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CSS Political Science Paper-II

CSS Political Science Paper-II

POLITICAL SCIENCE-II
Total Marks: 100
Time Allowed: 3 hours
PART-A (30 Marks)
I. Comparative and Analytical Study of the Political Systems:
Political System of U.S.A, U.K, France and Germany
II. Global and Regional Integration
Globalization and Politics, Global Civil Society, Regional politico-economic integration and organizational structure of the European Union, SAARC, ECO, International Financial Regimes IMF and WTO.
PART-B (70 Marks)
III. Comparative and Analytical Study of the Political Systems:
Political system of Turkey, Iran, Malaysia, India and China.
IV. Political Movements in India (Colonial Period):
Rise of Muslim Nationalism in South Asia and Pakistan Movement (with special reference to the role of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah)
V. Government and Politics in Pakistan:
Constitution making from 1947 -1956, A comparative and critical analysis of 1956, 1962, 1973 Constitutions of Pakistan, Constitutional Amendments up-to-date, Federal Structure in Pakistan, and Central-Provincial relations after 18th amendment.
Political Culture of Pakistan, Political Developments and the Role of Civil and Military Bureaucracy, Judiciary, Feudalism, Dynastic Politics, Political Parties and Interest Groups, Elections and Voting Behavior, Religion and Politics, Ethnicity and National Integration.
VI. International Relations:
History of International Relations: Post World War-II (WW-II) Period.
Foreign Policy of Pakistan: National Interests and Major Determinants i-e.
  1. Size/Geography
  2. Economic Development
  3. Security
  4. Advancement in Technology
  5. National Capacity
  6. Political Parties/Leadership
  7. Ideology
  8. National Interest
  9. Role of Press/Bureaucracy
  10. Social Structure
  11. Public Opinion
  12. Diplomacy
  13. Foreign Policy-making Process in Pakistan
Also External Factors like International Power Structure, International Organizations, World Public Opinion and Reaction of other States.

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