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The World’s Largest Islands

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Eyebrows were raised far beyond Washington D.C. when the Wall Street Journal reported that U.S. President Donald Trump may have expressed interest in buying Greenland. Danish politicians dismissed his apparent interest with Ane Lone Bagger, Greeland’s foreign minister, saying that her homeland is open …

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The World’s Most Fragile States

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Amid Brexit, the unpredictability of Trump’s presidency ongoing conflicts in Yemen and Syria and countless other factors, the world is becoming less stable and increasingly fragile. Given the situation in 2019, the results of The Fund For Peace’s Fragile State Index is …

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The Generation Gap in TV Consumption

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According to Nielsen’s latest Total Audience Report, television is still the most used electronic medium for U.S. adults. On average, Americans aged 18 and older spend almost four and a half hours a day watching TV, still beating the three hours …

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How Many Websites Are There?

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On 6 August 1991, British physicist Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in Switzerland published the first ever website, the WorldWideWeb (W3). By the end of 1992 there were ten websites online and, after CERN made the W3 technology publicly available on …

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Mending economy

Mending economy

Pakistan is celebrating 72nd Independence Day this month. Politically Pakistan got independence in 1947 yet it has to achieve economic independence though it got many opportunities to improve its financial health. Pakistan first made its 5 years plans in early …

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Geostrategic perspective on CPEC

Geostrategic perspective on CPEC

In the last week of May, 2019, the Chinese Vice President, Wang Qishan made a historical visit to Pakistan. The visit was marked with momentous events such as the commemoration of 68 years of “Iron Brother” diplomacy between the two …

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