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This article is an attempt to discuss capitalism experiment in Gulf countries. The Middle Eastern countries in general and Gulf region in particular have their own unique practice with capitalism. The countries such as Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, forming the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) hold huge family based business groups. This describes the capitalist class transforming… » read more

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This year I have had the chance to participate and make a presentation in the 4th Istanbul Bosphorus International Conference on Cybersecurity, Cyberpolitics and Social Sciences. Last year was my first time in this conference. The conference has provided a really fruitful dialogue platform for academic debates related with cyberpolitics issue in general. In the… » read more

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There are two main bibliography types in scholarly work:   Working bibliography Annotated bibliography A working bibliography “lists all the sources that you might use in your research essay. It is a “working” document in two ways. For one thing, it will change throughout the research process—expanding each time you add a potentially useful source… » read more

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Barrington Moore has been a very influential scholar with his encompassing analysis of specific countries like England. In his work Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy (1967) Moore studied how weakening social interests and political structures played a major role in making the new political order. Capitalist transformation in England caused change in class relations… » read more

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A New Era with Joe Biden

  The world watched the American presidential elections carefully. In the presidential elections, the turnout rate was quite high. The candidate of Democrats Joe Biden took the lead and became the forty-sixth president of the USA. Whether the Biden administration will be able to solve the problem of social polarization in America and revive the… » read more

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U.S. Elections 2020

  Will the United States of America be ruled by Republican politician Donald Trump or Democratic politician Joe Biden over the next four years? Three days have passed since the elections started on 3 November. Who will be the new president of the country is not clear yet. So far, both of the candidates have… » read more

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Today is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. Under United Nations roof, International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is observed on October 17 each year since 1993. It promotes people’s awareness of the need to eradicate poverty worldwide, particularly in third world countries. Hereby, I want to share one of my articles… » read more

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This week, I had the opportunity to make a presentation about media actors in Indian context in an International e-Conference.   The Conference hosted different scholars from different countries. My presentation generally covered the online, print and visual media actors in India. In my presentation I tried to adress the main actors in Indian media… » read more

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This short blog piece is an attempt to summarize renowned sociologist Zygmunt Bauman’s approach to Holocaust in the light of his book entitled “Modernity and the Holocaust” The holocaust which is characterized by the brutally murder of millions of people is a black mark in history. Zygmunt Bauman has interpreted the Holocaust together with the… » read more

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Young Scholars Summit 2020

Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement has recently held a webinar with a total number of 275 scholars from 25 countries. Young Scholars Summit covers 30 sessions. For the programme, visit this link   I made a talk about “Syrian Refugees in Turkey” this afternoon.   For my presentation, you can visit my Academia… » read more

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