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Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper

Mr Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper is a freelance columnist from Sindh.

A Guide to Applying for the British Council’s IELTS Test in Pakistan

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 9:06 pm

Are you interested in going abroad? Whether it’s to study, for work, or simply to live overseas, you’ll come across the IELTS test. We’ve created a comprehensive guide for you to help you apply for the IELTS exam, a popular English language test of the British Council.
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Canada-Philippines Defence Agreement and the South China Sea Dispute

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 8:39 pm

The recent defence agreement signed between Canada and the Philippines is focused on cooperation in military education, information sharing, training exchanges, peacekeeping operations, and disaster responses regulated between the military and defence establishment of both countries. Although it doesn’t mention a direct aim of safeguarding the claims of the Philippines in the South China Sea, the defence agreement would surely play its role in the ongoing dispute.
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The Pakistan-Iran Border: A Conduit of Culture, Trade, and Geopolitical Dynamics

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 8:14 pm

The Pakistan-Iran border of about 900 kilometers serves more than just an average natural barrier function; it’s an energetic artery for economical, traditional, and geo-political significance. In fact, the contemporary contacts with Iran date back to ancient migrations of Persian monarchies, Mughal emperors, and Safavid shahs who laid the historical borders that persist to this day.
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Unrest and Uncertainty: Analyzing the Wave of Military Coups in Africa

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 9:29 pm

Africa is currently facing an alarming surge of military coups. Such events indicate serious problems within the governance and democratic processes of this continent. The ripple effects of the coups in the African region reached both Niger and Gabon this year.
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Rising Waters, Rising Challenges: Confronting Ghana’s Flood Crisis

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 9:52 pm

Recent floods in Ghana’s southern regions have portrayed the devastating effect that natural disasters can have on communities, underscoring the need for climate action and disaster management strategies. Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper investigates this topic from an international relations viewpoint by detailing the roles of NGOs, the responses by the IGOs, and future actions planned as a collective response.
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Crackdown on Illegal Afghan Immigrants: What Lies Ahead for Pakistan

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 10:02 pm

Recently, Pakistan launched an aggressive crackdown against undocumented Afghan immigrants living within its borders. This move by its government could have serious ramifications both for individual refugees and regional dynamics – in an era when relations between Pakistan, Afghanistan, and global communities continue to evolve rapidly.
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Imran Khan’s Political Future

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 7:54 pm

Imran Khan’s arrest in August, followed by PTI’s internal fragmentation, has sent shockwaves through Pakistan’s political landscape. Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper unravels the complexities of Khan’s legal battles, the challenges facing PTI, and the broader political turmoil in the country. As Pakistan grapples with uncertainty, the story of Imran Khan’s political journey takes center stage, reflecting the ever-shifting dynamics of its politics.
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Feudalism in Sindh’s Politics: Empowerment or Impediment?

Written by Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper 7:07 pm

Muhammad Shahbaz Rajper delves into the intricate web of feudalism in Sindh. He unearths the historical roots and impact of feudal beliefs on the province’s political landscape, examining whether feudalism has empowered the people or posed a formidable obstacle to progress and development. He discovers the harsh realities of bonded labor, ethnic tensions, and dynastic politics, and understands the urgent need for dismantling this system to pave the way for a more inclusive and prosperous future for all in Sindh.
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