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Globalization is eliminating the third world culture
1. Global media is undermining the art/heritage culture of third world
• Global news like CNN and BBC on western rhetoric
• Pop culture from Hollywood and local music/film industry
2. Globalization is affecting is affecting the community cultural
• MNCs are promoting class segregation
• Western concept of individualism and society
3. Globalization is hampering the political culture of third world
• Promotion of western-styled democracy
• Imposition of western political system
4. Globalization is eliminating the economic culture of developing world
• IFIs and conditionalities e.g. IMF and Greek issue
• Disregard of indigenous needs and demands e.g. austerity measures
5. Globalization is changing the culture of life-style from third world
• Consumerism is affecting the moderate culture
• Urbanization in third world and intra-state migration e.g. capital of Pakistan, Islamabad is expanding every year.
6. Globalization is detrimental to moral culture of developing countries
• Pornography and morality
7. Globalization is disturbing the family culture of the third world
• Unrestrained wave of feminism insensitive to cultural values e.g. Orat march in Pakistan
8. Globalization is disparaging the legal culture of developing world
• Moratorium on death penalties
• International law is domination of western legal order
9. Globalization is removing the linguistic culture of third world.
• English as official language of Pakistan and India.
• UN and other IOs have English and French as languages for correspondence
10. Globalization is destroying the cultural product and industry of third world
• Foreign products replacing culture of sewing and handmade pottery.
• Traditional products are being replaced by imported cheap products
11. Globalization is affecting the culinary culture of developing countries
• Popular food chains are replacing local foods
• Gorge Ritzer’s thesis: McDonaldization of Society
12. Globalization is putting a heavy toll on agricultural culture of third world
• Farmers are not able to compete with imported products
• Wage-earning society and aversion towards agriculture
13. Globalization is distressing the business culture of third world
• Mexico’s tuna fish and American sanctions just to impose American culture
14. Globalization is eliminating the religious culture of third world
• Secularism and agnosticism vs Islam and Islamic states
15. Globalization is impacting educational culture of third world
• Inclination towards science subjects
• Aversion to social and cultural subjects e.g. history etc
16. Globalization is damaging the environmental culture of developing world
• Dumping of waste products e.g. Spanish company dumped in Ivory Coast etc.

Brother, first Introduction and conclusion heading is missing. Kindly take a time to arrange essay, outline should have proper structure.

Second, your sequence is disorganized. thoughts should be logically arrange as FPSC demands. At one time, your outline talk about social aspect followed by economic side and suddenly jumping back to social, political followed by economics at other. look at 3,4 and 7,8,9... then again 10, 11,12...
third, headings still are ambiguous they do not covey direct point u want to make. Need to work on it.

fourth, "Globalization is changing the culture of life-style from third world" Isn't culture itself a "life-style?" Kindly 'educate me' about this?

fifth, avoid "or,/" in your outline statements.

finally, it seems your concept is still a bit unclear and you are in hurry while making it.
Take your time, understand it, think over it, think How-part more clear. And, for your ease, you can divide outline in 'social, political, economic and so on aspects. It will help you arranging thoughts.
Hope it helps!
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Brother, first Introduction and conclusion heading is missing. Kindly take a time to arrange essay, outline should have proper structure.

Second, your sequence is disorganized. thoughts should be logically arrange as FPSC demands. At one time, your outline talk about social aspect followed by economic side and suddenly jumping back to social, political followed by economics at other. look at 3,4 and 7,8,9... then again 10, 11,12...
third, headings still are ambiguous they do not covey direct point u want to make. Need to work on it.

fourth, "Globalization is changing the culture of life-style from third world" Isn't culture itself a "life-style?" Kindly 'educate me' about this?

fifth, avoid "or,/" in your outline statements.

finally, it seems your concept is still a bit unclear and you are in hurry while making it.
Take your time, understand it, think over it, think How-part more clear. And, for your ease, you can divide outline in 'social, political, economic and so on aspects. It will help you arranging thoughts.
Hope it helps!

thanks a lot for invaluable comments. yes, it is very well spotted regarding arrangement of essay. however, regarding intro and conclusion, I just mentioned the "main arguments". moreover, regarding the concept of essay as u have mentioned that concept is "unclear" would u please elaborate, what is missing ? or what should be added or anything needs to be removed? thanks a lot for ur help bro
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From your introduction, it appears that role of youth has been opposite to the topic i.e. instead of curtailing extremism, youth have promoted it or become part of it. Quoted examples, prove that extremist tendencies are increasing among young generation. If you want to take an stance that young generation has been instrumental in curtailing extremism, you must start with positive examples contrary to your aforementioned examples.
Thanks Sir for analysing my essay. Your suggestions are really helpful.
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Globalization: a new form of colonialism

Thesis statement: globalization is a domination of western world. It a new form of imperialism with its new manifestations.
Exposition of globalization:
• Three waves of globalization
• Definition of globalization
• Manifestation of globalization
• Globalization as promoter of westernization
• Relationship between globalization and colonialism
Understanding of changing concept of colonialism
Colonialism as primitive concepts
Colonialism after WW2 in the guise of globalization
• Dependence theory and Marxists
• Neo-colonialism: a form of westernization
Globalization is promoting westernization: a new form of colonialism
1. Globalization promotes the economic dominance of western world
• West-controlled IFIs e.g. IMF and their conditionalities
• WB and debt politics
• WTO and free trade and deregulation.
• Western MNCs exploits developing world e.g. child labour, consumerism, tax evasion, exploitation of resources, damaging local industry
• Concept of “Dependency Theory”.
2. Globalization supports the political supremacy of western
• Dominated IOs e.g. five members of UNSC
• imposition of Western Democracy with sanctions
3. Globalization keeps cultural superiority of western world
• Global media and pop culture
• Dominance of English as linguistic culture
• McDonaldization of society by Geroge Ritzer
• Emerging individualism against collectivism
• Changing morality/ethical values e.g. night clubs and adult parties
• Wave of unrestrained feminism
• Western life style in clothes and food preferences
4. Globalization sustains legal priorities of developed world
• International law is an outcome of European legal order e.g. ICJ dominated by western powers.
• UNGA has a recommendatory standing, real power lies with UNSC
• Forced Harmonization by Rodrick
5. Globalization gives path to environmental exploitation of third world e.g. dumping of Radioactive material by a Spanish company in Ivory Coast.
6. Globalization promotes western education e.g. business schools/NGOs around the globe endorses liberalism
conclusion


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New war fronts lie in economic zones

1. Introduction
2. Past of war fronts: sporadic beginning of economic wars:
3. New war fronts lie in economic zones:how?:

a. US-China trade war
b. China's belt and road initiative
c. Brexit: UK's economic war
d. FATF: India's economic maneuvering against Pakistan
e. US-Venezuela crisis: America's economic gains
f. US sanctions on Iran: An economic war
g. US presence in Indo-pacific: A fight for natural resources
h. Countries shift toward China: an example of economic war

4. Impacts of economic wars:
a. Change in power dynamics: unipolarity to multipolarity
b. Rise of new world powers
c. Increase in regional disputes
d. Lead to conventional war between countries
e. Economic depression in countries
f. Worsening socio-economic conditions of countries
g. Denial of other factors for global development
h. Threat to World peace.

5. Conclusion
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New war fronts lie in economic zones

1. Introduction
2. Past of war fronts: sporadic beginning of economic wars:
3. New war fronts lie in economic zones:how?:

a. US-China trade war
b. China's belt and road initiative
c. Brexit: UK's economic war
d. FATF: India's economic maneuvering against Pakistan
e. US-Venezuela crisis: America's economic gains
f. US sanctions on Iran: An economic war
g. US presence in Indo-pacific: A fight for natural resources
h. Countries shift toward China: an example of economic war

4. Impacts of economic wars:
a. Change in power dynamics: unipolarity to multipolarity
b. Rise of new world powers
c. Increase in regional disputes
d. Lead to conventional war between countries
e. Economic depression in countries
f. Worsening socio-economic conditions of countries
g. Denial of other factors for global development
h. Threat to World peace.

5. Conclusion
Hello! Overall a very solid attempt with good structure. Part 2 would require more points to explain the argument you are trying to make. Currently it is very ambiguous. What were the last war fronts? How and why did a shift happen from all out conflict to economic maneuvering and strategem.

Part 3 on examples of new economic war fronts are good and I appreciate that you have included new-er arguments like Venezula and FATF. Would also recommend searching up North Korea and how there is complete ban on trade and transactions with their economy and the only way they earn ANYTHING is by illegal trade through the Chinese border. China lets them get away with it simply because N.K is a good distraction for the US and keeps them off their back.

Another example for an economic war front is the World Bank and IMF policies. They are called the Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) and are essentially conditions put on any economy (developing economy-you would notice that the conditions don't apply when developed economies take loans from Imf) which are meant to "help" them pay back the loan overtime. What they essentially do is stunt growth so that the developing economies always remain under the thumb of the more developed economies and are now essentially slaves to the IMF and Worl bank as well because of loan repayments. Even if the loan is forgiven it comes with A LOT of strings attached.

Section 4 is an interesting addition to the topic and I feel has a place. Some of the sub-arugments are sort of the same though so best shorten this section as a whole.

Overall a very good attempt! Sorry I can't go into more detailed analysis right now but I think you've done a great job!
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Hello! Overall a very solid attempt with good structure. Part 2 would require more points to explain the argument you are trying to make. Currently it is very ambiguous. What were the last war fronts? How and why did a shift happen from all out conflict to economic maneuvering and strategem.

Part 3 on examples of new economic war fronts are good and I appreciate that you have included new-er arguments like Venezula and FATF. Would also recommend searching up North Korea and how there is complete ban on trade and transactions with their economy and the only way they earn ANYTHING is by illegal trade through the Chinese border. China lets them get away with it simply because N.K is a good distraction for the US and keeps them off their back.

Another example for an economic war front is the World Bank and IMF policies. They are called the Structural Adjustment Programs (SAP) and are essentially conditions put on any economy (developing economy-you would notice that the conditions don't apply when developed economies take loans from Imf) which are meant to "help" them pay back the loan overtime. What they essentially do is stunt growth so that the developing economies always remain under the thumb of the more developed economies and are now essentially slaves to the IMF and Worl bank as well because of loan repayments. Even if the loan is forgiven it comes with A LOT of strings attached.

Section 4 is an interesting addition to the topic and I feel has a place. Some of the sub-arugments are sort of the same though so best shorten this section as a whole.

Overall a very good attempt! Sorry I can't go into more detailed analysis right now but I think you've done a great job!

Thanks alot for your reviews.
Btw, did u make it in CSS-2019?
And are you appearing in CE-2020?
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Thanks alot for your reviews.
Btw, did u make it in CSS-2019?
And are you appearing in CE-2020?
Happy to help. Yes, I qualified the written part of CSS-2019. 00365 Qandeel Alam. I have no plans of appearing in 2020, instead shall focus on getting the allocation that I want this time around. Age isn't a problem (I'm 22) so if it doesn't work out, there is always the chances to be availed later.
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Happy to help. Yes, I qualified the written part of CSS-2019. 00365 Qandeel Alam. I have no plans of appearing in 2020, instead shall focus on getting the allocation that I want this time around. Age isn't a problem (I'm 22) so if it doesn't work out, there is always the chances to be availed later.
Wish you all the best for interview and may you be allocated in desired group.
I guess this was your 2nd attempt, isn't it?
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Wish you all the best for interview and may you be allocated in desired group.
I guess this was your 2nd attempt, isn't it?
1st attempt and thank you so much!
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