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Emotional Intelligence and its Quadrants


Emotional Intelligence and its Quadrants Emotional intelligence (also known as emotional quotient or EQ) is the ability to understand, use, and manage your own emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathize with others, overcome challenges and defuse conflict. An emotionally intelligent individual is both highly conscious of his or her own emotional states, even negativity—frustration, sadness or ... Read More »

Covid-19 and SDGS It’s time to recalibrate the goals


Covid-19 and SDGS It’s time to recalibrate the goals This year has exposed the world’s extraordinary fragility. Managing a pandemic is hard enough. Doing so while addressing other urgent stresses—like inequality, violence, and climate change—adds to the degree of difficulty. What should, then, be done to move forward? The answer lies in recalibrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as Covid-19 ... Read More »

Understanding The Indo-Pacific


Understanding The Indo-Pacific  The Indo-Pacific has become a locus of twenty-first century attention. It connects large swathes of the globe, which has made it a major geopolitical factor. The almost concurrent rise of China and India and the rapidly changing dynamics of the region now make this construct even more important. India’s increased regional engagements and its strategic partnership with the ... Read More »

The 5 Sectors of the Economy


The 5 Sectors of the Economy Economy Human activities that generate income are known as economic activities which then contribute to form a nation’s economy. In the economy, industry and commerce are divided into different areas, called sectors. This term can be derived from the Latin word “sector” and literally means “something that cuts”. A sector is therefore a section ... Read More »

US Presidential Foreign Policy Doctrines


US Presidential Foreign Policy Doctrines  A long journey from Interventionism to america First  Historically, a US presidential foreign policy doctrine has served to define the national interest of a specific administration in a public manner, informing the American people and their allies, as well as putting potential adversaries on notice. James Monroe pronounced the first major presidential foreign policy doctrine ... Read More »



CRIMINOLOGY  The discipline of criminology has established itself in the developed world, and is now emerging as a field of immense interest in the developing and transitional nations. We are now seeing not only academic institutions and justice agencies, but also many professional societies of criminology engaging in the promotion of criminological knowledge and research around the globe. Pakistan, though ... Read More »

An Investment that Bears Fruit for Centuries

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An Investment that Bears Fruit for Centuries  Olive tree has unique importance from botanical, economic, medical and religious viewpoints. From botanical perspective, it can be successfully cultivated in mountainous, rainfed and irrigable areas. From economic aspect, it is a source of hefty incomes as precious olive oil is extracted from its fruit. Medically, it has many such properties that make ... Read More »

Quaid’s Sublime Vision for Pakistan


Quaid’s Sublime Vision for Pakistan  “We are a nation with our own distinctive culture and civilization, language and literature, art and architecture, names and nomenclature, sense of values and proportion, legal laws and moral code, customs and calendar, history and tradition, aptitudes and ambitions; in short, we have our distinctive outlook on life and of life. By all canons of ... Read More »