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India has always aspired to strategically dominate and sole hegemonic force in the South Asia region. To the accomplishment of a dream, India has not only sped up its hegemony over the region but has also started spreading its wings further to give its rival neighbour, i.e China, a tough time in all the regions and sub-regions of Asia, as well as in all the seas of Indian and Pacific oceans.

This is where India’s Monroe doctrine explains its attitude. The Monroe doctrine was formulated under the regime of James Monroe, Former President of the United States Of America, in…


You ask for a right only when you are giving others their due rights. The world is full of people with different beliefs, castes, and creeds. But humanity has no religion, nor it is based on colour or ethnicity, rather it represents all human beings as equal beings. Humanity teaches us to live peacefully and let others live peacefully as kith and kin. Although the caste system is developed by the human mind which introduces upper, middle, lower caste, the minority in every society is given a lower caste category. With lower category comes fewer rights and opportunities in a…


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Nature has given everything its right and place to live, so human beings are also a part of nature. Men and women are precious beings with different body systems and responsibilities. In a society where women get respect, a place to live peacefully and freedom of speech and action, there will be more prosperity than where they do not get. Men should treat women as they want their mothers and sisters to be treated.

In a society, every individual has different responsibilities and values to survive. Somewhere women are taking care of their children and doing household chores, and in…


Water and Food Security to Avert the Climate Crises

Since the inception of human civilizations, various experiments have been done to improve living standards. However, to change the world needed a lot of effort and risks to be taken. Since the 17th century, the Industrial Revolution, the climate risks have drastically increased. Climate change can be defined as a change in the pattern of weather, and it relates to changes that are affecting land surfaces, ice sheets, and oceans. Simultaneously, climate change is impending the food and water security around the globe. Due to climate change water security is affected…


The novel is written by Muriel Maufroy. It is based on true events and involves three main characters and events that take place to change their lives, especially of the protagonist, a young girl named Kimya, Maulana Rumi and Shams-Ud-Din Tabrizi are also the main characters of this novel. Kimya’s father Farokh is an apprentice, and her mother Evodokia is a Christian. While growing up in the village, people notice how Kimya is not like everyone. She is different from her peers and knows a lot more than the other children of her age.

. Therefore, her father takes her…


The Durand line agreement of 1983 between Sir Motmir Durand And Charles Napier demarcated a narrow line between British India and Afghanistan, which later termed as “ Wakhan Corridor”. In present days, this narrow strip territory extends to china and separates Pakistan from Tajikistan or central Asian Countries. If Wakhan Corridor properly utilized, it can bring wonders for Pakistan through which Pakistan would be able to address Its power crisis issues which are directly associated with the economic development of the country.

GEOSTRATEGIC SIGNIFICANCE OF WAKHAN CORRIDOR.

The Wakhan Corridor is also termed the “roof of the world” with its…


Pakistan is situated at an important geo-strategic location, having various traditional and non-traditional security issues on its neck. The country has around 207m people, while 62 per cent people live in rural, and 48% reside in urban areas. Pakistan is passing through the climate crisis as well as energy’s poor infrastructure, and social issues. At the current pace, Pakistan can produce 35,975MW electricity formed of different energy sources such as fossil, renewable, hydropower, and nuclear energy. Pakistan is producing expensive electricity through the current resources, but it has vast resources to reduce the cost of production to achieve cheap and…


The word “Prosperity” is sometimes considered paradoxical in third world countries. But in its actual connotation, it is a cue of stability, happiness, mind-satisfaction, comforts, reliability, innovations, and it does not bring social unrest. Many questions are arising in our mind right now, few of them are Why prosperity is considered as an unachievable artefact in the third world countries? why everything looks impossible in our mind? Are we scared of failures? We will try to solve these questions by and by.

Why is prosperity considered an unachievable artefact in third world countries?

In its explication, prosperity is itself an…


In this world, there are numerous energy resources hidden inside. Thus, the energy-rich countries can be seen as having bigger economies, and they provide most of the energy supplies to the world. There are various examples of the above-mentioned statement such as Iran, CAR’s (Central Asian region), Russia, China, India, Europe, last but not the least, and the U.S. Pakistan is one of the energy-rich countries, be it gas, oil, or other energy resources like hydropower energy, wind and solar power, and other fossil fuels. Unwittingly, Pakistan is in the dark, even in the 21st century, due to the lack…


Image Credit: (Penguin Random House)
Image Credit: (Penguin Random House)

I am thrilled to complete this book on 22/05/2021. I have been reading this book since the 30th of March 2021, and it took almost 23 days to complete. The Revenge of Geography is written by Mr Robert D. Kaplan, he is the author of sixteen books on foreign affairs. Robert is a senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security. He has also been awarded as one of the world’s top 100 Global Thinkers by Foreign Magazines.

In this book, the writer argues upon the location of a country. Location does matter in this world, due to…

Ali Raza

The writer is a student of Agricultural economics, and having interest in geo-economic and politcal issues, current affairs, agriculture, and environment.

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