Reem Decorz, Dated: 23 August 2011
- Neo-Marxism is nothing but a varying degree between actual marxism and capitalism
- It is in fact a mixing of marxism and capitalism
- However, the level of mixing is varying according to the thought of a person who is being defined varied version of marxism.
- It can also be called neo-capitalism but capitalist forces or extremist capitalists do not equalize themselves with the neo-marxists just because of the jealousy from the word “Marx” or “Marxism”. Otherwise, any kind of variation from the level of 0.001 to 99.999 in the orthodox marxism is called neo-marxism while, same is the case with neo-capitalism. Likewise, variation in any ideology would be a mixing of other (opposite) ideology at any level.
Data compiled by different sources but arranged by E.E. Eworson, Dated April 20, 2016.
It find relationship between economics and politics but argue that agriculture is basic source of national economic growth where industries are depended upon agriculture.
American National School or National System School
It is the combination of policy, politics, philosophy in economic matters / affairs. According to numerous politicians and intellectuals in India and Nepal, this school is modern version of Socialism. Because of American ideological clash with Karl Marx and Socialist ideology, this school did not use the word “Socialism” but follow same principles as modern socialism defines.
This school define economic affairs on the base of individualism. The modern ideas about Laissez Faire capitalism, welfare state or free market economy are also belonged to this school.
Dated: August 11, 2016, interpreted and compiled by Seezer Ze. Doll.
Paul Collier is:
- Against the privatization, feel need of state control over the economic resources.
Paul Collier said that:
- Civil wars and ethnic movements are funded by diaspora population
- Only those countries are suffered from civil wars or ethnic movements where police is weak.
- State should control economic activities. So that no one group could economically monopolize any ethnic minority.
David keen said that:
- Elite class is responsible for civil war when it occupy economic resources.
- Actual purpose of ethno-national movement is to occupy basic economic productive resources.
- Rather than the wish for controlling economic resources, there are complex reasons of initiating ethno-national movements. These can be on the bases of race, color or religion too.
Dated: January 11, 2017, written by Golden Jane.
Foreign policy of Ahmadinijad regime had certain principles that were highlighted by several scholars. However, some bullets are mentioned here that show the history of this regime.
- Quite change attitude than the Khatimi Regime in Iran towards international ethnic communities and civilizations.
- Tried to suppress ethnic communities within and around Iranian border.
- Tried to export Iranian ideology about revolution in neighboring countries and Shia Muslim countries.
- Fully supported Armenia against Azerbaijan
- Fully supported Armenian occupation on Ngorno Karabakh
- Fully tried to suppress Azerbaijani government about forcing to obey Iranian supreme leader.
- Fully tried to export Revolutionary orientations in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Afonya Akim and Aleksei Andrei, April 02, 2016.
It is generally assumed that;
- Tajik Pamiris are following Ismaili School of Shia Islam that basically had roots in the Iranian Azerbaijan at the age of there 46th Imam.
- Tajik Pamiris and Iranian Azerbaijanis are settled in the areas which connect two different regions. Gorno-Badakhshan connects South and Central Asia while, Iranian Azerbaijan connects Asia and Europe.
- Iranian Azerbaijanis and Tajik Pamiris are speaking Persian Language.
- Both regions were once the part of Persian Empire.
Unlike all these similarities, Iranian role in Gorno-Badakhshan’s independence movement is considered as just its pragmatic approach. Iran although tried to install its revolutionary sentiments in the Tajik Pamiris but exposed. Similarly, although, Tajik Pamiris have religious association with the Al-Amout mountainous area in Iranian Azerbaijan but usually they never visit that place. At the same time, There is no ethnic relation or marital relations between both communities. Therefore, we can not link both communities with each other regarding their independence movements. They have separate cause. However, it is generally assumed that both movements are indirectly supporting by Pro-Soviet thoughts of contemporary Russia but, apparent Iran-Russia and Tajik-Russia relations do not prove this hypothesis.
Zainab Zaryab, August 18, 2017.
According to different surveys, the ethno-linguistic ratio in the Balochistan during 2017 is analyzed as bellow;
- Because of Afghan settlements, Pashtun population is covering 52% of the whole population in the province.
- Baloch people are ethnically undermined, have 43% ratio of whole population.
- Brahui people are 3.1% of the entire population.
- Urdu speaking are 0.3% in the province.
- Sindhis are 0.7%.
- Saraikis are 0.2%.
- Punjabis have been migrated to Punjab, Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa due to the violence and extrimism exhibited by some illiterate, ignorant and triggered Baloch people. Now, they are just 0.01%.
- Persian (Hazargi) people are 0.64% of the whole population in the province.
- Others are 0.05%.
This analysis is assumed on the basis of several surveys. Among which, some reference based websites are given below:
This analysis can be totally different from the actual census report of Pakistan 2017 but, till the publication of that report, we can just reply on private surveys and assumptions (even accepted by rejected by any organization or political party).
Ayub Khakwani, April 28, 2010.
- It constructed out from Indian Socialist Party
- The First Opposition Party in Pakistan at the time of partition
- It was secular socialist but had faith upon democratic process
- It opposed the idea of Islamic Socialism given by Liaqat Ali Khan in 1949
- It supported Pakistan’s stance upon Kashmir. Therefore, Indian Socialist Party cut off all its ties from Pakistan Socialist Party.
- Its weekly journal was named “Socialist Weekly”
- In West Pakistan, this party played a vital role in Punjab Pind Committess, but not in provincial politics.
- It occupied Pakistan Trade Union Federation in 1951 and renamed Pakistan Mazdoor Federation.
- In East Pakistan, it involved into provincial politics wih Awami League and other like-minded socialism-oriented parties. Their coalition was called United Front.
- Party firstly got decline because of divided into two groups. East Pakistan branch was supporting Awami League in Provincial Government while, West Pakistan branch was anti-Awami League regarding its role in federal politics.
- In 1958, when Bengali President Iskandar Mirza announced banning of all political parties, this party got finishing from national political sphere.