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Prospects for and hurdles to Peace in Afghanistan

Prospects for and hurdles to Peace in Afghanistan

Afghanistan, a war-torn country, yearns for peace. Life in Afghanistan has been paralyzed. Its economy is in tatters – almost ninety percent of its GDP comes from foreign funding. Unemployment ratio is skyrocketing as almost fifty percent of its population is unemployed. In Afghanistan, suicide bombings, bloodshed and massacre of innocent people have become rampant. The Taliban and al-Qaeda have …

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“Behind Every Great Fortune There Is A Crime”

“Behind Every Great Fortune There Is A Crime”

Is it always necessary to be a criminal to become a great man? To understand this, we need to see the formation of greatness in an individual through historical perspective. The word great is described as “high status, qualities, and skills in any field or good physical state of being”. Though its definition may vary from culture to culture, society …

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FAKE NEWS & THE POST-TRUTH WORLD, How to avoid the anathema

FAKE NEWS & THE POST-TRUTH WORLD, How to avoid the anathema

“We ought to be suspicious of persuasive speakers and the appeal to emotions.”— Plato The rise of ‘fake news’ sites, internet filter bubbles, and the ever-increasing polarisation of society have given rise to the idea that we are living in a ‘post-truth’ world. Post-truth is what dominates the current political and cultural conversations. Facts are up for dispute, even if …

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An Exclusive Interview with Mr Khalid Rahman, Executive President Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad

An Exclusive Interview with Mr Khalid Rahman, Executive President Institute of Policy Studies, Islamabad

China’s plans for global connectivity and the role Pakistan is set to play in this regard are the true ‘game-changer’. Executive President Institute of Policy Studies, Mr Khalid Rahman,  has vast experience in research, conducting policy discussions, training and management. The main focus of his research has been on the national and regional politics, Pak-China relations, madrassah and gender studies. …

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What AILS Afghanistan?

What AILS Afghanistan?

At least 150 people were killed and hundreds injured on May 31 when an explosives-laden truck ripped through Kabul’s diplomatic quarters. The grisly attack took place in Zanbaq Square in Kabul’s 10th district, close to government offices and foreign embassies. There was no immediate claim of responsibility by any terrorist group. Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman for the Taliban, said that …

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In our foreign affairs, as in our domestic life, truth hurts

In our foreign affairs, as in our domestic life, truth hurts

Though most of the people won’t have come across a chance to see a chameleon, they would, surely, have some idea of it. It’s a great species in that it upskills humans to make them learn some basic instincts of survival. According to biologists, the key behind chameleon’s survival rests in its amazing ability to fade into background and disappear. …

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CORRUPTION & ACCOUNTABILITY, Islam offers the ultimate solution to all our woes

CORRUPTION & ACCOUNTABILITY, Islam offers the ultimate solution to all our woes

Islam as a dynamic and universal religion prescribes guidelines for achieving success in every sphere of life; whether it is the social aspect or moral or spiritual or even the economic one. By strictly adhering to these guidelines, all the woes of humanity can be eliminated. The economic system of Islam guarantees welfare and wellbeing of the whole mankind. The …

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Turkish Foreign Policy, In the Post-Referendum Era

Turkish Foreign Policy, In the Post-Referendum Era

Crafting a political system where foreign policy power would be both more effective and democratic requires a systemic analysis of foreign policy making procedures. Foreign policy making should rely on standards such as accountability, rationality, and a rapid decision mechanism, especially in times of crisis. Measuring the success of a country’s foreign policy is not a straightforward practice. Evaluating the …

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Islam and Globalization, Looking into the future of religion and civilization

Islam and Globalization, Looking into the future of religion and civilization

The relationship between Islam and globalization has been open to much interpretation and acrimonious debate. At the crux of the current debate is the idea that Islam is somehow opposed to the process of globalization. In order to develop a more comprehensive and accurate understanding of the so-called Islam-globalization debate, it is critical to distinguish between the process of globalization …

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LITERARY ESSAYS

LITERARY ESSAYS

The very first tip on Literary essays is to avoid going for such topics unless no other option is available. Only those aspirants should risk choose such topics as their first option who have strong academic background or a great aptitude for English literature. Given below are some useful tips which would be quite helpful for you in case you …

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