The Corporate Underworld: White-Collar Criminality in Markets, Politics and Transnational Economic Order
“There is less graft in politics than in business,” said Anton Cermak, a politician and mayor of Chicago in the early 20th century.
Foreign aid has long been utilized as a strategic and political apparatus in the international world order.
Violation of Children’s Right to Learn: Tackling Inequality of Opportunity in the Education System of Pakistan
Education is the sine qua non of sustainable and inclusive development. Pakistan needs to challenge inequality of opportunity in the education system in the context of diversity and gender disparity, provincial differences, and socio-economic classes.
Refugees exist in Pakistan in large numbers willy-nilly. Denying them assistance may be more costly than lending a helping hand.
Climate change is not a separate threat that can be put off to tackle other socio-economic problems.