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Project for Hania M. -- 18/08/06 14:56:43
“Always great work!!”Will C. 10 months ago
“Great work !!”Will C. 11 months ago
Full time graphic designer. PS, AI, InDesign, & lightroom experience
“Excellent work”Efrain T. 1 year ago
Design a brochure for email marketing
“This proffissional is to be congratulated. Very hard, dynamic and qualified. It has answered all our demands. Super recommend.”Carlos R. 1 year ago
Create Print Flyer
“she is excellent in her work and also deliver on time, i am expecting to work with her again. very supportive.”Siddharth P. 1 year ago
Addition to previous project
“This is actually the second time, I've worked with Hania. She did a great job the first time and even better on my second project. Which is great because I was nervous to use this site, and she made it so easy and surpassed all my expectations AGAIN! If you want, quality work, quickly done and good communication, I highly recommend Hania.”Robert O. 1 year ago
research writingMay 2018 - Jul 2018 (2 months)
Assigned to write a legal complaint against Judge's behavior and final verdict as well as to highlight the implicit biases in "United States Legal system."
M.Sc2013 - 2015 (2 years)
M.Sc, International Relations, National defense University, Islamabad, Pakistan.2015 - 2017 (2 years)
India's Economy, its Trump card.
This essay focuses on India’s moves to evolve as an economic power. This tectonic shift from conservative to liberal economy matters a lot not just for India but also for the developing world, global institutions and for great power relationships. The first half of this essay deals with Indian economic development which is divided among three phases; search for an economic policy (1947-1966), autocracy and socialism (1966-1990), globalization and interdependence(1990 onward).
Competing Interests of Russia and China towards Central Asia.
This paper explores the “competing interests of Russia and China in Central Asia; in order to gain influence”, in the region. And gives the answer of Central Asian vulnerability to external powers; as its internal disturbances and weaknesses invite external actor to act. And finally demonstrates the similarities between both these states; Russia and China are actually the real reason which led them towards competition.
Pakistan’s Foreign Policy Towards Russia in Multi-polar World Order: Challenges and Opportunities
This dissertation examines evolving elements of Pakistan’s relations with Russia and how multi-polarity affects this relationship. As Kenneth Waltz “Structural realism” postulates that, “states act according to international structure and system”. In this way, Pakistan’s perceptions and approach deeply affected by international order.
SOVIET AFGHAN WAR (1979-1989)
The liquidation of Muhammad-zai rule and the arrival of Soviet Union finally ended the long hereditary rule of one family but initiates the inter-rivalry among two opposing extreme ideologies: Communism and Islam. Moreover, opens path for various indigenous tribes and ethnicity to rival for interests and authority.
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