Research Papers

Governing India: What do we know and need to know?

Inaugural lecture by Prof. Rahul Mukherji, Ph.D. (Colombia) Governing India: What do we know and need to know? Wednesday, November 15th 2017 at 12 noon Venue: Alte Aula, University Place, University of Heidelberg, Germany. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5iXzaRBDZuo THE PASHTUN TIMES

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Much is in a Name: A Critical Look at Chancellor Merkel’s Refugee Experiment

RESEARCH PAPER: Much is in a Name: A Critical Look at Chancellor Merkel’s Refugee Experiment. By Usman Mahar and Sultan Mehmood Abstract: This essay takes a critical perspective regarding the ongoing refugee crisis in light of the roles, responsibilities and policies of many W.I.E.R.D (Western, Industrialized, Educated, Rich, Democratic) countries. Nevertheless, we also call into attention the role played by the wider global ...

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The Fallacy of the Pakistani Moral Outrage on the Kashmir Issue: An essay on the political-geography of an emotional dog and its rational tail

RRESEARCH PAPER By Usman Mahar Heidelberg University, Germany 6th March 2016 The Fallacy of the Pakistani Moral Outrage on the Kashmir Issue: An essay on the political-geography of an emotional dog and its rational tail Introduction Jonathan Haidt (2001) explains his social Intuitionist model (SIM) in a social psychology essay titled: ‘the emotional dog and its rational tail: a social ...

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Did the Jews steal the holy land from the Palestinians?

In this article we will prove behind any doubt that it is completely false to say that the Jews stole the holy land from the Palestinians, and any reader who cares about logic and reasoning, will have no choice but to agree. Brief history of the holy land It is well known, supported archaeologically, and written in the Bible and ...

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The 1930 Civil Disobedience Movement in Peshawar Valley from the Pashtun Perspective: By Dr. Sayed Wiqar Ali Shah

Please click on the link below (PDF File) The 1930 Civil Disobedience Movement in Peshawar Valley from the Pashtun Perspective THE PASHTUN TIMES  

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Ghani Khan: Life and Works

Khan Abdul Ghani Khan, also known by his pen name ‘Lewanae Falsafi’, was a modern Afghan-Pashtun poet and artist of the 20th century, and one of the best speakers of the Central Legislative Assembly of British-India in 1947. He was unfortunately less understood among the Afghan-Pashtuns and less known poet across the world just as Khushal Khan Khattak and Rehman ...

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The Pashtuns are the Tribes of Israel

The fact is that some Pashtun tribes have a tradition of being the people of Israel (Bene Israel), meaning they descended from our father Yaakov. It is even told that the Afghan king once asked the Afghan Jews from which tribe they are, when they answered they don’t know the king said that the Pashtuns do, and that the king ...

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Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany – A stock-taking

She is called the Chancellor of Europe and she says, “If the Euro falls, then Europe falls” By stating, to build a multicultural society in Germany had utterly failed, migrants should integrate and adopt Germany`s culture and values, she can rely on the public opinion For the most people, she is very difficult to know, but this is the reason ...

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Working Paper of Pakhtunkhwa Ulasi Tehrik on CPEC by Dr. Said Alam Mehsud

Please click on the link below: Working Paper of PUT on CPEC ALL RIGHTS RESERVED WITH THE PASHTUN TIMES

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Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Pak-Afghan Relations after 9/11. By Hanif-ur-Rehman* and Jamshid Khan**

Please click on the link below: Pakistan’s Federally Administered Tribal Areas Paper 01

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