War Against Terrorism

English Essay on "War Against Terrorism"

The role of Pakistan's in the War against Terrorism is very important in current era. This is widely discussed among policy-makers of various countries, political analysts and international delegates around the world. Pakistan has simultaneously received allegations of harboring and aiding terrorists and commendation for its anti-terror efforts.

At least 60,000 people have been killed in Pakistan due to terror attacks since the beginning of the war on terror, while the economic losses have been measured at $120 billion. Since 2001, the country has also hosted millions of Afghan refugees who fled the war in Afghanistan.


English Essay on "Disarmament"

One of the most familiar terms of the day and, perhaps, the most talked of thing in international politics is ‘disarmament’ Hardly a week passes without some world celebrity saying something about it generally in favour, with the world press giving that a banner headline, even though the whole comment made or plan offered may not exceed a few sentences. The general election of Great Britain in 1959 was fought, by and large, on the issue of disarmament. So important is, in fact, the idea carried by this one word that the whole of international politics may now be said to revolve around the question of disarmament.

Nationalism versus Internationalism

English Essay on "Nationalism versus Internationalism"

Internationalism is one of the most familiar but controversial ideologies of our time, with the world opinion sharply divided on its feasibility. It is, no doubt, an infant doctrine, having been born as a definite idea only in the second quarter of the 20th century. But is gaining momentum so steadily that it has already come to be recognized as a forceful ideology capable of curing the conflict-ridden world of its besetting ills. Internationalism may, therefore, be called the ideology of the day and is sure to constitute the corner-stone of future of political thinking. Internationalism, like its adversary, Nationalism, is not easy to define in precise terms. It may, however, be described broadly as an idea of organizing the world population into a single political entity so as to pool up and utilize the total resources of the globe for the benefit of humanity, to which every race and every individual, unlike the present, shall have equal access.

Nationalism in Modern World Politics

English Essay on "Nationalism in Modern World Politics"

Nationalism is the universal order of the day. The ideal pattern of modern state is the nation-state, seeking to express itself through a sovereign political authority. To every conscious human being of our age, whether free or struggling for freedom, nationalism is the most precious possession whose loss nothing else is good enough to compensate, and the highest ideal which no other consideration is great enough to substitute. On the other hand, it is the most fanatical dogma which no logic is strong enough to break through.

Democracy and Discipline

English Essay on "Democracy and Discipline"

Man is a social being. He lives in a society, which means getting on with others. Thus, discipline is a must for getting on with others and the common welfare. There cannot be a well organizsed and civilised society sans discipline. Today, we are a highly civilised, cultured and developed people only because of willing obedience to certain rules, regulations, code of conduct and social behaviour, which have been there from the dawn of civilisation. If there had been no disciplines and self-imposed code of social and individual behaviour, there would not have been any civilisation, culture or progress. If these rules and regulations are not followed, there will be total chaos, bloodshed, violence, jungle rule and widespread misery. It is discipline which makes our life enjoyable, orderly, safe and worth living. Discipline forms the very warp and woof of our social fabric. Even in individual life, existence, presupposes obedience of certain laws of nature.

Foreign Economic Aid and Its Consequences

English Essay on "Foreign Economic Aid and Its Consequences"

A developing country would find it difficult to support its capital programmes exclusively from domestic resources for they usually involve import of some capital goods. If such a programme of imports is financed entirely out of taxation, it is likely to be deflationary and to strain the balance of payments; the taxes which are levied to finance the imports would take some purchasing power out of domestic circulation.

This unpleasant consequence can be avoided if home consumption falls and the goods so saved are exported, earning foreign exchange to pay for imports. If this does not happen, the adjustment will take longer to come into effect. The resulting deflation will lead to fall in prices of domestic goods, encouraging exports and rise the prices of imports and discouraging them. There will be a new equilibrium after the necessary adjustments have taken place. But the impact of stepping up the rate of capital formation is almost certainly to cause shortage of foreign exchange which has to be made up running down the foreign exchanges reserves.

Brain Drain

English Essay on "Brain Drain"

Brain drain may be defined as emigration, especially from developing and underdeveloped countries to developed ones, by intellectuals, experts, highly qualified professionals like scientists, engineers, doctors, economists and other technically trained persons. it means depletion of intellectual, professional and technical resources of one country and enrichment of another. Almost alt the developing and underdeveloped nations have been suffering from this problem since long. Pakistan is no exception. The problem is really very serious and must be addressed immediately. Thousands of our scientists, doctors, engineers and other highly qualified and trained persons have been immigrating to the advanced and developing countries of Europe and America. This exodus of our young, promising and bright pw1eS5iOfl0 and scientists, to developed countries of the West, in search of greener pastures and better career opportunities is a matter of great concern. The departure of these highly talented and trained people, forming the intellectual backbone of the nation, has a determinate effect on the economic, technical, scientific and mental health of the country.

CPEC - China Pakistan Economic Corridor

English Essay on "CPEC - China Pakistan Economic Corridor"

CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) is an economic corridor between China and Pakistan. At Present, that corridor is an under construction which estimated cost above 54 billion dollars. The aims of this project to connect Gwadar Port in Southwestern Pakistan with Xinjiang in far -Western China. The Project including various infrastructure in terms of energy projects, motorways, Highways and Railways to be built, in order to link Gwadar and karachi with the chinese region.

The Vision and Mission of CPEC is “To improve the lives of people of Pakistan and China by building an economic corridor promoting bilateral connectivity, construction, explore potential bilateral investment, economic and trade, logistics and people to people contact for regional connectivity”. It includes:

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