In the final part of this series, Finlay Green explores the lives of Lakchunhar, who suffers at the hands of an abusive husband, and Rawshunara, who outlines the detrimental impact of the ‘Aratdar’.
The authors present a comparative evaluation of freedom of expression in Norway and Bangladesh. The article concludes that the media influence within both states has contributed to the quality of democracy. Furthermore, the authors contend that the concept ‘freedom of expression’ is broadly defined depending on the context.
The author of the book ‘Religion and Politics in International Relations- The Modern Myth’, Dr. Timothy Fitzgerald responses to a review of his book.
by Christopher Murphy* Brisbane, September 7, 2014 (Alochonaa): Today marks the 50th anniversary of what is known as most iconic political advertisement of all time, that it’s influence is clearly evident today. 1964 was the year that the negative political advertisement was born, initiating the clever use of […]
In this article, Paul Jacob Naylor delves into the historical development of Hui Muslim identity in Taiwan.
One month ago, Malaysia Airlines flight MH-17 was shot down in Ukraine in an event described as a game changer for the insurgency. Many pundits felt that “Russia” or “Putin” would have to de-escalate the crisis and back away from supporting the insurgency. A month later we can say that the game changer was clearly nothing of the sort and it isn’t hard to see why.