Volume 6, No. 2, February 2024
Editor: Rashed Rahman
Dr Maqsudul Hasan Nuri
‘Far right’, ‘radical right’ and ‘extreme right’ are interchangeably used by scholars related to different shades of right populism. The phenomenon is increasingly dissected by scholars from the west.
Rafi Pervaiz Bhatti
“Oye Fraudio, Tussi Ithay Keeh Pai Karde Oh?” (Oh you scoundrels, what are you doing here?). My Principal in Punjab University Law College, Sheikh Imtiaz Ali, drove past us but reversed his car just to cut the teasing remark in Punjabi.
On the last day of the BRICS summit in Johannesburg, South Africa, the five founding states (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa)
Aggressive territorial usurpation and expansion of settlements by Israel
The UN adopted Resolution 181 (also known as the ‘Partition Resolution’) on November 29, 1947. The Resolution envisioned that after Great Britain’s Palestine Mandate (acquired after the defeat of the Ottoman Turks in 1917)
The State of Israel makes several different claims for its legitimacy and foundational right.
Pakistani state: an overdeveloped or unevenly developed state?
Pakistan is passing through the last round of primitive capitalist accumulation. It will entail converting subsistence agriculture into corporate farming and converting a majority of the rural workforce into wage labour.
Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Nationalism is not a factory-produced finished good. Like all social processes it is constantly evolving as economic relations and conditions, political ideals, awareness of history all contribute towards its growth or retardation…