Prof. Shahid Zubair

  • TAnother alarming comment has most recently come from ex-President of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai who has revealed that ISIS (Daesh) is in Afghanistan and it receives weapons from US. This is like pouring fuel upon fire as President of the greatest super power during its election campaign had already ...

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  • TPrompted and egged on by the news published in the daily Nation on 16th of April 2018 “Pakistan recalls envoy from India among tensions,” the on-going article exposes the Indian designs and agenda for the near future. In this context, the first concern about Indian foreign policy is the ...

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  • TEconomists today are engaged in a hot controversy, for capitalism is a moribund patient at a time when the shores of US influence in the world are receding particularly from Asia. The very word “capitalism” points out the fact that it is an economic system which is predominantly in the ...

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  • TBertrand Russell, most probably, predicted for the first time about “Rising of the East” in an essay of the same title. Watching intently, the sea-saw ups and downs of historical change, contemporary analysts like Hartwell and Wallerstein appear to be suggesting that China is on the ...

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  • TThe possibility of World War III is a hot topic, which is being widely discussed these days in media and off media particularly by worried souls who have seen and experienced WW2. The immediate warring groups appear to be US, India and Japan versus Republic of China, Russian Federation and Islamic ...

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  • TAlthough corruption has almost always been a disturbing reality in history, there is a lack of a generally acceptable definition of corruption. A relevant starting point for a discussion on corruption in contemporary world is the 2008 economic crunch which brought forward the notion that bankers ...

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