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November, 2021

  • 27 November

    A CRIME THAT OFTEN GOES UNREPORTED HONOR KILLING 

    A CRIME THAT OFTEN GOES UNREPORTED HONOR KILLING  A Challenge to the law-enforcement agencies Brief Introduction Violence against women is not confined to our country only rather it is prevalent in almost all countries of the world. The worst kind of such violence is ‘honour killing’. It is termed Siyahkari …

  • 26 November

    Pakistan and the FATF Grey List

    Pakistan and the FATF Grey List It has become almost a routine now that the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) praises Pakistan for its hard work to meet the criteria to come out of its so-called grey list but, at the same time, keeps the country’s status unchanged. This …

  • 26 November

    Dealing with informality through taxation

    Dealing with informality through Taxation Informality is considered a cause of low productivity and poverty in developing economies. It is empirically found that development is associated with declining informality. It is difficult to find a single unanimous definition of informality due to conceptual differences. Normally, evaders, avoiders and outsiders in …

  • 25 November

    20th SCO Summit

    20th SCO Summit The 20th Heads of State Summit of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) took place in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, on 16-17 September 2021. During the meeting, the participants mainly focussed their discussions on managing the situation arising from the exit of the US and its allied forces from Afghanistan and …

  • 25 November

    MODERN GEOPOLITICS

    MODERN GEOPOLITICS A Race Through Chaos to Stability The third decade of the twenty-first century has compelled the world to face its most intractable challenge yet–offering a coherent, collective and equitable response to the Covid-19 pandemic. This has tested the faith of the most ardent internationalists, and is part of …

  • 24 November

    Indo-Pacific

    Indo-Pacific A Theatre of Sino-US Cold War? The term Indo-Pacific must not be confused with Asia-Pacific as the latter is associated with the part of Asia that lies in the Pacific Ocean and Oceania – China and ASEAN states are generally considered the major constituents of it – whereas ‘Indo-Pacific’ …

  • 24 November

    Has the Asian Century Begun?

    Has the Asian Century Begun? While commenting on America’s final act in Afghanistan, Chairperson of Senate of Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed said that America’s departure from Afghanistan marks the decline of America’s role as the sole superpower. The haphazard departure of the US, he said, shows …

  • 24 November

    Global Leadership, Peace and Conflict Resolution

    Global Leadership, Peace and Conflict Resolution Beyond the Lens of Rationality Leaders speak words written by specialists but see no irony in their own actions The United Nations was evolved to act as a tangible force for change and future-making to ensure the systematic safeguard of humanity from the “scourge …

  • 24 November

    Pandora Papers

    Pandora Papers Here is all you need to about this biggest ever leak of offshore data that exposes financial secrets of rich and powerful: What are Pandora Papers? The Pandora papers are the largest trove of leaked data exposing tax haven secrecy in history. They provide a rare window into …

  • 23 November

    IPCC Report and Pakistan

    IPCC Report and Pakistan The report tells us that the consequences of the current global warming crisis are largely irreversible. The most we can do is to prevent all-out ecological collapse. One of the more sobering findings of the report is that polar and mountain glaciers are likely going to …