Al Qaeda member turned spy: The story of Aimen Dean

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Grabbing my usual early-morning breakfast in front of the TV and taking hold of the day headlines before jumping out of the house, I saw this hard interview on Stephen Sackur’s BBC Hard Talk programme. More than the half of my day, it kept ducking me into pondering again and again! Aimen Dean, a former Al Qaeda, … Continue reading Al Qaeda member turned spy: The story of Aimen Dean

The effect of language education policy on British economy

While reading The Economist, the print edition online, I stumbled upon this article which analysed the current trends in the politics of English language dominance and its consequences on the native speakers of the language, particularly those who enjoy the lingua mundi and remain in a comfort zone of monolingualism as well as on the economy of Britain and possibly … Continue reading The effect of language education policy on British economy