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Global Power Dynamics and Foreign Policy
of Pakistan

1.Introduction
1.1- Insight into the changing global power
1.2- Pakistan's foreign policy-Irrational, generous and impulsive-everything a foreign policy should not be

2. Global Power Dynamics
2.1- Evolving from a Unipolar to a multipolar world with emerging
powers including China,India,Australia and Brazil
2. 2- Shifting balance of domination: Militarily to economically
- The US ending its military engagements in Afghanistan and
Iraq
- -US-China trade war
-South China Sea controversy
-OBRI vs B3W
- Israel's domination in the middle east despite its size
2.3-Rise of China as the next superpower
2.4-The growing US-China conflict- The beginning of a new cold war?
2.5- Emergency of Russia into the global political picture
2.6- Upsurge of Populism and Nationalistic sentiments- An antidote to
globalization
-Modi's Hindutva's exclusion of minorities
-Brexit as the edifice of EU's fragmentation
2.7- Resurrection of Taliban and its implications on the global power
order and regional stablity
2.8 Middle East- A conflict zone and home of proxy wars

3-Pakistan's foreign policy- Determinants
3.1- Geography
3.2- Political
3.3- Economical
3.4- Religious

4-Pakistan's foreign Policy - Current Scenario
4.1- Deepening resentment with India over Kashmir issues leading to obscured political and economical ties.
4.2- China-Pakistan ties in the backdrop of CPEC and US-China conflict
4.3- The apparent hopes and threats of the new Taliban 2.0 government
4.4- Changing dynamics of the US-Pak relations with special refrence to Afghanistan and the former's tilt towards India
4.5- Pakistan's relation with the European Union- It's 3rd largest exporter
4.6- Cordial relations with the Muslim world with special reference to Turkey, Saudia and Malaysia
4.7- Support for the Palestinian cause and it's subsequent sour relations with Israel
4.8- Neutral stance in the Middle Eastern conflict.

5-Reccomendations
6-Conclusion
I think that your outline treats the global power dynamics and foreign policy of pakistan as two distinct or different things, in fact the topic asks to analyse the foreign policy of pakistan in the context of changing global power dynamics. So If I would attempt that I would have related each dynamic with foreign policy of Pakistan first, and then discuss whether pakistan is going in the right direction or not. And ur thesis statement looks very negative like you have totally rejected the foreign policy of Pakistan which is giving a bit of bad impression. As a civil services aspirant, our approach should be progressive and hopeful. U canít just reject the overall policy at once. Who else agrees?
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Global Power Dynamics and Foreign Policy
of Pakistan

1.Introduction
1.1- Insight into the changing global power
1.2- Pakistan's foreign policy-Irrational, generous and impulsive-everything a foreign policy should not be

2. Global Power Dynamics
2.1- Evolving from a Unipolar to a multipolar world with emerging
powers including China,India,Australia and Brazil
2. 2- Shifting balance of domination: Militarily to economically
- The US ending its military engagements in Afghanistan and
Iraq
- -US-China trade war
-South China Sea controversy
-OBRI vs B3W
- Israel's domination in the middle east despite its size
2.3-Rise of China as the next superpower
2.4-The growing US-China conflict- The beginning of a new cold war?
2.5- Emergency of Russia into the global political picture
2.6- Upsurge of Populism and Nationalistic sentiments- An antidote to
globalization
-Modi's Hindutva's exclusion of minorities
-Brexit as the edifice of EU's fragmentation
2.7- Resurrection of Taliban and its implications on the global power
order and regional stablity
2.8 Middle East- A conflict zone and home of proxy wars

3-Pakistan's foreign policy- Determinants
3.1- Geography
3.2- Political
3.3- Economical
3.4- Religious

4-Pakistan's foreign Policy - Current Scenario
4.1- Deepening resentment with India over Kashmir issues leading to obscured political and economical ties.
4.2- China-Pakistan ties in the backdrop of CPEC and US-China conflict
4.3- The apparent hopes and threats of the new Taliban 2.0 government
4.4- Changing dynamics of the US-Pak relations with special refrence to Afghanistan and the former's tilt towards India
4.5- Pakistan's relation with the European Union- It's 3rd largest exporter
4.6- Cordial relations with the Muslim world with special reference to Turkey, Saudia and Malaysia
4.7- Support for the Palestinian cause and it's subsequent sour relations with Israel
4.8- Neutral stance in the Middle Eastern conflict.

5-Reccomendations
6-Conclusion
The length of your outline is satisfactory if you can manage to complete it. There is an issue in point 1.2. Totally negating the policy of the country might sound catchy but at the same time absurd. Sure, there can be some issues with Pakistan Foreign Policy or some points with which you might not agree ( based on certain indicators), but outrightly rejecting it is incorrect.

The arguments of Global power dynamics are perfect. However, your outline takes a wrong turn after that.
(I) There shouldn't be more than 1 paragraph to highlight the detriments of foreign policy ( since it never was a requirement of the essay).
(II) The 4 heading of your essay needs to be completely revamped and written according to 2nd heading. You need to discuss that how Pakistan is dealing with the changing scenario of power change.

For example: Pakistan is trying to balance both China and the USA and is trying to avoid taking sides; Pakistan is highlighting Hindutva Ideology at International forums; Pakistan has been evading entanglement into Saudi-Iran conflicts; it's trying to unite and empower Muslims by revamping OIC; we are acknowledging the rise of Russia and therefore improving our ties with Russia.

Hope that helps
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I think that your outline treats the global power dynamics and foreign policy of pakistan as two distinct or different things, in fact the topic asks to analyse the foreign policy of pakistan in the context of changing global power dynamics. So If I would attempt that I would have related each dynamic with foreign policy of Pakistan first, and then discuss whether pakistan is going in the right direction or not. And ur thesis statement looks very negative like you have totally rejected the foreign policy of Pakistan which is giving a bit of bad impression. As a civil services aspirants, our approach should be progressive and hopeful. U can’t just reject the overall policy at once. Who else agrees?
You're right about the foreign policy point but I do believe that the topic of "Global power dynamics" has to be dealt with separately. I've tried to incorporate the implications of these dynamics on Pakistan's foreign policy. Thankyou btw.
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The length of your outline is satisfactory if you can manage to complete it. There is an issue in point 1.2. Totally negating the policy of the country might sound catchy but at the same time absurd. Sure, there can be some issues with Pakistan Foreign Policy or some points with which you might not agree ( based on certain indicators), but outrightly rejecting it is incorrect.

The arguments of Global power dynamics are perfect. However, your outline takes a wrong turn after that.
(I) There shouldn't be more than 1 paragraph to highlight the detriments of foreign policy ( since it never was a requirement of the essay).
(II) The 4 heading of your essay needs to be completely revamped and written according to 2nd heading. You need to discuss that how Pakistan is dealing with the changing scenario of power change.

For example: Pakistan is trying to balance both China and the USA and is trying to avoid taking sides; Pakistan is highlighting Hindutva Ideology at International forums; Pakistan has been evading entanglement into Saudi-Iran conflicts; it's trying to unite and empower Muslims by revamping OIC; we are acknowledging the rise of Russia and therefore improving our ties with Russia.

Hope that helps
I have tried to link the two but I agree, the foreign policy part needs to be revamped as suggested by you all. It does help a lot. Thank you.
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This thread is started for aspirants appearing in CE-22 to share, assess, practice essays at one place. It will be helpful to be at one place rather than being all over.
Post your outlines, essays here!
Can I get facts and figures on recent topics,for essay paper
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About all topics...😒
Bcz it's my second attempt...😰
Even then I have no idea about essay paper.. 😭
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Dear Syeda Irum,

One of the main issues faced by newbies is their focus on putting all the facts and figures in an essay. It is because they usually see the newspapers articles filled with such data and thus assume that such things are an essential part of the essay. I do agree that putting facts and figures does give a good impression, but it is not necessary that one should know all.

Let me give you an example, "Pakistan is facing an increase in fiscal deficit from 5.3 percent to 6.1 percent of GDP over the last five years". This phrase does give an indication of how much knowledgeable you are about Pakistan's economy figures, but however, if one doesn't know such facts, what should she do?

A simple trick would be to write something like "Pakistan is continuously facing a consistent fiscal deficit over the years".

What is important is how do you put your ideas in a way that makes people understand what you are going to say and say it logically. So some tricks might work, even devoid of figures.

To write an essay, as per my understanding, one needs to know how to put your ideas logically and be consistent. The essentials you need are:
1. A good idea of history (A good book on the world's modern history would help)
2. Be logical (Not contradicting your own thoughts, smooth flow of ideas)
3. A little idea of writing (You can see a lot of YT videos on academic writing, persuasive writing, and critical writing, there are a lot of stuff on such topics on the internet)

One additional piece of advice, don't try to attempt an essay in such a way that you include all the details. It can never be completed as there are so many issues in one topic. All you need is the necessary topics that could give your essay the essential content to back up your arguments.
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..... Can you completely guide me about essay paper...... If it is not cumbersome for you...😟

And thank you so much for your consideration 💫
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..... Can you completely guide me about essay paper...... If it is not cumbersome for you...😟



And thank you so much for your consideration 💫
Start practicing from writing an paragraph
And what are the requirements of suitable paragraph for that there are many video available on YouTube.

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