Tag Archives: Pakistan

Pakistan: NAB Destroying Faith in Accountability?

How can a watchdog arrest, detain, handcuff individuals or clamp down on businesses, including health facilities, without quantifying the extent of crime first?

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Why are There So Many Democratic Candidates for President?

Divisions inside political parties and easy ways for candidates to raise money are among the reasons why.

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The Fake Pakistani Bride Story

There is nothing wrong in Chinese men coming to Pakistan to look for brides if they are honest in their endeavor. The moment fake marriages are conducted aiming not at marriage and family creation but luring young women into prostitution the situation changes.

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Will There be a Détente with Pakistan After the Indian Elections?

A partnership for peace based on sincerity and verifiable actions is the best promise for Pakistan and India to achieve detente. Enhanced bilateral trade is another mutually beneficial track that can help the two sides create stakes in peace.

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Your Internet Data is Rotting

MySpace users were recently shocked to learn that the company lost 50 million user files. It's a harsh lesson in not leaving your intellectual property unprotected on the information superhighway.

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CPEC: External Violence and Internal Opposition

With no water and no electricity, how can the Pakistani government hope to sell Gwadar as the most critical link in the CPEC chain, asks one analyst.

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China-US Trade War Heats up: 3 Reasons it Won’t Cool Down Anytime Soon

An economist explains why the US and Chinese governments are most likely to dig in their heels rather than find a compromise to end the costly trade conflict.

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The Marijuana Industry’s Dirty Little Secret

Investments in new tech, new methods and new approaches will allow cannabis cultivators to stay profitable despite narrowing margins and falling prices. And that means the green boom will keep going.

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Infrastructure and Energy Bind Bangladesh to China

As China outstrips all other external investors in Bangladesh by a considerable margin, energy and infrastructure projects are tying the South Asian country ever more tightly to China.

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Will The Gambia be a Turning Point for AU Peace Efforts?

After struggling to achieve results, the African Union is taking a different approach to post-conflict reconstruction in The Gambia.

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