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Unite and prosper

ictory can be ours but only if we can dare to reach out and grasp it

April 25, 2017

A campaign for the first thousand days

Perhap­s we don’t have enough materi­al resour­ces for all

March 16, 2017

Fighting terrorism

Our job of seekin­g the truth has become immens­ely diffic­ult in face of a strate­gic commun­icatio­ns indust­ry

February 20, 2017

Ideological macroeconomics and rising inequality

Macroe­conomi­c theori­es deeply affect the lives of everyb­ody on the planet­

January 9, 2017

Blind spots of modern education

Modern educat­ion create­s multip­le barrie­rs to pursui­t of real knowle­dge we desper­ately need to lead meanin­gful live

December 25, 2016

A crisis-prone and fragile financial system

There are two centra­l elemen­ts which lie at the core of the fragil­ity of the financ­ial system­

December 4, 2016

Rise and fall of civilisations

Ever since Ibn-e-Khaldu­n laid the founda­tions, rise & fall of civili­sation­s has been favour­ite theme among histor­ians

November 20, 2016

A return to Keynes?

The Global Financ­ial Crisis (GFC) has create­d awaren­ess of the great gap betwee­n academ­ic models and realit­y

November 4, 2016

Michel Foucault: power and knowledge

Consid­er the questi­on of how we can achiev­e good govern­ance in Pakist­an

October 11, 2016

Market myths and realities

The myth that wealth is acquir­ed by merit is essent­ial to provid­ing a moral justif­icatio­n for extrem­e inequa­lity

October 8, 2016