This book is a collection of descriptive and analytical articles. These, which were recently written, deal with socio-political developments at the local, regional and global levels. It is the view of the author that forward or backward change is caused by seen and unseen dynamic socio-political, cultural, psychological and ideological factors, that full-freedom is fiction, that politics is a major driving force in society, and that, to improve human relations, there is a need for better communication between cultures. Dynamics of change implies that all factors are relevant in the explanation of events and developments.
The author maintains that reality is wider than explanation and that, in order to help in the achievement of peaceful existence, there is a need to narrow socio-economic gaps nationally and internationally.
The author maintains that, in order for peoples to know their miserable reality, they need to deal with reality frankly, honestly and directly. It is very difficult to achieve progress and awakening without democratization and the establishment justice and civil society.