Korea was geographically a peninsula, sharing its borders with China. In 1910, imperialist Japan seized control of the country; and thus it came under the dominion of Japan. However, world war 2 changed the landscape of the world; many puissant powers such as Germany and Japan had to go down to their knees after the crushing defeat by the Allied powers.
In the Pakistan political history of all hitherto, Pakistan’s political domain has remained amid a potent dilemma. Historically before the separation of the subcontinent, the political dilemma was present there. Moreover, Muslims, Hindus, and British had been bound in the chain of political turmoil. Along with social, economic, and educational differences, political issues were in an abysmal state.
On Dec 16, 1971, a new state was born; it got independence not from any colonial state, but from a country with whom it shared the same religious (although not cultural) dynamics. The state was Bangladesh, which once saw the same vision as the state from which it was carved out.
“The democracy dies in Darkness” is a Washington Post Cover title that depicts media’s dire importance in a democracy. Media, which ensures freedom of people and expression, becomes the public’s voice, highlights issues, exposes wrongdoings, advocates transparency, and confronts mismanagement.
When Ranjit Singh died in 1839, Punjab went in chaos owing to the matter of succession. On the other hand, the British East India (EIC) Company was growing its power. A treaty was signed between British and Ranjit Singh that the EIC will not accede northwest of Sutlej River, but later by seeing the opportunity,
Mughal reign started to deteriorate in the 18th century. Colonials started to gain their grounds, and in 1857, the British, finally, captured the complete rule on the Sub-continent. They dismantled the old system of revenue collection and mode of production and re-introduced the new way of the polity.