Sharif Ahmed

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  • Somalia at War Essay

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    Africa is a rich continent with an abundance of resources, diverse cultures, exotic people and exciting traditions, yet it seems as though it is perpetually facing armed conflict (Lukunka, 2012). Of the conflicts Africa is facing currently, Somalia is the center for some of the largest conflicts. The history of Somalia has been hit with conflict after conflict, not only between rival clans but also with other countries, most recently between not only regional powers but also the US and Al-Qaida

  • Somali An Analysis Of Violent Events And U.s. Covert Operations

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    Somalia in the Age of War on Terror: An Analysis of Violent Events and U.S. Covert Operations The Zambakari Advisory Phoenix, AZ 85005 Introduction Somalia is a small country in the eastern part of Africa, known as “The Horn of Africa”. According to the CIA World Factbook (2016), Somalia has a population of roughly 10.4 million, and 85 percent of people are Somali. Additionally, a significant part of the population is Muslim, (CIA World Factbook, 2016), whom have contributed to the current conflict

  • Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif

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    Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif, (Punjabi, Urdu: میاں محمد نواز شریف) (born 25 December 1949) is a Pakistani politician who was Prime Minister of Pakistan twice. He served two non-consecutive terms (November 1990-July 1993 and February 1997-October 1999). He leads the political party, Pakistan Muslim League (N). He was Chief Minister of Punjab from 1985 to 1990. He owns Ittefaq Group, a private steel mill enterprise. He is a wealthy businessman and a conservative politician. His first term was shortened

  • Privatization Of The National Economy Of Pakistan

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    government. When any public company becomes private, then in that company the investor cannot purchase a stake. In Pakistan, the process of privatization was a program of policy measures in the economic period of Pakistan. The Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has first conceived and implemented the idea of privatization, in order to enable the nationalized companies and industries towards market economy. It has initiated 1989-90 immediately just after the economic collapse of Soviet Union. The program

  • Political And Historical Conflict Of India And Pakistan

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    Long history of political and historical conflict can trigger two countries to fight over a problem very minimal. The Kargil war was fought because a country crossed another country 's border. This was a war between two countries India and Pakistan they are very similar countries they share common cultural, geographical and similar economic. Before 1947 India and Pakistan was a whole country but in 1947 after the British Raj new nations were formed. When the nation got divided into two India ended

  • Aligarh's First Generation By David Lelyveld

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    Aligarh’s First Generation By David Lelyveld Review The book ‘Aligarh’s First Generation’ by David Lelyveld is a case study of the ‘Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College’, today known as the ‘Aligarh Muslim University’, in its first twenty-five years of inception, i.e., from 1875-1900. The book explores the nature of Muslim cultural identity in India in the nineteenth century, and the changes it may have undergone in the context of colonial rule. It was the period when the first generation of Muslims

  • Bariral And Bulunatal Issues In The LATE 1990s

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    to lay the basis for the memorandum on energy, and focus on an Energy protection contract between the two countries. This was followed by Primary Reverend Nawaz Sharif's journey to Tehran for the 8th OIC Peak Meeting on 9–11 Dec 1997. While there Sharif organized talks with Us us primary executive Khatami, with a perspective to improving bilateral connections, as well as finding a solution to the Afghan issues. Chief Professional Common Pervez Musharraf paid a two-day journey to Tehran

  • The Importance Of Education In Education

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    militants or failed to properly prosecute them, and this needs to change,” (Sheppard). After the devastating attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16, 2014, which killed 135 children, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced a 20-point National Action Plan to combat terrorism, but none of the 20 points in the act pertained to students or education (Sheppard). The Pakistani government continues to fail its female citizens by not protecting them and their right to education. Not

  • Political Ideology In Pakistan Research Paper

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    Ideology “Ideology is a comprehensive set of normative beliefs, conscious and unconscious ideas, that an individual, group or society has. In social studies, a political ideology is a certain ethical set of ideals, principles, doctrine or symbols of a social movement, or a large group that explains how a society should work”.1 Political ideologies are concerned with many different aspects of society including the economy, education, health care, justice system and foreign policy. There are two dimensions

  • Pakistan's Economic Performance oer the Last 20 Years

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    Introduction PAKISTAN’S RECENT HISTORY In the last 20 years, Pakistan has oscillated between 3 personalities – Benazir Bhutto, Nawaz Sharif, and Gen. (retd.) Pervez Musharraf. The current President, Asif Zardari, it can be argued, is in power mainly because he was the husband of the late Benazir Bhutto, although he has come into his own over the last two years. Benazir and Sharif were both Prime Minister for two terms each, with each ending the other’s term, citing incompetency and unfitness to rule. In