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A glance at the Two Nation Theory

A glance at the Two Nation Theory

“India is not a national state. India is not a state, but a subcontinent composed of nationalities, the two major nations being Hindus and Muslims whose culture, art, architecture, names and nomenclature, sense of value and proportion, laws and jurisprudence, social, moral codes, customs and calendar, history and traditions, aptitudes and ambitions, outlook on life and of life are fundamentally …

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Emergence of A Multipolar World? “There is nothing permanent except change.” – Heraclitus

Emergence of A Multipolar World

By: Jawad Hussain Malik Nothing is permanent and constant in this universe except change which, undoubtedly, is inevitable and unstoppable. Same holds true for the modern geopolitical world as it is unremittingly changing. And, a big change is in the offing now. Not so long ago, the United States of America (USA) was the sole kingmaker in the world and …

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US Foreign Policy Powers, Congress and the President

US Foreign Policy Powers

The separation of powers in the United States has spawned a great deal of debate over the roles of the President and the Congress in foreign affairs, as well as over the limits on their respective authorities. In recent years, presidents have accumulated power at the expense of Congress as part of a pattern in which, during times of war …

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Kashmir’s, Another Cause Célèbre

Kashmirs Another Cause celebre

Kashmir burns while the world fiddles The policy of appeasement adopted by Pakistan in the face of India’s tyrannical rule over Kashmir has often resulted into mayhem and chaos in the valley. Quite pitiable are the policy novices who endlessly argue on this chronic issue with their fallacious narratives which are absolutely contrary to ground realities and the aspirations of …

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CSS 2018, Some Effective Tips on Preparation

CSS 2018, Some Effective Tips on Preparation

Exams of CSS 2017 are over. It is high time aspirants started their preparations for CSS 2018 exam. With reference to CSS preparation, aspirants are often confronted with a very basic question i.e. where to start from? In fact, the answer to this question is neither simple nor easily understandable. It involves a meticulous planning before one starts preparing the …

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CHALLENGES AND SUCCESSES OF US FOREIGN POLICY IN ASIA

CHALLENGES AND SUCCESSES OF US FOREIGN POLICY IN ASIA

President Obama will be most remembered for his so-called “Pivot to Asia” policy which emphasized that the United States needed to rebalance its diplomatic and economic efforts in the direction of Asia, particularly in the light of how important this region would be for US interests in the future. That was essentially what motivated the shift, and it manifested itself …

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Is America Becoming a Third World Country

Is America Becoming a Third World Country

“One of the most pathetic aspects of human history is that every civilization expresses itself most pretentiously, compounds its partial and universal values most convincingly, and claims immortality for its finite existence at the very moment when the decay which leads to death has already begun.” — Reinhold Niebuhr If the allegations about Russia holding a “sex tape” on President …

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The Lahore Resolution

The Lahore Resolution 1940

Political reforms introduced by the British in India had instilled in Muslims a feeling that they would never get power to govern their lives and that they will become a permanent minority in a democratic system. This feeling was not unjustified or irrational at all because Muslims constituted only one-fourth of the total Indian population a big chunk of which …

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The Psychology of Ideology and Religion

The Psychology of Ideology and Religion

Two of the drivers of world affairs that manifest in the daily decisions that affect our lives are ideology and religion. Ideology is the term widely used to describe the underlying set of values, myths, ideas, attitudes, beliefs and doctrine that shape the behavioural approach to political, economic, social, cultural and/or ecological activities of an individual or an organisation. This …

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“Corruption and Its Impacts on Good Governance”

Corruption and Its Impacts on Good Governance

Introduction Corrupt man corrupts society Kinds of corruption a. Moral corruption b. Political corruption c. Economic corruption Impacts of corruption a. Social Impacts i. Lack of trust ii. Nepotism, cronyism and favouritism iii. Merit is killed iv. Crisis of unemployment v. Abysmal poverty vi. Anarchy in society b. Political Impacts i. Political instability ii. Precarious law and order situation iii. …

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