Social Sciences

The Changing Face of Women’s Political and Economic Participation in the Middle East – A Study

Women are becoming more prominent actors in the political sphere and they are taking meaningful roles within the state. At the same time, economic hardship have forced more and more women to work outside the house, leading to changing views about their own position in the family and also greater acceptance social acceptance amongst men.Continue reading “The Changing Face of Women’s Political and Economic Participation in the Middle East – A Study”

Thesis on Fascism

You would be forgiven if you thought fascism and the superior complex on racial concepts would die a slow death in the 21st century. In the 90’s, scientists would have expected flying cars in the near future, but in March 2020 even airplanes can’t fly. Abdul Kalam envisioned India to be a superpower in 2020Continue reading “Thesis on Fascism”

Nuremberg Trials and the Birth of the International Criminal Order

Almost 75 years have elapsed since World War II came to a close. After the Axis powers surrendered, the postwar world was shocked by the xenophobic Nazi ideology that regarded Jews as “parasitic vermin”. This led to the annihilation of millions of Jews, including prisoners of war and dissenters, and took away the lives ofContinue reading “Nuremberg Trials and the Birth of the International Criminal Order”

Dialectical Materialism as proposed by Karl Marx and a History of Capitalism

Karl Marx was a German philosopher, economist, historian, sociologist, political theorist, journalist and socialist revolutionary. Marxism, or Scientific Socialism, is the name given to the body of ideas first worked out by Karl Marx (1818-1883) and Friedrich Engels (1820-1895).[1] In their totality, these ideas provide a fully worked-out theoretical basis for the struggle of theContinue reading “Dialectical Materialism as proposed by Karl Marx and a History of Capitalism”

%d bloggers like this: