Dr. Iram Naseer

  • When the book, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man (EHM) by John Perkins was published in 2004, it determined the concealed schema of the world’s governing elite to govern developing states in order to put them under the perpetual burden of the debt trap. This narrative was enough to ...

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  • Once German military truth-seeker Carl von Clausewitz commented in the early 1800s that war was the extension of strategy by other means, he wanted to regularize the notion of war in contemporary policies. Nevertheless, his verses also specified that actions slight of war are obtainable to support ...

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  • Throughout human history ideas replace the ideas, productivity supersedes productivity. New models challenge the existing models, as an alternative option. If we relatively compare the “Washington Consensus” and “Beijing Consensus”, it would be rather easy to analyse which ...

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