By Andrew Kakabadse, Nada Kakabadse, Kalu Kalu

This special selection of unique works examines the connection among citizen and country. 9 insightful contributions diversity from a transnational research of the corrosive effect of wealth elites at the functioning of the country, to versions of nation and citizen governance, to contrasting philosophies of citizenship.

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De-professionalism of the political process In order to best capture the spread of varied interests, interests of the broadened nation, up to 40 per cent of elected members of the Lower House would not belong to a political party. Issues would be fought out on a local basis and the capacity to address constituency concerns would act as the basis for voting on national and transnational issues. Additionally, state-based financial support would be made available to the aspiring individual citizen representative, pre and post the election, as well as guarantee of their job (professional role), with no disruption to their remuneration and pension rights on their return to their professional work.

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7. Initated by Swiss businessman and social activist, Jean Henri Dunant; see Henry Dunant (1986) A Memory of Solferino, ICRC, Geneva. 8. Initiated by Henry Dunant, who was motivated by the horrors of war he witnessed at the Battle of Solferino. Set standards for international law for humanitarian concerns and treatment of non-combatants and prisoners of war. In 1977 and 2005 three separate amendments were made part of the Geneva Convention. 9. International treaties negotiated at the First and Second Peace Conferences at The Hague, in 1899 and 1907, forming a secular international law and the Permanent Court of Arbitration, initiated by Russian Count Mikhail Nikolayevich Muravyov.

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