The idea of liberalism emerged in the West at a time when the masses were used to being ruled by elites, who exercised power by virtue of the divine right to rule. The people went to wars and cultivated land...Read more
The Indus Water Treaty, signed in Karachi on September 19th, 1960, has been hailed as an exemplary model of conflict resolution in international politics. The treaty provides a framework for sharing the...Read more
Elections form the cornerstone of a democracy. It is elections which decide the public mandate and authorize representatives to assume their position as legislators. It is therefore crucial for a democratic...Read more
There is a solid reason behind why an increasing number of countries are placing restrictions on their citizens from accessing social media (Elsayed-Ali, 2018). And no, these restrictions don’t come at the...Read more
Pakistan conducted its parliamentary elections on 25th July 2018, with three dominant parties competing for the majority. Imran Khan, the former cricketer turned anti-corruption activist, can be said to have...Read more
Editor's Note: This article is a Part II of the series on the topic of Maratha Morcha. Read the Part I here. The months that have followed the Part I of this series, the demand for Maratha...Read more
Citizenship is perhaps the most important link between an individual and a state. Nations guard their citizenship- by imposing stringent criteria for the acquisition of citizenship and by maintaining a...Read more
Indian Student Unions have been functioning since Independence, attracting the influence of political parties and the participation of a widespread student populace, especially in the national capital. With...Read more
The 2008 Global Financial crisis not only had effects on the economy but also in the political sphere. It was also followed by the Eurozone crisis, which worsened the recovery of the world economy. Although...Read more
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