The oceans cover more than 70% of the surface of our earth which -in return- indicates that it also plays a part in regulating our Earth’s climate. Likewise, oceans serve as a channel for approximately 80% of the world’s global trade. According to the director of UNCTAD’s Division on International Trade on Goods and Services and Commodities, ‘The total ocean’s economy per year is estimated to be approximately US$3-6 trillion and over 350 a million jobs are connected to ocean economy’. This stat proposes that more than half of the world’s population’s income comes from the ocean economy.
With this vast planning of reversing, reforming, and bringing new policies Joe Biden could face opposition and resistance from those whose interests are connected with these industries and resources. Joe Biden either with his team has to convince republicans where he might succeed, or he has to pass an executive order for which he might face resistance from the judiciary where again there are conservatives. In both cases, Joe Biden has to prepare a plan to counter their arguments because there is no time to waste and policies have to be taken. It is not only about the United States. It’s about the world.
One of the most important changes the Covid-19 brought is about the way we acquire education. As Covid-19 is an infectious disease and social distancing is required to control it, countries worldwide have shut down the educational institutes and have moved towards distance education, so has Pakistan. But does Pakistan have the necessary infrastructure to support this transition?
In a world dictated by economic forces and military regimes, the conceptualization of soft power as an alternative power structure
The relationship between culture and development is as antagonistic as it is corresponding. The impact of development can be adverse