Progress towards the construction of a China-funded coal power plant in Gwadar raises questions about the climate pledges of both China and Pakistan. News that the Pakistan government plans to secure financing and start construction on a long-stalled 300-megawatt coal-fired power… Read More ›
New Digital Library
As of this writing, the current literature for Digital Library IV is now available on The Fourth Estate. Digital Library IV pertains to research into the digital realm and its implications to the Work-Standard. Most of the Political Science literature… Read More ›
Conservative Socialism: Thoughts on Feminism and Nationalism
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, it was postulated by International Relations (IR) scholars that Nationalism as an ideology would become split between Neoliberalism and Authoritarianism. We know that there has been an ongoing surge in Nationalism since the… Read More ›
Update (27 February 2023)
After having spent yesterday writing a comment for the ARPLAN Blog, I am planning to write a follow up comment, which is meant to coincide with my own research into Intersectionality Theory. The more I think about Intersectionality Theory, the… Read More ›
Update (19 February 2023)
So far, I am currently two-thirds done with the other research paper, the one about an arms limitation treaty on cyberweapons. What is really ironic is that I was expecting the Liberal Capitalists in the West to be the ones… Read More ›
Fundamentals of Double-Entry Account Bookkeeping (Pt. III of III)
The System of National Accounts (SNA) may seem overwhelming for anyone who is just beginning to comprehend how the Double-Entry Account Bookkeeping System. It is already a daunting task on its own to determine the Quantities of Kapital and Schuld… Read More ›
An Historian’s WordPress Blog
In my spare time last week, I did a bit of searching around on WordPress to see if there were any other WordPress Blogs worth mentioning here on The Fourth Estate. Of the various Blogs that I read online, I… Read More ›
The Other Cold War?
Bogumil, The possibility of an “economic alliance” would not occur overnight in the 1930s. Like that “military alliance,” it too is another ‘what if’. And there were people in the Western Europe and the US at the time who thought… Read More ›
The Cold War’s Other Eastern Bloc?
Bogumil, Oh, you were not aware about the information I mentioned in my previous comment? Those were some interesting tidbits that I found, and there were a couple more worthy of mention that predated the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact by several years…. Read More ›
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