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FBR versus Traders


FBR versus Traders Revival of CNIC condition and its effects on tax compliance Tax revenue plays a significant role in economic growth and development of a nation, which is evident from the fact that countries with higher tax-to-GDP ratios are more developed as compared to countries where these ratios are low. Pakistan is included among developing countries because it collects ... Read More »

Has the World Economy Reached Peak Growth?

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Has the World Economy Reached Peak Growth? Jim O’Neill The last decade has been a sharp rebuke to the idea of a more integrated, and increasingly frictionless, global economy. Borders, nationalism, tariffs, and even trade wars are back in fashion. Global growth weakened considerably in 2019 as trade wars and weakening growth in China negatively impacted growth. In many parts ... Read More »

10 Most Heavily- guarded Places


10 Most Heavily- guarded Places  Hira Batool Ever wondered why some of the most secure locations on Earth are also some of the most mysterious places on Earth? Whether they’re supposedly concealing the existence of aliens at Area 51, protecting the President at the White House or setting up a fail-safe in case of a global catastrophe at the Svalbard ... Read More »

Social Media and International Relations


Social Media and International Relations According to IR theorist and author, David Bollier “The internet and other information technologies are no longer a peripheral force in the conduct of world affairs but a powerful engine for change.” Over the last decade, we have seen social media help create radical change and shift countries towards equality and democracy, such as the ... Read More »

India South Asia’s hegemon


India South Asia’s hegemon At India’s bidding, smaller countries in South Asia toe the Indian line in regard to the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation and other international forums. In 2005, Washington showed its intention ‘to help India become a major world power in the 21st century (K. Alan Kronsstadt, Congressional Research Service Report for Congress, India-US Relations updated, ... Read More »