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Regional initiatives of assessing governance

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Decentralization of governance and financing of public roads in the Philippines in the 1990s
J Olsson / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The main purpose of this paper is to describe and evaluate recent practices in Philippine transport infrastructure policies, with emphasis on market-oriented policies and decentralized governance. The researchers in this paper ...
Going back to the drawing board: linking Pan Africanism to Beijing +20
T Muropa 2015
In this article published by FEMNET, Tafadzwa Muropa, a gender activist and political economist, briefly compares the 8th Pan African Congress in Ghana with the 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) in New York...
Regional integration in Africa: a study on the East African community
K. Khanna / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2013
As economic growth continues to slump around the world, it has become imperative for developing nations such as India to seek to strengthen partnerships with African nations. There is a growing consensus that Africa is the last r...
The Afghanistan factor in India's approach to central Asia
A Bhatnagar / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2014
Over the past decade, India has stepped up its efforts to reach out to the Central Asian Republics (CARs). New Delhi's approach to the region has been shaped, in part, by its interests in Afghanistan. Given the geographical location o...
Post-election challenges for the new government in Kabul
A Bhatnagar / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2014
With a new President (Ashraf Ghani) finally in place in Kabul, attention can shift from the protracted electoral process to the challenges likely to confront the new government. The ability of this government to deal with various poli...
Going in the wrong direction? Ugandans report declining government effectiveness
J. Liebowitz; R. Sentamu; F. Kibirige; C. Logan / Afrobarometer 2015
In the Round 5 Afrobarometer survey in Uganda, 74% of Ugandans said the country was headed in the wrong direction. This was a dramatic change from just one year earlier, when 28% said Uganda was headed in the wrong direction. Analysis...
Connecting the drops an Indus basin roadmap for cross-border water research, data sharing, and policy coordination
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 2013
Decision makers in India and Pakistan will have to overcome a host of overlapping socio-economic, environmental, and political pressures as they endeavour to ensure their countries’ future water needs and sustainably manage the ...
Air pollution reduction and control in South Asia
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 2012
With increasing urbanisation and economic growth, air pollution is becoming an urgent concern in South Asian countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The objective of this study is to look into and...
The proposed SADC Parliament: Old wine in new bottles or an ideal whose time has come?
T. Musavengana / Institute for Security Studies 2011
This monograph is an analysis of the prospects for a regional legislative assembly for the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It explores the threats and challenges posed by such an initiative in a sub-region where, for th...
Swaziland's non-party political system and the 2013 Tinkhundla elections
D. Motsamai / Institute for Security Studies 2012
The Kingdom of Swaziland is widely recognised as an absolute monarchy and a non-party state where executive authority lies in the king as the head of state, governing with his Advisory Council and traditional advisers. The monarchical...
Items 1 to 10 of 148

Items 1 to 10 of 148

Decentralization of governance and financing of public roads in the Philippines in the 1990s
J Olsson / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2004
The main purpose of this paper is to describe and evaluate recent practices in Philippine transport infrastructure policies, with emphasis on market-oriented policies and decentralized governance. The researchers in this paper ...
Going back to the drawing board: linking Pan Africanism to Beijing +20
T Muropa 2015
In this article published by FEMNET, Tafadzwa Muropa, a gender activist and political economist, briefly compares the 8th Pan African Congress in Ghana with the 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW59) in New York...
Regional integration in Africa: a study on the East African community
K. Khanna / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2013
As economic growth continues to slump around the world, it has become imperative for developing nations such as India to seek to strengthen partnerships with African nations. There is a growing consensus that Africa is the last r...
The Afghanistan factor in India's approach to central Asia
A Bhatnagar / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2014
Over the past decade, India has stepped up its efforts to reach out to the Central Asian Republics (CARs). New Delhi's approach to the region has been shaped, in part, by its interests in Afghanistan. Given the geographical location o...
Post-election challenges for the new government in Kabul
A Bhatnagar / Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi 2014
With a new President (Ashraf Ghani) finally in place in Kabul, attention can shift from the protracted electoral process to the challenges likely to confront the new government. The ability of this government to deal with various poli...
Going in the wrong direction? Ugandans report declining government effectiveness
J. Liebowitz; R. Sentamu; F. Kibirige; C. Logan / Afrobarometer 2015
In the Round 5 Afrobarometer survey in Uganda, 74% of Ugandans said the country was headed in the wrong direction. This was a dramatic change from just one year earlier, when 28% said Uganda was headed in the wrong direction. Analysis...
Connecting the drops an Indus basin roadmap for cross-border water research, data sharing, and policy coordination
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 2013
Decision makers in India and Pakistan will have to overcome a host of overlapping socio-economic, environmental, and political pressures as they endeavour to ensure their countries’ future water needs and sustainably manage the ...
Air pollution reduction and control in South Asia
Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Pakistan 2012
With increasing urbanisation and economic growth, air pollution is becoming an urgent concern in South Asian countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The objective of this study is to look into and...
The proposed SADC Parliament: Old wine in new bottles or an ideal whose time has come?
T. Musavengana / Institute for Security Studies 2011
This monograph is an analysis of the prospects for a regional legislative assembly for the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It explores the threats and challenges posed by such an initiative in a sub-region where, for th...
Swaziland's non-party political system and the 2013 Tinkhundla elections
D. Motsamai / Institute for Security Studies 2012
The Kingdom of Swaziland is widely recognised as an absolute monarchy and a non-party state where executive authority lies in the king as the head of state, governing with his Advisory Council and traditional advisers. The monarchical...
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