• Kashmir
    WHAT IS THE NATURE OF THE LOGIC OF THE KASHMIR CONFLICT? Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The president of United States, Bill Clinton once said that Kashmir can be considered as the most dangerous place in the world. He also added that the moot point is the line of control in the Indian subcontinent acros...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    The Kashmir conflict (Hindi: कश्मीर विवाद, Urdu: کشمیر جھگڑا) is a current territorial dispute over the Kashmir region, the northwesternmost region of South Asia. The countries disputing are India, Pakistan, China, and the Kashmiri people. India claims the entire sta...
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  • Kashmir Issue
    These claims are often reinforced with partisan interpretation of history and selective evidence. The real attitude and concrete policies towards the dispute, however, are often governed by perception of short term “national interests” as defined by dominant political elite of the two countries...
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  • Kashmir Dispute
    Cannot find your essay? Order it from us and for only $12.95 you will receive a professionally written essay that meets your specific requirements. We guarantee complete satisfaction! Kashmir: Paradise Exposed To Hell Our group topic: “Causes and Effects of Wars” provoked me to write about...
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  • Kashmir: Paradise Exposed to Hell
    Our group topic: "Causes and Effects of Wars" provoked me to write about the threatening dispute of "Jammu and Kashmir" which has become more threatening after the nuclear capabilities of India and Pakistan. My main claim revolves around the theme that the burning dispute of Kashmir, between India a...
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  • relationship pakistan and amercia
     Realation ship pak and America Outlines 1) Introduction 2) A relationship spanning over 65 years, both partners have sustained it, sometimes happily, other times not so happily. Many in the U.S. government and quite a number of independent analysts continue to express the view...
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  • kashmir conflict
    Kashmir Conflict The conflict over the South Asian country Kashmir was vastly affected by relevant causes. There were political, cultural, and economical factors involved. Kashmir is considered an in between country mixed in with two countries fighting for it. After India gained their...
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  • Pakistan China Cooperation
    China and Pakistan: Fair-Weather Friends By Michael Beckley Two assumptions dominate current debates on US foreign policy toward Pakistan. First, Pakistan shares a robust “allweather” friendship with China centered on core national interests. Second, Pakistan’s ability to turn to China in...
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  • Pakistan in 2013
    Pakistan in 2013 RESEARCH PAPER 12/76 6 December 2012 2013 will be another important year for Pakistan. Federal and provincial elections will be held during the first half of the year. If, as seems increasingly likely, the Pakistan People’s Party-led Government sees out its full term in office...
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  • Speech on Kashmir Issue
    SPEECH ON JAMMU & KASHMIR DISPUTE Honourable Course Director, Respected Deputy Course Director and Dear Colleagues Assalam-o-Alaikum My topic of speech is Kashmir Issue. Today, There are many issues which are threats to World peace the The Kashmir dispute is the oldest, unresolved, inte...
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  • Kashmir Conflict
    INTRODUCTION: The Kashmir dispute is the oldest unresolved international conflict in the world today. Pakistan considers Kashmir as its core political dispute with India. So does the international community, except India. The exchange of fire between their forces across the Line of Control, which...
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  • Pakistan Role in War on Terror
    Background The events of September 11 impacted international polices and the regional situation within Pakistan necessitated change to its internal policies. Pakistan found that it had no risk-free options: all polices were full of danger and risk of varying degrees. The test was to adopt such a po...
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  • Kashmir politics and regional stability
    Research On Kashmir politics and regional stability Submitted To: Ehsanul Haque Professor Dept. of International Relations University of Dhaka Submitted By: Kaniz Fatema Roll: KM-66...
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  • kashmir affiarr
    Most of the Pakistanies don’t even know the physical condition and boundaries of Kashmir. The reason is not that they don’t know but it is that they were not let to know ever the reality. It won’t be wrong if i say that "Thief never admitted himself that he is a thief". Kashmir lies in the...
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  • Some Important Social, Economical, Political Problem Faced by the Government Immediately After Creation of Pakistan.
    In August 1947, Pakistan was faced with a number of problems, some immediate but others long term. The most important of these concerns was the role played by Islam. Was Pakistan to be a secular state serving as a homeland for Muslims of the subcontinent, or was it to be an Islamic state governed by...
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  • Prospects for Pakistan
    Prospects for Pakistan Jonathan Paris January 2010 Prospects for Pakistan Jonathan Paris Legatum Institute Copyright © 2010 Legatum Limited All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical including...
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  • Women Empowerment in Pakistan
    Aurat Foundation Women’s Empowerment in Pakistan A Scoping Study January 2011 This publication was produced as a scoping study by the Gender Equity Program (GEP) of Aurat Foundation with the financial support of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) . The study was car...
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  • Major Problems Facing Pakistan Today
    " MAJOR PROBLEMS FACING PAKISTAN TODAY" Introduction:- Pakistan was established in 1947 and since its inception, it has been surrounded by countless issues including but not limited to ill-formed/missing in...
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  • Root Cause of Terrorism in Pakistan
    Root Causes of terrorism In Pakistan : Not only Pakistan but the whole world is facing the problems of prevailing terrorist activities in one or some other form. These activities and attacks are prevailing like the cancer in the whole world that may be the most developed nations or the third world...
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  • Economic Problems Faced by Pakistan
    History Of Pakistan Economic Problems Faced by Today’s Pakistan Table of Contents Introduction 4 Poverty 4 Illiteracy 5 Corruption & Political Instability 5 Over Population, Unemployment & Inflation 6 International Interference 8 Terrorism/Extremism 8 Recent Floods 9 Long-Term Eff...
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