena of man's life, human society, and is particularly concerned with understanding the causes of man‟s action and their effects. Its scientific method is more practical than theoretical, which is centered on the idea of cause and effect. And concerned on how social phen...
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The researcher is investigating on the perceptions of the three leaders in maneuvering and speeding up the legislation of the controversial USA PATRIOT Act that after the infamous Sept. 9, 2001 event, this act was enacted in less than one month and thirteen days in the Senate and was approved (Oct. 26, 2001) by Pres. Bush immediately.
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This monograph faces the question why the United Kingdom ‘opted out’ of the European Monetary and Economic Union (EMU). Then, an analysis will be drawn in accordance to the advantages and the disadvantages of the EMU for UK’s economic and business environment.
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In the indicated foreword letter of Janice Stevens (2008), she announced the target of the Department of Health to halve the number of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteraemia by this year. As an infection control nurse, this monograph will discuss about MRSA which requires a stringent study to mitigate and control such perpet...
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This paper entails different views perpetuated by Bernard Lewis and Edward Said on the pedagogy of Islam and of the West. This is about two warring factions in Middle East Studies academia, battling their ideas for more than 2 decades. It will also explicitly try to compare their personal profiles to see how at par and well-educated are they congru...
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The need for a unified Islamic identity was a product of the challenges posed by Western intervention in and domination of Muslim societies during the colonialist period. Leaders throughout the Muslim world appealed to the Islamic tradition to solidify public opposition to foreign occupation and thereby gain political independence. Pan-Islamism use...
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This book represents a chronological account of opposing ideologies between the Moderates and Puritans of the Islamic faith. The author posited a claim that Puritans dominate Moderates in a politico-power dynamics game. He is also distraught with the illogical misconceptions of some non-Muslims, albeit to misunderstanding the Islamic theology.
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This study will be composed of two presentations; the first one is a personal narratives differences between two prominent personalities in the league of ulamas about perceptions on Islamic theology and contemporary plight of Muslims in the Philippines. One is a full-fledged Muslim in the person of Uztadz Muhammad H. Cana, while the other one is a...
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This paper will focused on the historical antecedents of actors involved in creating and developing Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and what are the differences amongst them. The timeline will begin in the aftermath of the Ottoman Empire that materialized into the advent of the European colonizations and birth of nation-states. Revoluti...
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One can crucially think and intellectually assumed that the civilization of the Arabs brought a medieval golden age that unified the whole West and South Asia, Northern Africa, and Southeastern Europe; stretching from Mesopotamia (Iraq), Persia (Iran), Asia Minor (Turkey), Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, and India to the backdoors of the European con...
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The researcher is investigating on the perceptions of the three leaders in maneuvering and speeding up the legislation of the controversial USA PATRIOT Act that after the infamous Sept. 9, 2001 event, this act was enacted in less than one month and thirteen days in the Senate and approved (Oct. 26, 2001) by Pres. Bush immediately. The purpose of...
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Throughout history, Islam has been interpreted in various often discordant and conflicting ways. The debates over the question of authority and legitimacy to speak for and thus define Islam are particularly intense in contemporary times. As a result, confusion and perplexed comprehensions exist among Muslims and non-Muslims alike as to what ‘Islam’...
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Vita. Thesis (doctoral)--University of the Philippines Systems, 1989. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 142-153). Photocopy.

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