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Zain Khan

Zain Khan works as a content strategist in a UK-based firm. He also works as a collaborator with different economic and politics publication in Pakistan. He has done his major in Economics from National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad. His thinking and writing generally revolves around three international domains: Global terrorism /counter terrorism, political affairs, and economy. He is currently preparing for his CSS exam, to be held in 2021.


Americas1 hour ago

Trump’s failed Cuba policy signals lack of concern for human rights in practice

President Trump’s latest announcement last month in relation to tightening the restrictions on Cuban travel and exchange was not a...

Reports3 hours ago

Global Deal report: Social dialogue crucial to tackling impact of COVID-19

Social dialogue between employers, workers and government can play a central role in managing the impact of the COVID-19 crisis...

Finance4 hours ago

10 Reasons Why Learning a New Language Can Make You a Successful Entrepreneur

Like for any other person, learning new skills for an entrepreneur is very important as the current world is extremely...

Africa5 hours ago

#EndSARSProtests: A Chronicle of Nigeria’s #BlackLivesMatter

The chilling murder of African-American, George Floyd, back in May, by a couple of ‘white’ police officers in Minneapolis, the...

Eastern Europe7 hours ago

Azerbaijani civilians are under Armenian military attacks: Time to live up to ‘never again’

2020 marks with the global celebration of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations and entering into force of its...

Human Rights9 hours ago

World Bank-UNICEF: 1 in 6 children lives in extreme poverty

An estimated 1 in 6 children – or 356 million globally – lived in extreme poverty before the pandemic, and...

News11 hours ago

Both sides obliged to ‘spare and protect civilians’ over Nagorno-Karabakh fighting

The UN Secretary-General on Sunday condemned “all attacks on populated areas” in and around the Nagorno-Karabakh zone of conflict, as Armenia and...