Ahmad Faruqui, The Brattle Group

Ahmad Faruqui, The Journalist of Pakistan

Early Life and Education of Ahmad Faruqui:

Ahmed Farooqui was born on 4th April 1953 in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. He took his early schooling from the local school and college. He took admission in B. An in economics from the University of Karachi and an M.A also from the same organization. After M.A in economics, he went to the University of California, Davis, where he did a PhD in economics and earned a gold medal[1].

Basic informationAhmad Faruqui
NationalityPakistani
ReligionIslam
Date of Birth1st January 1953
Place of BirthKarachi
Date of DeathAlive
Age67 years old
UniversityB. A. and M. A. from the University of Karachi,  
International educationPhD economics from the University of California, Davis
Career time2006–present
OccupationJournalism, Finance  
Marital statusMarried
Famous forDefence analyst and economist
GenreThinker

The Career of Ahmed Farooqui:

Dr Faruqui worked with the Electric Power Investigate Organization and Barakat and Chamberlin. Later he completes in as Vice President at CRA International. He bowed into a principal in the energy training at The Brattle Group in July 2006. During his profession, he has given key exhortation, quantitative financial examination, and suit backing to customers throughout North America, Asia-Pacific, and the Middle East. He was one of the lead designers of California’s trial with active approximating that had done in the time in 2003-2005 with about 2,500 private company customers [1].

Ahmad Faruqui, The Famous Pakistani Journalist
Ahmad Faruqui, The Famous Pakistani Journalist

He has revealed up on Fox Business News, National Public Radio, and Voice of America. He has donated annotation pieces on public safety issues to Asia Times (Hong Kong), Daily Times (Lahore), The Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong), The News-Sentinel (Fort Wayne, Indiana), Journal Star (Peoria, Illinois), The Contra Costa Times (Danville, California), The Friday Times (Lahore, Pakistan), The San Francisco History, The San Jose Mercury, The News on Sunday (Karachi, Pakistan), The Nation (Lahore, Pakistan), Pakistan Link, Pakistan Today, The Weekly Autonomous (Lahore, Pakistan) and Wisconsin State Journal [1].

Financial Matters in California:

He has shown economic matters at the University of California – Davis, San Jose State University, and Karachi University and spoke public security issues at the Army War College, Naval Graduate School, Stanford University, and the University of California, Berkeley. He has a place with the American Financial Association, the Association of Energy Service Professionals, Economists for Peace and Security, Nature Conservancy, and the Sierra Club [1].

Ahmad Faruqui, The cycle of life
Ahmad Faruqui, The cycle of life

Research Books and Papers [2]:

1. “Musharraf’s Pakistan, Bush’s America and the Middle East,” Frontline Books, Lahore, Pakistan, 2008.

2. “Pakistan: Vague Issues of State and Society,” Co-manager with Syed Farooq Hasnat, Vanguard Books, Lahore, 2008.

3. “Reexamining the National Security of Pakistan: The Price of Strategic Myopia,” Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2003.

4. “Expanding American-Pakistani Ties,” RUSI Journal, February 2005

5. “Saddam Hussein as Military Commander,” Asian Protection and Mediation, June 2004

6. “Early three years of President Musharraf,” Al-Siyasa, Fall 2002

7. “Is the USA attacking psychological domination with an inappropriate weapon?” Security Dialog, March 2003.

8. “Pakistan: The Radical Economy of Aggression,” Journal of Battle, Security and Development, Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 2002

9. “South Asia’s Enduring Conflict,” Asian Defense and Diplomacy, March 2002

10.  “Overall Musharraf’s Administration of Pakistan’s National Security,” RUSI Journal, February 2002

11. “Lawbreaker Militarism in Pakistan,” Asian Affairs (London), October 2001

12.  “Floppy tight for America: the happening with the problem of Pakistan,” Journal of Conflict, Security and Development, Volume 1, Number 3, 2001

13. “Pakistan in the tornado’s eye,” Asian Affairs (Hong Kong), Volume 16, 2001

14. “The confusing elements of Sino-Pakistan ties,” IPRI Journal (Islamabad), Summer 2001

15. “Situations of Pakistan’s drawn-out refuge weather,” Shield Journal (Karachi), August 2001.

16. “Past Strategic Myopia in South Asia,” Strategic Review, Winter 2001

17. Disappointment in Command: Lessons from Pakistan’s Indian Wars,” Defense Analysis, Volume 17, Number 1, 2001

18. “The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence,” Asia Pacific Military Balance, 2000/2001

19. “Pakistan’s Strategic Myopia,” RUSI Journal, April 2000

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References:

  1. wikipedia. 13th October 2020; Available from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmad_Faruqui
  2. peoplepill. 13th October 2020; Available from: https://peoplepill.com/people/ahmad-faruqui/.

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