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The Petro-Yuan will Lead the Global Economy


The Petro-Yuan will Lead the Global Economy Mian Majid Ali Afzal Globalization described the world as a single society. However, countries of the world are divided into developed, developing, underdeveloped, and least developed countries based on the levels of their socioeconomic development, education, governance, international relations, trade and business. After the demise of the Soviet Union, the world order got ... Read More »

Drawbacks of poor governance.

Drawbacks of poor governance

Drawbacks of poor governance We were never prepared for the pandemic of this magnitude. In pre-coronavirus era, almost 90 percent poor of the country were served by philanthropists from the private sector. 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 ... Read More »

Nature vs Nurture


Nature vs Nurture Need for a new social contract Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq The cruising altitude of the latest Covid-19 fear has induced gut-wrenching horror. It has inevitably, yet conveniently, stirred a whirlwind of emotions in us all. While we all await our mysterious destiny trying to stay positive as we work from home or make arrangements otherwise to remain productive ... Read More »

Trade wars are huge threats to food security


Trade wars are huge threats to food security international trade has provided consumers with access to a more diversified and nutritious food basket. However, for trade to improve food security to the greatest number of people across the globe, greater international cooperation is necessary. More than 820 million people— equivalent to more than 10.0 percent of the world’s population—were hungry ... Read More »

Climate Anxiety


Climate Anxiety  Our climate is changing at an accelerated rate and continues to have profound impacts on human health. This change jeopardizes not only physical health but also mental health. Climate change harms mental wellbeing in a number of ways. From trauma and stress following disasters, to relationship damage caused by separation and displacement, the psychological effects of climate change ... Read More »

Not a decade to spare for climate action


Not a decade to spare for climate action Scientists have been sounding the alarm for decades that climate change is real and getting worse. As the adverse effects of unabated emissions keep mounting, the alarm is becoming deafening. But, at the same time, other current realities cannot be ignored. The imminent threat posed by climate change is coinciding with shifts ... Read More »

Water, Nature and Climate Change


water, nature and climate change Water can be part of climate change and nature conservation: better water management in agriculture, which accounts for about 70 percent of all water use, is a key component of effective climate change reduction and adaptation strategies to achieve local and global environmental security, especially in regions where water scarcity and climatic changes are severe. ... Read More »



THE POWER OF WORDS Words, either written or spoken, carry powerful energy in them which affects speaker/writer and listener/reader in the same way. Spoken words have sounds which have vibration. Likewise, written words are related to mind and thoughts. For this reason, there is always an immense effect of words when they are spoken or written. When a person speaks ... Read More »