This essay on democracy is written in continuance of the chain of thoughts that triggered last week’s essay. Please read the previous week’s essay: The Necessity of Constitution first if you haven’t already.
Democracy – most people love it; some despise it while all are intrigued by it. It is arguably the most commonly referred-to political phenomenon in human history. The idea of democracy is pervasive throughout the recorded intellectual discourse on organised society since Greek antiquity. Continue reading “The Necessity of Democracy”
Two months after the polling day of national elections in Pakistan in the year 2013, I attempted a small analysis of the possibility of an Islamic revolution in Pakistan.
Continue reading “Islamic Revolution in Pakistan”
This is another of the many Urdu articles I wrote before and after Pakistan National Elections in 2013.
This one, titled Muasharti Tabdeeli Aur Humara Nafs (transliteration: “Societal Change and Our “Self”), was written after the elections on June 7th, 2013, discussing briefly how we want to bring “change” in the country without changing ourselves for the better – which, in my opinion, is our gross national folly. Continue reading “Change and the ‘Self’”