Tag Archives: JWT Essays

Understanding the International System

Understanding the  International System International Relations is becoming increasingly relevant as the world grows more and more interconnected through trade and commerce, migration, the internet and social media, as well as through concerns about pressing global environmental problems. As a field of study, International Relations addresses international political economy, global governance, intercultural relations, national and ethnic identities, foreign policy analysis, …

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Sociological Impact of COVID 19

Sociological Impact of COVID 19 From its first-recorded emergence in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019, Covid-19 has spread quickly around the world. Not merely a health crisis, the Covid crisis has brought with it rapid and significant changes in people’s everyday lives. Its impacts are currently felt in every geographical region of the world. The physical isolation, …

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In Conversation with Haroon Akhter 59th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20

In Conversation with Haroon Akhter 59th in Punjab, PMS 2019-20   Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background? Haroon Akhter (HA): I belong to District Okara. I completed my education till middle from my hometown, and matriculation from MC High School, Okara — I stood first in the district. Then, I got admission …

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DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES IN KASHMIR Last year, the Indian government introduced a new set of laws for Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), including domicile rights for Indian citizens that will alter the demographic status of the Muslim-majority Himalayan region. The new domicile law is a result of a historical, political and policy myopia of India’s current dispensation, which has …

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Corruption or Democracy No Other Way Out

Corruption or Democracy No Other Way Out Corruption and democracy are directly linked with each other, in a way that one’s existence causes death of the other. Democracy, which reflects the will of the people, cannot compromise on corruption which is against the will of the people. “For Aristotle, democracy was a vicious form of government, in which many used …

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CONSTITUTION ESSENTIALS. Maurice Sunkin opines that defining constitution attracts variants. This way of going about constitution comfortably concedes to academic disagreement and emphatically encourages adaptation to opinion diversification. But it does not help to know what it entails; for example, it does not tell whether it simply means any set of rules or set of constitutional rules or something else. …

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