Kalabagh Dam: A Solution For Energy Crisis

“If humanity continues using resources at its current rates, we would need three planets by 2050” ("Report Warns" 1). Following the period of independence, the energy crisis is one of the severe problems with Pakistan. The question of the development of energy resources has been under considerable debate, and commencement of several projects have held.... Continue Reading →

Child Labor In Developing Countries

Child labor is a grave issue facing the entire world. An estimated 168 million children aged 5–17 worldwide, were involved in child labor in 2013 (Khakshour et al. ).As economies and firms stay locked in a cut-throat battle to achieve success and maximize profits, innocent children are coerced to pay the price.Why? These innocent souls... Continue Reading →

Agenda of IMF and East Asia Crisis

IMF was created on some market failure basis. Keynes, the founder of IMF was afraid that market if left alone, may destroy people and make them unemployed. He pointed out the market failures and possible problems and gave IMF as a solution. He proposed an agenda that IMF can help the matters by pressurizing the... Continue Reading →

Social Media: For Good or For Bad

It is an undeniable fact that social media has plagued our lives. It allows us to create and share information, ideas and other form of expressions via virtual networks. Social media has been so intertwined in our lifestyle that it has become an irreplaceable element of our lives. In recent years, social media has proved... Continue Reading →

Critique on “How To Stop Rape” by Roosh Valizadeh

"Roosh Valizadeh, an American blogger, pickup artist and writer, graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in microbiology. He initially started working as an industrial biologist but after leaving his job, he started his local blog called "DC bachelor" which later he named as "Roosh V" "("About Roosh V (Daryush Valizadeh)"). Roosh Valizadeh... Continue Reading →

Electoral System in Democratic Countries

One of the most often problems faced by many democratic countries is the process of voting. There are about 192 countries in the world and within them about 123 are democratic. Every country has its own voting system through which they elect their leaders and government. When we talk about the voting system the power... Continue Reading →

Air Pollution – A Threat For Us

The air we that we breathe in and breathe out every minute of every day can be poisonous for us. The rapid increase in air pollution is causing a real threat to human life. Increasing vehicles and burning motor oil are adding carcinogens and poisonous gases. Pollen, mold, ozone, and black smoke in short everything that we... Continue Reading →

Executive Summary of JIT Report Panama Case

BACKGROUND The release of the Panama Papers revealed that the family of Nawaz Sharif was the owner of several offshore companies located in British Virgin Islands. These offshore companies were responsible for the purchase of Avenfield apartments, and were also involved in funding and circulation of funds. This has lead to a scurry of media... Continue Reading →

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 crime and a holy duty; a justified reaction to oppression and an inexcusable abomination. Terrorism... Continue Reading →

Drug trade and International Political Economy

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 problem one day. Currently 340 tons of heroin is consumed every year and 430-450 tons... Continue Reading →

JIT Panama Leaks Verdict Announced

Some 11.5 million documents known as Panama Papers were leaked in 2015 that contained financial and attorney client information of more than two hundred thousand offshore entities across the globe. 140 politicians of different countries across the globe were enlisted in the Panama Leaks. Ministers of different nations across the world were kicked from their posts... Continue Reading →

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