Dr. Leitch argues why the West must reconsider their non-proliferation strategy – at some point there must be an acceptance some states will acquire nuclear capabilities; coercive diplomacy will not always guarantee non-nuclear armament.
Alochonaa.com proudly presents the first discussion on the Iran Nuclear Issue & International Relations, contributed by Dr. Mark N Kartz, a Professor at the George Mason University, USA. Dr Kartz discusses the broader implications of Washington-Tehran nuclear discussions on the international community
Mumita Tanjeela writes for Alochonaa.com on the impact of climate change on Bangladeshi women. Mumita states that climate change has been generalised as a gender-neutral phenomenon, however contrary to her most recent field research, Mumita reports that climate change impacts women in Bangladesh differently to the men in society.
Samuel Hennessy shares with Alochonaa.com his perspective on the religious instruction in education debate – a contentious topic currently in New Zealand & Australia; ‘Should state schools have compulsory religious education?’. According to Sam education exists for liberation, and therefore if non-coercive religious education contributes to this liberation, what harm is there in that?
Dr Simon Leitch critically analyses the Ukrainian-Russian crisis currently unfolding. The author explains Russia’s real motives as Russian troops cross the border, their longer term goals in the region and a outline for a course of action for the Wes
Alochonaa.com presents Musical Passions – Mastering The Violin by Begetter Vince Kwansky. “Music has the ability to transform us from a period in time into a far off destination – playing a musical instrument only amplifies this feeling”. The author, a music teacher and experienced Violin player, provides valuable insight into how to capture the passion within children learning the violin.
M Ahmedullah, PhD presents the final piece of a three part series on the rise and fall of Bengal’s textile empire. Bengal, once dubbed as the ‘paradise on earth’ was renown for its textile industry and its fabrics enjoyed the prestige of popularity abroad, particularly in Britain. M Ahmedullah contextualizes legendary reputation and decline of the historical Bengal textiles, exclusively for Alochonaa.com.