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The Legacy of Abdel Fatah al-Sisi and Cairo’s Military Dictatorship - A Study of Democratic Deficit, Human Rights Abuses and Militarism in the Arab Republic of Egypt By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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Since Abdel Fatah al-Sisi seized power in a bloody coup in 2013, he bears responsibility for the deaths of hundreds of Egyptians, jailing thousands of others and running his country’s economy... More > into the ground. Once a cradle of civilization of the highest spiritual integrity, Egypt has descended into a regime of military dictatorship and human rights abuses; as well as the continuous persecution of human rights defenders. Social challenges – such as democratic deficit, press freedom violations and police brutality – are also explored, as well as suggestions how public- and religious education can be improved. Violent Extremism is another topic this book addresses, as the region is faced with major security problems in terms of countering extremism. Highly innovative and profound this book aims to restore the glory of Egypt; by advocating innovative social-scientific and ethical analyses on these matters, so that the Arab Republic of Egypt may regain its integrity and respect in the international community.< Less
The Legacy of Kim Jong-un and the Workers' Party in North Korea – A One-Party State facilitating Militarism, Nuclear Armament and Disregard for Human Rights By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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A young kid with a cool hairstyle, Kim Jong-un seems to have pledged his undying loyalty to Comrade Stalin’s ghost; gambling with the lives of an entire nation just to win a game of chicken... More > against the U.S.; policies of militarism and nuclear armament which are not only counterproductive to the global peace movement, but also a very considerable waste of money and effort, distorting national spending priorities in North Korea, with millions of North Koreans living in extreme poverty. This book also studies human rights abuses in North Korea, such as politically motivated incarceration of people in internment- and reeducation camps; often just normal peace loving North Korean people who merely wish to exercise their basic human rights, such as freedom of speech and expression. These and other issues Dr. O’Doherty explores, offering an intelligent social-scientific analysis on these matters, so that a positive collective consciencousness can be manifested between North Korea and the International Community.< Less
Reconciling Individualism and Collectivism in the Information Age – Improving Public Education, Family Policy, Social Cohesion and Global Solidarity By Mark O'Doherty
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In today's Information Age, resolving the conflict between individualism and collectivism is one of the greatest challenges in society, particularly in countries such as the United States, China and... More > India - but also in conservative Islamic countries challenged with harmonising mainstream ethics into their collective psychological- and philosophical system of beliefs; such as freedom of expression and gender mainstreaming. Hence this book explores cutting-edge theories and policies to reconcile individualism and collectivism, to improve human rights and the inherent rights of children, (such as that all children and young persons in our global village have access to equal education and opportunities in life). This study also explores some progressive concepts to improve family planning, personality development and social cohesion; which includes the basic and fundamental concept of peaceful human interaction.< Less
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The Legacy of the United States of America – A Country of Confident Idiots facilitating Militarism, Nuclear Armament and Disregard for Basic Human Rights By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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Ranked only 20th in Global Education – but filling the number one spot when it comes to self-esteem – the U.S. has become a country of confident idiots. Most American politicians,... More > celebrities and the so-called economic elite personify what American life is all about: Money, Fame and Winning – no matter what the cost. This book also addresses America’s aggressive foreign policy – that Militarism and Nuclear Weapons play a legitimate role in international politics – which is not only counterproductive, but also distorts national spending priorities; with millions of poverty stricken Americans taking a refuge in a negative lifestyle of individualism – leading to crime, alcoholism, drug-addiction, homelessness and increased gun-violence and mass shootings. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book explores social scientific, ethical and Christian approaches, so that America can be made great again. Social challenges – such as social inequality and Islamophobia – are also explored in this work.< Less
Healing Indonesia – Improving Human Rights, Gender Mainstreaming and Religious Education in the Republic of Indonesia By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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In 2018 ordinary Acehnese people in Indonesia have taken it upon themselves to play judge and jury, raiding, arresting and shaming anyone accused of violating the region’s militant moral laws;... More > the province of Aceh having become a virtual vigilante state. To a certain extent President Joko Widodo is responsible for this; having failed to speak out against policies issued by senior government officials in 2017, that have fueled violations of the rights of religious minorities and the country’s LGBT population – including the imprisoning of at least 11 people under blasphemy laws, who merely exercised their rights to freedom of religion, expression and belief. Hence the importance of improving human rights education in Indonesia; which this book endeavours to do, so that a just social peace can be manifested in the country. Social challenges – such as gender inequality and drug addiction – are also explored in this work, so that fundamental rights and public freedoms can be improved in the Republic of Indonesia.< Less
The Legacy of Aung San Suu Kyi and Myanmar's Military Dictatorship – A Military State facilitating Ethnic Cleansing, Islamophobia and Disregard for Human Rights By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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The exodus from Rakhine state in Myanmar began after Rohingya militants attacked police posts on 25 August 2017, prompting a military backlash that has sent a third of the Muslim minority population... More > fleeing for their lives. Since then, more than 600,000 Rohingya refugees have become the problem of the world – with Aung San Suu Kyi and Myanmar's military leaders unwilling to take responsibility for the atrocities committed by soldiers of the Tatmadaw against the Rohingya people. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book endeavours to improve public policy in Myanmar, so that a just social peace can be manifested in the country. Social challenges – such as Military Dictatorship, Islamophobia and Hardline Buddhism – are also explored in this work, as well as suggestions how religious education can be improved in Myanmar. Highly innovative and profound, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific- and ethical approaches, so that human rights and social equality can be improved in Myanmar.< Less
The Legacy of the United Kingdom - A Monarchy facilitating Oppression and Social Inequality By Mark O'Doherty
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Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book offers a new way to improve British public policy, so that a positive collective consciousness can be manifested within the country, as well... More > as in the International Community. Social problems – such as violent extremism, xenophobia and the social reproduction of class positions in the UK – are also explored in this work, offering an analysis on these matters, as well as suggestions how public safety, public education, family policy and children's rights can be improved. Highly innovative and profound, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific theories and ethical approaches how to improve social equality and human rights in the United Kingdom.< Less
The Legacy of Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud Party in Israel – A Military Government facilitating Disregard for Innocent Life, Overpopulation, Suicide and Violent Extremism in Gaza By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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After 10 years of siege, the 2 million people of Gaza, living packed on a tiny strip, find themselves without work, their economy killed off, without the bare essentials for decent life and without... More > any hope of freedom, or any sign that their situation will change. Being in violation of international humanitarian law, the siege is fracturing minds, pushing the most sensitive and vulnerable to suicide in numbers never seen before. Hence it is imperative that the blockade in Gaza is lifted; especially since the recent Gaza shootings in May 2018, where 116 Palestinians were killed, more than 200 Palestinian children had been shot by live ammunition, and over 12.600 were injured; almost all of whom were unarmed. Yet Israel treated the violence as a jailer might a prison riot: a tragic fault of the inmates. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific and ethical approaches, so that human rights and human dignity can be restored in Gaza and Israel.< Less
The Legacy of the Sultanate of Oman – An absolute Monarchy facilitating Dictatorship and Disregard for Human Rights By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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With Qaboos bin Said al Said becoming the self-appointed leader of Oman in 1970 (after overthrowing his father in a palace coup) Oman's human rights situation is among the worst in the world. Human... More > rights violations in Oman seem to include abductions and arbitrary arrests; as well as severe restrictions on freedom of press with many journalists and activists being arrested under penal code provisions which criminalize insulting the Sultan; hence the current status quo of severe restrictions of public freedoms in the country. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book endeavours to improve public policy in Oman. Social challenges – such as gender inequality and press freedom violations – are also explored in this work. Highly innovative and profound, this book explores social scientific-, ethical and Islamic approaches, so that human rights, social equality and public freedoms can be improved in Oman.< Less

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