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May, 2022

  • 10 May

    Nuclear Power Generation

    Nuclear Power Generation We will be celebrating the 24th anniversary of Pakistan’s nuclear weapon tests – conducted on May 28, 1998 – this month. The day marks the historic achievement of nuclear deterrence capability that was pressingly needed against the adversaries as well as the confidence to be recognized as …

  • 10 May

    Morality in The Age of Social Media

    Morality in The Age of Social Media The evolution of morality and ethics in the 21st century has taken a whole new direction, owing to the mass awareness and participation made possible by the ubiquity of social media. Throughout history, there have been discoveries that have changed society in unimaginable …

  • 10 May

    The New IPCC Climate Report

    The New IPCC Climate Report It’s ‘now or never’ to limit warming! After a contentious session where scientists and government officials went through the Working Group III’s contribution to the IPCC’s Sixth Assessment Report, which assesses literature on the scientific, technological, environmental, economic and social aspects of mitigation of climate …

  • 10 May

    Global Food Crisis

    Global Food Crisis A looming disaster in the wake of Russia’s Ukraine War The effects of war in Ukraine are already being felt across the world, from rocking world energy markets to spurring a growing refugee crisis in Europe. But the conflict could have more ripple effects, including sparking a …

  • 10 May

    Equilibrium within International Economic and Environmental Laws

    Equilibrium within International Economic and Environmental Laws The implications of international economic law for transferring environment-friendly technologies and protecting non-economic values have become a major concern in governing economic relations around the world. In the last decades, the international environmental laws have had noteworthy influence on international economic law. It …

  • 10 May

    Democratic Ideals and Political Culture

    Democratic Ideals and Political Culture Lessons for Pakistan Since its independence in 1947, Pakistan has been following democracy as its political system, though with some breaks in the form of military interventions. Although the country should have developed a viable political culture, supported by certain democratic ideals, norms and values, …

  • 9 May

    In Conversation with MEHAK FATIMA (PSP)

    In Conversation with MEHAK FATIMA (PSP) 6Th in Pakistan, CSS 2021-22 Jahangir’s World Times (JWT): First of all, please tell us about your educational background. Mehak Fatima (MF): I completed my schooling and FSc (Pre-engineering) from DPS Faisalabad. I chose LLB as a means. Simultaneously, I did Masters in International …

  • 9 May

    Ukraine, Russia and the West

    Ukraine, Russia and the West In an age of Reason, the cause of humanity calls for peace, freedom and respect for human dignity. In a hybrid geo-political culture – part human, part vulture – we are witnessing a forgotten wisdom of human courage and foresight to stand for the protection …

April, 2022

  • 19 April

    The History of Economic Sanctions as a Tool of War

    The History of Economic Sanctions as a Tool of War Can war be banished from the earth? Throughout modern history, world peace has been a powerful ideal. It has also been one of the most elusive. Each major war produced its share of cynics as well as visionaries. Pessimists saw war as …

  • 19 April

    The Cost of Wars

    The Cost of Wars The assumptions conjured up by the parties to the conflict still remain just that: assumptions. Russian President Putin thought that the military action he ordered will be swift and will browbeat the Ukrainian government into submission. Nothing of the sort has happened. Ukraine, a no-match to …