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Global Age view on American politics: foreign policy after Democrats’ House win

The Democratic majority’s greatest influence will be oversight − the ability to call hearings

Mind your language

Grammarians at KIPS remind their students of ‘Standard English’ and finally wind up their pep talk with a string of prepositions

Russian reciprocity keeping friends close and your enemies closer

Indians are buying arms from Americans and Pakistanis, once Americans' Cold War ally against the Soviet Union, are becoming cozy with Russians. Analysts at Global Age weigh in on the close cooperation between Moscow and Islamabad

INF TREATY THE SUM OF ALL NUKE FEARS

By pulling out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, American President Donald Trump could land in a big gun-down in the long run, say Global Age political analysts

CUBAN CRISIS KHRUSHCHEV DICED WITH DEATH AND DIED WITH IT

The Communist leader’s over-reach to get rid of America’s Cold War strategic encirclement of the Soviet Union put the final nail in his coffin

TWO WORLDS APART WASHINGTON AND BEIJING ARE LOOKING FOR MORE TROUBLE

Conflicts over South China Sea, Taiwan and trade have soured relations between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping and plunged both into the diplomatic deep freeze. The think-tank based at Global Age believes the honeymoon is almost over

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION VIVE LA RÉVOLUTION!

KIPS Bureau's historians concisely review Ruth Scurr's book Robespierre and the French Revolution and blend Robespierre's ruthlessness and idealism with their brief history of la Révolution française

THE LOGIC ABOUT LOGICAL REASONING

Our capacity for abstract thought is a cognitive trick, yet this argument undermines itself. Can we trust our own reason? KIPS Bureau's lecturers look at the reasoning

POLITICAL PANORAMA WHAT MID-TERMS MEAN FOR FUTURE POLITICS?

The elections have changed the political landscape and will affect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, the border wall, the economy, healthcare, climate change and redistricting, Global Age thinks ahead to coming changes

ENGLISH VS AMERICAN YOU THINK IT, I SPEAK IT

Americanisation of English has split speakers and linguists into two worlds. But how did this happen and why should we care?

Top story: all-weather friendship promises more trade

The China International Import Expo, which ended on November 10, is opening the country's market further to the world as many exporters, including those from Pakistan, plan to take advantage of this opportunity.

OLD AND NEW AUTHORITARIANS ‘CONTAINMENT’ WAS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL

President Harry Truman's doctrine of 'containment' was not without its critics who claimed the outcome would be an ongoing 'cold war' that might never involve actual combat, but would drag on drying up his country's resources

‘PLANET NINE’ JIGSAW PUZZLE

Do you know which planet is the densest? How about the densest element on earth?

CHINESE CONNECTION $1BILLION MEANT TO KEEP MR. KHAN CLOSE

  • KIPS Bureau
  • Dec, 2018
  • 844
  • Country diary Market access
Global Age economists weigh in on the good, the bad and the ugly sides of the all-weather friendship

Muhammad Usman Tipu: The Women’s Strength In PSP Is Increasing In Every Upcoming Batch

Our law man has been busy, even by his standards. After passing his CSS exam in 2014 by scoring 680 in the written paper and 185 in interview, he joined the Police Service and helped inspire more students to join the force.

PAKISTAN POLLUTION POLITICIANS MUST COME CLEAN ON ENVIRONMENT

Study shows as many as 11 million premature deaths are linked to air pollution alone

THE GOLDEN AGE WHAT WENT WRONG WITH THE ARAB WORLD?

The most significant factor in the decline was physical and geopolitical. Global Age investigates the saga of the fallen science

LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION WOMEN MAKE UP ONE-FOURTH OF WORK FORCE

Pakistan ranks 141 out of 142 countries in the gender gap index. Global Age takes a peep at the facts and figures

NEW PAKISTAN REFORMERS OR DEFORMERS?

  • KIPS Bureau
  • Dec, 2018
  • 598
  • Pakistan’s education reforms
Can reformers make up for generations of neglect? Global Age educationists set aside their scepticism and look around for an answer

MODERN MINDED PLATONICALLY SPEAKING, IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME

Cyrus G. Robati poses the 64,000-Drachma question: How much did Plato know about behavioural economics and cognitive biases? Pretty much everything, it turns out

MINORITY REPORT DEVELOPMENT, NOT DEBT REPAYMENT, RANKS ABOVE ALL

With an economy paralysed by International Monetary Fund (IMF) interference, Pakistan could reassert its independence by halting debt repayments, writes Global Age

MISSING MATTER DOES IT MATTER IF THE MATTER IS DARK?

Only five percent of the universe is visible. What is the invisible part then made up of? Cyrus G. Robati looks deep into the dark side of the universe