An Analysis of Pakistan Foreign policy in Ayub Khan’s Regime

an analysis of ayub khan regime of the foreign policy of Pakistan by faizan

Abstract This research paper narrowly follows the foreign policy of Pakistan during the 1960s period which was fashioned by President Ayub Khan and foreign minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Retrospectively, Pakistan’s foreign policy inclined toward the United States of America. Pakistan had signed many alliances with US while in this phase of time Pakistan foreign policy thinkers started to transit the alignment policy from West to Eastern bloc of communist countries. Transition process had started with the development projects which Pakistan had initiated with communist and Afro-Asian countries i.e. Oil exploration,…

An analysis of agricultural policies of Ayoub Khan’s regime | 1958-1968

An analysis of agricultural policies in Pakistan of Ayoub Khan's regime 1958-1968

Abstract The growth rate in agriculture during Ayoub Khan’s regime was remarkable. This sector at the time of economic recession proved very fruitful in strengthening the economy of Pakistan for the time being. Polices which were formulated in this sector were solely responsible for development. Though the policies were given by one man Ayoub Khan and were not passed from the parliament despite this agriculture sector boomed up. The study suggests that for the first time this sector was strengthened. Before this no any polices and planning was available. This…

Pakistan’s Geo Locations Dictates for its Geopolitics Geographic Compulsions and Prospects

Pakistan Geo Locations Dictates for its Geopolitics PM Imran Khan

Abstract Sub-Continent comprises of seven states (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives). Over the total area of South Asia, which is 5,134,641, square kilometres, Pakistan covers 881,913 square kilometres (including Indian Occupied Kashmir). Pakistan is ranked 2nd in South Asia and 33rd on the globe, concerning the area. It is 2nd biggest population of South Asia and ranked as the 5th biggest population of the world. Pakistan due to its geopolitical and geostrategic location has been the centre of focus for power players of the world. With…

An analysis of Industrial Policies of Pakistan 1972-1977 | Bhutto Regime

An analysis of Industrial Policies of Pakistan 1972-1977 Bhutto regime

Abstract Economists and policymakers believe that industrialization guarantees economic growth and development. Additionally, industrial development has historically been very important to every state. The economy is directly proportional to wellbeing and political stability. So, industrialization is a prime factor in order to boost the economy up and to be in frontline for development. In this regard, initially, this paper aims at showing the historical development in the industry of Pakistan. Contemporarily, factors and policies are also analysed to know growth as per policies of 1972-1977 (after the separation of East…

Coronavirus outbreak – Pandemic COVID 19 and its consequences

Coronavirus outbreak COVID 19 Pandemic

Coronavirus outbreak – Pandemic COVID 19 is an unprecedented event which is considered to be a big game-changer factor all around the globe. It’s indeed a big game-changer. Just consider the facts and data coming officially from all around the globe. It can be seen that people have started thinking differently, their behaviours have now changed, their approach has become a bit mild, the economic situation is just moving deep under the earth. And people are just at the survival edge. It’s probably one of the most difficult conditions of…

Occupied Jammu and Kashmir – Empathy on current happening

Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, A child is praying Dua

58 days have been passed to the curfew in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Since that Kashmir valley is bleeding and  Kashmir is slaughtering by the cruel hands of RSS and Modi Sarkar. Innocent people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir are waiting & longing for a miracle to happen. Because they know that no one will be going to help and stand with them. Because doing this is ultimately standing against one of the world’s big markets, India. The people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, and Muslims (true believers…

Corruption and its influence on the development of Pakistan

Corruption and its influence on the development of Pakistan cloud art gofrixty

The word “Corruption” has taken from the Latin word “corruptus” means to break. Literally, it means “a broken object”. Corruption means to use your power in a negative way. Corruption is a form of behaviour, which takes you away from ethics, morality, traditions, law and virtues. World Bank defines corruption in this way that it is the abuse of public office for private gains. According to the National Anti-Corruption Strategy, corruption is a behaviour of officeholders to enrich themselves unlawfully and induce others to do so by misusing the position…

Imran Khan – Prime minister of Pakistan at Muzaffarabad

Imran Khan addressing in Muzaffarabad on Kashmir Issue

At the beginning of the speech, Prime Minister Imran Khan directed the Modi (Prime minister of India) and said that their painful step towards Kashmir is ridiculous. Mr Khan added that RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) is an extremist and terrorist organization in India working against all other religions other than Hinduism in India. Which is completely against the human rights and ideology of Gandhi and Nehru’s India. Modi is a recognized member of RSS since his childhood – Mr Khan reveled and further added that he will continuously keep struggling…

Khairpur Medical College: Another victim of poor governance

Khairpur Medical College Khairpur KMC

In political science, governance is recognized with two approaches, called better governance and poor governance. Better governance looks towards political renewal, whereas, poor governance is characterized by unaccountability, the unjust legal system, and with the abuse of executive power. Which is always a big threat to any nation. And it seems Khairpur Medical College lies in the bracket of poor governance. In the last decade, Pakistan has been governed by two big political allies. One in the government and other in apposition for 5 years each. And these allies created…