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Pakistan Essay Examples

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A Geo-Political and Social Study of Pakistan
Pakistan separated from its British Rule in 1947, after separation the country was divided into two sections east and west. Pakistan borders on the Arabian Sea between India and Iran on the west. Pakistan’s total land mass is an area of 796,095 sq km. Pakistan consists of fertile plains, hot deserts, valleys, snow clad moun...
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My Trip to Pakistan: An Experience That Changed My Life
I really didn't want to go there. Peering out the airplane window, I
saw nothing but a few brightly lit buildings in the darkness. A voice on
the loudspeaker announced that we'd be arriving in just a few short
minutes. I'd been sitting in that seat for over fourteen hours and I
felt relieved that I'd be getting up soon. Wel...
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The Past and Future of Pakistan
Pakistan is a country that, since its creation, has been rooted in turmoil. The recent years are no exception to this. Since 1988, power has been divided among the president, the prime minister and the military. Tensions between the three, however, have led to eight changes of government and three elections. No elected lead...
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Understanding the Relationship of Pakistan with the IMF and World Bank
A Portrait of the Death of an Economy My topic deals with Pakistan, its relationship with the IMF and World Bank, and its internal problems that are causing unemployment, poverty, economic crisis and hunger. I shall be analyzing the situation using the neo-classical theory, as it is what the economists of the Pakistan gove...
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A History of the India and Pakistan Conflict
The conflict between India and Pakistan has been going on since their partition in 1947. With the recent developments in both countries' nuclear arsenals as well as the increase in insurgent movements in the disputed territory of Kashmir, it has now escalated to a point where the security of not only South Asia but also the...
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An Overview of Pakistan
overview of pakistan Pakistan is bordered by India to the East and Southwest, the Arabian Sea to the South, Iran to the West, Afghanistan to the West and Northwest and China to the North. Pakistan has four provinces, Punjab, Sind, Baluchistan and the North West Frontier. Each province has its own distinct language and cust...
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An Analysis of the Economy and Industry of Pakistan, an Asian Country
Salient Features: Low-income country with promising growth but transition to middle-income nation held back by chronic problems including rapidly rising population, sizable government deficits, heavy dependence on foreign aid, large military expenditures, and recurrent governmental instability. Gross Domestic Product (GDP...
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An Argument against India's Nuclear Testing
India Vs. Pakistan Global Warfare: Indias Nuclear Testing Within the last decade, India and Pakistans ongoing struggle with Kashmir has peaked due to nuclear warfare testing. The testing not only aggravated the situation in Southern Asia, but has also worsened the global condition. Tension with Pakistan, lack of su...
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An Introduction to the History of the Republic of Pakistan
The Republic of Pakistan (Speech)
Thank You, ladies and gentlemen. Now, we, The Republic of Pakistan, as we
feel it is our sole responsibility to do so, would hereby like to take
this opportunity to inform and educate you of our current situation... We
would like to show you what has happened with ourselves and India, what...
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The Background of the South Asian Country of Pakistan
Located in South Asia, Pakistan lies proudly, with many different land forms. It has a strong culture and holds the first woman head of government in the Muslim community. Many traditions, cultures, resources and strong religious beliefs are present in Pakistan. Pakistan is a fairly new country, but offers a beautiful count...
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A Discussion on the Training, Leadership and Equipment, and the Fitness of the Pakistan Army
Having suspended the constitution and instituted military rule, the Pakistan Army continues to play a major role in its country's development. Brian Cloughley examines its training, leadership and equipment and evaluates its fitness for role. ON 12/13 October 1999 the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan was...
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A Macroeconomic Perspective of Pakistan Government Corporations and Transport Sector
A Macro Economic Perspective A short over-view to the Government Corporations and other segments in the Transport Sector of Pakistan including the M2 Motorway, the Railways, Pakistan International Airlines Corporation and Pakistan National Shipping Corporation. Introduction Different Segments of the Transport Sector of...
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A Look at the Prevalence of Child Labor in Pakistan
Child Labor in Pakistan Ryan Eagleton November 6, 1999 & John Hammer Child labor is a byproduct of the industrial revolution and was used mainly because Child Labor is a cheap labor force, and because of the child size they could get into places where adults could not. During the late 18th, through th...
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A History of Pakistan on the Middle East
Steve Olker Core 132 Pakistan Pakistan is a country that, since its creation, has been rooted in turmoil. The recent years are no exception to this. Since 1988, power has been divided among the president, the prime minister and the military. Tensions between the three, however, have led to eight changes of government an...
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A Macroeconomic Perspective of Pakistan's Transport Sector
A Macro Economic Perspective A short over-view to the Government Corporations and other segments in the Transport Sector of Pakistan including the M2 Motorway, the Railways, Pakistan International Airlines Corporation and Pakistan National Shipping Corporation. Introduction Different Segments of the Transport Sector of...
1,384 words
3 pages
A Portrait of the Death of an Economy
A Portrait of the Death of an Economy My topic deals with Pakistan, its relationship with the IMF and World Bank, and its internal problems that are causing unemployment, poverty, economic crisis and hunger. I shall be analyzing the situation using the neo-classical theory, as it is what the economists of the Pakistan gove...
6,046 words
13 pages
Analysis of Unveiling the Sacred: Reading the Gendered Female Body in Contemporary Pakistani Fiction
“Unveiling the Sacred: Reading the Gendered Female Body in Contemporary Pakistani Fiction” is not simply a study project undertaken to fulfill the requirements of a degree nor is it a quest for the satisfaction of some academic curiosity; rather it is a very personal, yet critical, engagement with the representation of the...
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The Economy in India and Pakistan
Talking about foreign direct investment (FDI) in emerging economies,
former US Federal Reserve Chief Alan Greenspan says: ``But clearly the
Licence Raj (in India) has discouraged foreign direct investment. India
received $7 billion in FDI in 2005, a sum dwarfed by China's $72
billion. India's cumulative stock of FDI at 6 pe...
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The Challenges I Experienced When I Moved from Pakistan to America
Most of us have experienced moving from one country to another. People forsake their homeland and move somewhere else for various reasons and throughout history, countless millions of people have done so. Learning a new language, wearing the same style of clothes as others and teaching yourself how to be like others to be a...
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The American Foreign Policy on Asia
The foreign policy of the United States of America on Asia aimed at the
establishment and protection of security, peace, prosperity and
democratic political environment from their citizens. It commutes
traditionally between two contrasting strategies, the isolationism and
internationalism. The U.S. is responsible for the es...
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USSR and the World Revolution
Since the mid-1950s, Afghanistan maintained good relations with the USSR .The Pakistan, a neighbor and rival, was an ally of the United States. The coup of 1973 overthrew the monarchy. Soon the new regime, very authoritarian, distances himself from the USSR. In April 1978, a military coup brings a left wings regime, the Com...
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The Life of Malala Yousafzai
People all over the world consider Malala Yousafzai as one of the bravest women in the world ("Child Hero: Malala Yousafzai"). She has and would again give her life to her beliefs that women should have the right to an education. Malala is a women's rights activist; she fights for women to have the same rights as everyone e...
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Being Pakistani in Post-9/11 America
The air had a delightfully sweet smell to it. The scent of fried sweets, snacks, and breads from the streets overcame the odor of car pollution and each person seemed to have been perfumed with concoctions of sandalwood and rose. The streets were busy with people running back and forth, trying to find the best price on a ba...
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Travel Really Does Broaden Your Mind
The first few years of my life were spent in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan; one of the most cosmopolitan and urbanized cities of the country. My father was in the army and one day he got a posting letter from the Pakistan Army to report to the military hospital in Quetta. Quetta is provincial capital of Baluchistan; t...
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An Essay on Issues in Pakistan's National Identity
Pakistan's National Identity Founded for religious purposes in 1946, Pakistan is a relatively new country that has grown very quickly. Pakistan's national identity has been undermined by the separatist religious factions of the Shi'iah and Sunni Muslim clans and enhanced by the use of madrasas, schools that teach and suppor...
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