Rameen Siddiqui

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A thought leader and youth activist with main focus areas being Sustainable Development, Political Economy, Development Justice and Advocacy. A member of the United Nations Major Group for Children and Youth (MGCY). Also a Youth Member of United Nations Association of Pakistan (UNAP).

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Countering Militancy, Curtailing Terrorism: Pakistan’s Imperative Security Paradigm

From the coast and inland areas of Balochistan to the mountainous terrain up north, incidents of violence are on the rise. While the majority...

UN Security Council Reform: The Urgent Need to Decolonize

Despite progress in addressing poverty, the UN and its various organizations continue to struggle to secure more funds to support their missions in areas...

Fractious Path: The Odyssey of Pakistan’s New Governance Landscape

In 2024, the freshly minted Pakistani administration finds itself thrust into a labyrinth of obstacles demanding urgent attention and the crafting of astute strategies...

Measuring What Matters: Rethinking Sustainable Economic Development Beyond GDP

“Sustainable Development requires balancing economic progress with environmental conservation”, - Development as Freedom, Amartya Sen. We live in a world marked by uninhibited opulence, the...

The Stark Reality of Pakistan’s Elitist Economic Growth

As per the UNDP Pakistan National Human Development Report for 2020, titled "The Three Ps of inequality: Power, People, and Policy," the report highlights...

The Trifecta Unveiled: Exploring AI, Democracy, and Threats to Electoral Integrity

Restrictions on internet usage, the propagation of disinformation facilitated by artificial intelligence, and the escalation of mass arrests have intensified in anticipation of important...

The Coming AI Economic Revolution: Automation and the Reshaping of Emerging Economies

“AI is akin to an amoeba that is in a constant state of metamorphosis, forever changing its shape and adjusting to its surroundings. Rather...

Justice Redefined: South Africa vs. Israel – Testing the Pulse of Humanity and the ICJ

“The landmark application by the South African government to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to institute proceedings against Israel for its genocidal acts...

Beyond Borders and Billionaires at COP28: Rethinking Elite Accountability for Climate Justice

At least of 25% of the billionaires who participated as representatives at COP28 have amassed their wealth through sectors like petrochemicals, mining, and beef...

Feeding the Future: Rethinking Food Security in a Climate-Altered Landscape

“Amidst the changing tides of our climate, a simmering concern echoes louder than ever: how do we secure our nourishment in a world where...

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Being “homeless” in their homeland: The locals versus development of Indonesia’s new capital

The development of Indonesia's new capital "Nusantara" continues to...

How Geopolitical Changes Influencing Africa’s Unity and Development

With geopolitical confrontation and tensions deepening, the key global...

Finnish bureaucracy beat Germany’s BASF, which announced staff cuts

Germany's BASF has announced staff cuts at its never-launched,...

United States and UK Take Action to Reduce Russian Revenue from Metals

U.S. Department of the Treasury, in coordination with the...
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