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Tag Archives: Economy

Democratic Peace Theory after Pulwama Incident A Critical Appraisal

Democratic Peace Theory after Pulwama Incident A Critical Appraisal Ayaz Ahmed “The history of nature . . . begins with good, for it is God’s work; the history of freedom begins with badness, for it is man’s work.” ― Immanuel Kant, The discipline of International Relations is an interesting field of study, largely (presumably) because of its clear-cut theories such …

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In Conversation with Khurram Mahesar (PSP) 6th in Sindh Urban, CSS 2018-19

In Conversation with Khurram Mahesar (PSP) 6th in Sindh Urban, CSS 2018-19 Catch line: “JWT was an inevitable part of my preparation. Basically, it guided me whether I am going in the right direction or not. The magazine is filled with every aspect related to CSS exam.” Rapid Fire Your inspiration My father Dr. Amir Bux Mahesar Attempts 01 Qualification …

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Direction Sense

Direction Sense Asad Aziz If Southeast becomes North, Northeast becomes West and so on, what will West become? Ans: Southeast K is 40 m Southwest of L. If M is 40 m South-East of L, M is in which direction of K? Ans: East A man is facing northwest. He turns 90º in the clockwise direction, then 180º in the …

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How to Write Answers in CSS Papers

How to Write Answers in CSS Papers In CSS papers, the quality of your answers comes into the picture. Not everyone is blessed with excellent command over language or the ability to convey his or her thoughts through beautifully-presented answers. Many falter and eventually fail to get through. The reason behind this is a lack of effective guidance due to …

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International Business Management

International Business Management International business refers to the trade of goods, services, technology, capital, and/or knowledge across national borders and at a global or trans-national level. It involves cross-border transactions of goods and services between two or more countries. It requires knowledge and skills above and beyond normal business expertise, such as familiarity with the business regulations of the nations …

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Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’

Paul A. Volcker The Fed chairman who believed ‘no pain, no gain’ Paul A. Volcker, who defeated runaway inflation as Federal Reserve chairman in the 1980s, establishing the importance to the economy of an independent central bank, and whose “Volcker Rule” became a controversial element of post-crisis banking regulation in the Obama administration, died On December 08, at 92 years …

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Israel-Palestine Peace Process Unconditional US support for Israel impedes the way

Israel-Palestine Peace Process Unconditional US support for Israel impedes the way Dr M. Usmani On November 18, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a major shift in US policy, reporting that Washington now no longer considers civilian settlements by Israelis in the occupied West Bank to be in breach of international law. Pompeo’s statement, in effect, reverses a 1978 …

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