Tag Archive: connection

Critique on “Don’t Close Guantanamo” by Jennifer

Guantanamo

Link To Original Article “Don’t Close Guantanamo” is a New York Times article written by Jennifer Daskal, who is a fellow and adjunct professor at Georgetown Law Center. She has served as counsel to the assistant attorney general for national…
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Terrorism In Pakistan & Around The World

Introduction: Terrorism is not new and even though it has been used since the early times of recorded history, it can still be fairly hard to define terrorism. Terrorism has been described variously as both a tactic and strategy; a…
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Drug trade and International Political Economy

Drug

Drug trade Drug trafficking is globe issue and it involves production, manufacturing, distribution, sale and consumption under the illegal section of law. Different organizations are working on understanding the market better which means they will able to root out the…
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Critique On “Being A Burden To Being Beneficial”- Irish Poor Children

Poor

Link to Original Article A Modest Proposal for Preventing the Children of Poor People in Ireland, From Being a Burden on Their Parents or Country, and for Making Them Beneficial to the Public (1729) Jonathan Swift, best known for writing…
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Pablo Escobar: Psychological Profiling & Ethical Issues

Pablo, drugs

Pablo is one of the best drug lords the world will ever know. He transformed the meaning of the drug lord and change everything about the world of narcotics. He is the true example of power and chaos all in…
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Social Media as a News Source: The Emergence

Source, media

Social media has emerged at an exponential rate as young people`s main source of news as it has been helpful in providing them richer dimensions of current affairs. Although, there are concerns and insecurities regarding the use of social media…
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Congress Ministries And The Ideology Of Pakistan

Congress, ministries

Introduction: After the elections of 1937, Congress won the majority of the seats and held power, directly or indirectly, in nine out of eleven provinces. While Muslim league was unable to gain control of a single province. The question now…
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Critique on “Noor Jehan” by Saadat Hassan Manto

Noor Jahan

Link to the Original Article This text is a translation of ‘Noor Jahan’ from Manto-Nama written by Saadat Hassan Manto. Manto is an Indo-Pak novelist and short story writer, notorious for deviating from conventional writing style and being one of…
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Reading Habits Changing Over Time

Today, there is something missing in our lives, something which could help us grow in a beneficial way, which could help us improve our civilization and culture. That “something” is not some angel’s spell but actually it’s the ability and…
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