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New Public Management

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New Public Management New Public Management is the development of the eighties in the last century. It primarily emerged as a critic of traditional approach of Public Administration which was ‘Weberian’ ‘Bureaucratic’. The guiding philosophy of traditional approach is the management of public interest and the separation of politics from administration. Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! ... Read More »

Future of Great-Power Rivalry

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Future of Great-Power Rivalry For scholars and observers, the return of the great-power rivalry is the new normal in international relations. The competition and rivalry between the United States and China are being closely watched by the international community as the relations between these two major powers will determine the future of world politics. The nature of their conduct can ... Read More »

Covid-19 and the Nation-State The Death of Globalization?

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Covid-19 and the Nation-State The Death of Globalization?   Sorry you have no rights to view this Article/Post! Please Login or Register to view the complete Article Login To get full access EMAIL your username, Subscription Plan and email address at worldtimes07@gmail.com for details or Whatsapp on 0302 555 68 02 SUBSCRIPTION PLANS Rs. 3500 for 1 year. Read More »

The Truman Doctrine

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The Truman Doctrine When President Harry S. Truman issued what came to be known as the Truman Doctrine in March 1947, he was outlining the basic foreign policy that the United States would use against the Soviet Union and Communism for the next 44 years. The doctrine, which had both economic and military elements, pledged support for countries attempting to ... Read More »

Putin isn’t Going Anywhere

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Putin isn’t Going Anywhere There was no lack of warning about the intentions of Vladimir Putin, Russia’s longest-serving leader since Stalin. A generation that has grown up knowing nothing but his rule now looks forward to its indefinite perpetuation. The resignations of the prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, and the cabinet, may have taken even some of the ministers in question ... Read More »

Foreign Direct Investment

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Foreign Direct Investment Pakistan’s economy has seen several swings over the past few years. The PTI government rode to victory on the cry of economic reforms and their performance therein became the litmus test to gauge the competency of this newborn government. Initially, the economy suffered several shocks and so did the psyche of the general populace. However, much to ... Read More »

Education

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