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Category: Security

  • Terrorism and its relation with the Strategic Culture of Pakistan

    Terrorism has a link with the strategic culture of Pakistan. Very few know the story of Islamists of Afghanistan which started long ago before the emergence of Taliban to counter Soviet Union in 1979. Initially, these Islamists groups were first channelized in 1973, to encounter the modernist agenda of Dauod Khan. In 1978, Daud’s government was ousted by…

  • Cyber Security and its implications on International Relations

    Introduction In today’s interconnected world, cyber security has become a critical issue in international relations. With the increasing reliance on technology in both personal and professional spheres, governments, organizations, and individuals are all at risk of cyber-attacks that can compromise sensitive information and disrupt daily life. As such, ensuring cyber security has become a key…

  • Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

    Resurgence of Terrorism in Pakistan

    After the United States pulled out of Afghanistan in August of last year, the Taliban took control of the country. At the same time, the number of terrorist attacks in Pakistan increased by 51 percent. Death toll in Pakistan There were 433 deaths and 719 injuries in 250 events throughout Pakistan between August 15, 2021,…

  • Impact of Fifth-Generation Warfare on Pakistan

    Non-kinetic warfare, or “Fifth-generation of war,” is a concept introduced by Robert Steele in 2003. This “war of information and perception” (as defined by Danial Abbot) involves the use of social networks, media campaigns, and artificial intelligence. It is to maneuver the views of people toward their country and makes use of the aforementioned tools…

  • Role of Media and Terrorism

    Terrorism is a complex and subjective issue and one of the most disputed concepts in the social sciences. The general public largely misunderstands this idea. It leads to pointless disagreements and moving discussions. There is no consensus on this concept as it is a much broader term, having diverse perspectives. Terrorism has always existed in many…

  • What’s the Difference Between Deep Web and Dark Web?

    What’s the Difference Between Deep Web and Dark Web?

    What is a Web? A Web is an information system that enables access to information over the Internet. We can access the Web through web browsers. With the help of a Web browser, users can easily find any information they want. As the World Wide Web has grown, there have been many changes. Now, new kinds…

  • The great depression of 1930

    The great depression of 1930

    Introduction The 1929–1939 Great Depression was a global economic depression that affected all countries. The industrialized Western world had never before faced a depression of such length and severity, and as a result, economic institutions, macroeconomic policy, and economic theory underwent significant changes. Despite having its roots in the United States, the Great Depression had…

  • Pakistan Economy Problems

    Pakistan Economy Problems

    Introduction The Pakistan economy is one of low growth, rising unemployment and inflation, declining investment, and enormous budget deficits. The Fundamental imbalances that serve as impenetrable barriers to long-term economic development and prosperity. Structural Issues in Pakistan The structural issues in Pakistan are as follows: disproportionately high government involvement in economic activities; a sizable informal…

  • METAVERSE

    METAVERSE

    What is Metaverse? The term “metaverse” refers to the idea of a permanent, online, 3D cosmos consisting of a wide variety of individual virtual worlds. Imagine a new and improved version of the web from the far future. By using the Metaverse, people can interact in these virtual worlds for various purposes, including business, meetings,…

  • Pakistan:  protests by families of the disappeared met with intimidation, harassment, and violence

    Pakistan:  protests by families of the disappeared met with intimidation, harassment, and violence

    Pakistan is a democratic state that provides and protects the fundamental rights of its citizens. The state is under the obligation to safeguard the rights to life, liberty, and dignity of every person. The constitution of Pakistan of 1973 has a separate chapter on fundamental rights. This chapter protects the right to assembly and association…