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Terrorism and Political Violence in Spain
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Western Sahara: The Refugee Nation
Introduction Chapter 1: From Cuba to Villa Cisneros: The construction of the Spanish neo-colonial space in the Sahara Chapter 2: From Spanish Province to Non-Self Governing Territory: TheExpand
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Nationalism, identity and citizenship in the Western Sahara
This article explores the processes of development and naturalisation of the Saharawi national identity that emerged during the 1970s under the leadership of the Frente Polisario and argues that inExpand
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The largest prison in the world: landmines, walls, UXOs and the UN’s role in the Western Sahara
In the winter of 1975, several thousand Saharawi refugees gathered in Um Dreiga, fleeing from advancing Moroccan and Mauritanian troops. Spain had hastily abandoned its Western Sahara colony withoutExpand
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Briefing:Western Sahara: road to perdition?
AT THE TIME OF WRITING,1 HOPES FOR A PEACEFUL SOLUTION to the enduring conflict of the Western Sahara are evaporating. If there is no plausible advance in the peace process before the end of 2004,Expand
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‘¡Estos locos cubarauis!’: the Hispanisation of Saharawi society (… after Spain)
It can be argued that the Western Sahara forms part of the Hispanic world, not only linguistically but also culturally, despite being an African, Arab and Muslim society. However, the process ofExpand
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Exploring the Enlightenment from Intellectual History and Critical Theory: A Case Study of Hybrid Methodologies in Literary Criticism
This essay is a reflection on the methodological problems that arise when critical theory and  intellectual history are brought together in the study of the Enlightenment. Taking my own PhD  researchExpand