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Developing Countries Must Seize the Tech Frontier

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Developing Countries Must Seize the Tech Frontier The march of technological innovation has long boosted economic performance, improved efficiency, accelerated the pace of globalisation, and transformed human society in the process. But as the defining issue of our time, the digital revolution demands renewed policy cooperation at all levels of governance. After all, the latest wave of technological change is ... Read More »

5 Themes of Geography

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5 Themes of Geography The five themes of geography that help answer these questions are: (1) Location; (2) Place; (3) Human-Environment Interaction; (4) Movement; and (5) Region. Here is a brief introduction to these themes. Location Location is defined as a particular place or position. Most studies of geography begin with the mention of this theme of geography. Location can ... Read More »

International Business Management

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International Business Management International business refers to the trade of goods, services, technology, capital, and/or knowledge across national borders and at a global or trans-national level. It involves cross-border transactions of goods and services between two or more countries. It requires knowledge and skills above and beyond normal business expertise, such as familiarity with the business regulations of the nations ... Read More »

The Strength of Human Rights Education

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The Strength of Human Rights Education Ghufran Wakeel The violations of human rights have always been the fate of a majority of Pakistanis. Although such violations are exposed at a larger scale by the print and electronic media, yet there is no let-up in them. Today, a little development to protect and promote the rights of Pakistanis is undoubtedly indebted ... Read More »

Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’

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Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’ Paul A. Volcker, who defeated runaway inflation as Federal Reserve chairman in the 1980s, establishing the importance to the economy of an independent central bank, and whose “Volcker Rule” became a controversial element of post-crisis banking regulation in the Obama administration, died On December 08, at 92 years ... Read More »

The ideas of Immanuel Kant The foremost thinker of the Enlightenment

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The ideas of Immanuel Kant The foremost thinker of the Enlightenment Magazine Desk Born in 1724 in the Prussian town of Königsberg (now Kaliningrad, Russia), Immanuel Kant had a strict education and traditional Protestant upbringing. At 16, he enrolled at university to study philosophy. After a time working as a tutor and lecturer, in 1770 Kant was appointed Professor of ... Read More »

Crippling Education System

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Crippling Education System Rabiah Noor SCENE 1 — “The protagonist takes up the stage, audience gets settled and becomes quiet. The protagonist assumes his position and starts delivering monologue facing the audience. The audience believes what they watch, agree to what they hear, and learn from whatever perception the protagonist holds. Scene ends, the protagonist leaves the stage for the ... Read More »

China’s Two Development Miracles And the lessons to be learnt

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China’s Two Development Miracles And the lessons to be learnt Observing the entire course of China’s reform and opening-up in the past four decades, one concludes that the country has performed not only an economic growth miracle but also a social stability miracle – the former is the primary reason for the latter. One of the best manifestations of such ... Read More »

New policy: Electric vehicles a turning point for Pakistan’s auto sector

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New policy: Electric vehicles a turning point for Pakistan’s auto sector KARACHI: The automobile sector of Pakistan is expected to undergo a drastic transformation over the next decade as the government has approved the electric vehicle (EV) policy, paving the way for introducing such vehicles in the market of 207 million people. The policy provides multiple incentives for electric vehicle ... Read More »