August 2017

Jahangir’s World Times
August 2017 Complete Issue

Saudi Arabia’s Erroneous Foreign Policy

Saudi Arabia’s severing of ties with Qatar has laid bare the schisms in the Arab world. The crisis in this diplomatic relationship has huge implications for the region as Saudis, along with some other Gulf states, are heading toward a collision and it vividly exposes Saudi Arabia’s aspirations in the Middle East. So far, all diplomatic efforts to diffuse the …

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NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT Major Components and Salient Features

Reform of Public Administration is now a worldwide phenomenon, as governments grapple with rapid social, economic and technological change, including the effects of globalization. Several countries have implemented radical and comprehensive public-sector reforms since the mid-1980s. These reforms have established objectives and set incentives for productive performance and involve greater transparency. The opening of government agencies to competition, greater privatization …

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TOP 10 Emerging Technologies

“New technologies are redefining industries, blurring traditional boundaries and creating new opportunities on a scale never seen before. Public and private institutions must develop the correct policies, protocols and collaborations to allow such innovation to build a better future, while avoiding the risks that unchecked technological change could pose,” — Murat Sönmez, Head of the Center for the Fourth Industrial …

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“If your plan is for one year plant rice. If your plan is for ten years plant trees. If your plan is for one hundred years educate children.” ― Confucius The people of the world share a common destiny as far as the impact of environment is concerned. No one can escape the hazardous effects of environmental degradation until the …

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Normalcy in Pakistan’s Internal and External Affairs

In July 1946, All India Muslim League found itself in hot water of political environment of the Subcontinent: the Congress was adamant in rejection of League’s demand for independent Pakistan and the Britishers were also reluctant to acknowledge this demand. Left with no choice, the Muslim League called upon Muslims to peacefully observe the Direct Action Day on August 16, …

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70 Years of US-Pakistan Relations

In 1948, Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah wrote to President Truman the first message to America from Pakistan for the Independence Day of the United States. Speaking of our two nations, he wrote the “common desire for order, justice and peace, and their equal wish to contribute to uplift suffering humanity are the best proof, which I hope will lead to …

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Where Do We Stand At 70?

As Pakistan turns 70, it finds itself politically half drowned in the Panama leaks. Confrontation between the PML-N and the PTI is soaring by the day and the polity remains sharply divided over issues. It seems as though political leadership is locked in an existential battle. The JIT’s damning report exposes the bankruptcy of the ruling political class. The economic …

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In Conversation with MONAZZA KARAMAT, 4th in Punjab, PMS 2016

Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Monazza Karamat (MK): I did matriculation from St. Doris high school Sargodha and FSc (Premedical) from Punjab College for Women Sargodha. Later, I did B.Com from GIFT Colleges Gujranwala and earned my M.Com degree from PU’s Hailey College of Commerce. JWT: How much helpful did you …

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