Mr. Muhammad Anwar Farooq is a university lecturer having fifteen years of teaching and research experience. He is a good researcher and column writer. He is a non-fiction writer. He has written good books on philosophy, logic, science, history and politics. He is good at writing introductory books on several disciplines. His books start at elementary stage and progress, in some places, to intermediate stage. His books are first-rate study guides. He writes in a way that makes the books interesting and easily understandable. This book is a collection of handouts which he prepared for his class. Hopefully this introductory work would help the reader to grab basic concepts in the field.
First of all, thank you for choosing this book. This book is just an introduction to the basic concepts in the study of the foreign policy of Pakistan. I have taught an introductory course in university classes. This book is a collection of handouts that I prepared as course material to facilitate my students. I hope this collection would help the reader to understand the concepts regarding the fo
First of all, thank you for choosing this book. No single definition incorporates all of the different strands of economic development. Typically economic development can be described in terms of objectives. These are most commonly described as the creation of jobs and wealth, and the improvement of quality of life. Economic development can also be described as a process that influences the growth
The field of international relations concerns the relationships among the world’s governments. But these relationships cannot be understood in isolation. They are closely connected with other actors; with other social structures; and with geographical and historical influences. These elements together power the central trends in IR today-globalization.
Logic is very important subject and it is impossible to deny its role in the development of modern technology. In modern scenarios, sound decision making is just an impossible task without logic and critical thinking. This book is based on the handouts which I had prepared while teaching a course ‘An Introduction to Logic’ in a university class. The handouts were prepared after consulting differen