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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    Aren't we all?
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    I am just glad that I managed to find good teachers like you on this forum. :-)
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    There is nothing wrong with population growth as long as it is managed properly. Almost 40 million people live in Tokyo and it is one of the most livable cities on Earth.
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Which demographic? Urban upper middle class?
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    This time they are far worse and the public pressure is also significantly greater.
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    The country is on the brink of default, the IMF's conditions are harsher than ever before and inflation is the highest it has ever been in the country.
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Ok, but can you kindly explain why you so adamantly believe that the current environment cannot lead to substantive changes?
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Default for a country like Pakistan can result in the death of the country. I doubt that IK would like the country to die otherwise he won't be able to rule again.
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    I will respectfully disagree, I don't think that the rent-seekers will be able to survive without subsidies. This will lead to the collapse of these rent-seekers or at the very least it will collapse the way these rent-seeking corporations are run and force them to innovate for their survival...
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Given the current situation, Pakistan is no longer in a position to support any of these monopolies and rent-seekers as Pakistan can't afford to give them subsidies. In addition, IMF won't let the government do this anymore and no government will be able to survive without the IMF for at least 4...
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    The middle option was only possible a few years ago. I don't think Pakistan is in a position to opt for the middle option. By option do you mean something like this highlighted part down below?
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    Pakistan cannot compete with India,the whole world recognizes the strength of India's IT industry : Miftah Ismail

    This is exactly why I advocate for neoliberalism. There are two solutions, the first one is that the government should let the private sector do everything and make sure that the market is completely free. The second one is that the government should only support export-oriented industries...
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Pakistan's future is most probably either adopting Neoliberalism or dying. Though, you are welcome to disagree.
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    Pakistan is at risk of default

    Technocrats can't be held accountable by the public. This will work well in the short term but it will come back to bite you in the ar*e in the future. Pakistan needs democracy on the grassroots level. Neoliberalism works wonderfully in a country where there is grassroots-level democracy...
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    The big question is whether these Germans were Jews or Nazis?
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    One doesn't simply ask Argentinians with German last name about their past. :D
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    This is the YouTube short in case you wanted to know:
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    Germans who moved to Pakistan

    I somehow came across some incredibly fascinating comments on a YouTube short regarding Germans who moved to Pakistan in 1940s. I know that +28000 Polish refugees migrated to Pakistan in 1940s but I had no idea that Germans also migrated here. Here are those comments: Comments 1, 2 and 4 are by...
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    Pakistan needs an indigenous social theory to prevent the ideological influences of neighboring countries

    I hate it when people forget about Gandhara civilization.
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    Small Town Girl Making Big Things Happen

    Small Town Girl Making Big Things Happen Ft. Bushra Latif Tonight’s guest is Bushra Latif, a startup founder, and entrepreneur from KPK. Her startup, Nani.pk is an e-commerce platform that supports parents as well as children by helping them with different technologies and by providing...

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