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Some scientific estimates state that human beings in their current form have lived together for
over the past 200,000 years. Records of history i.e. in symbolic writings such as hieroglyphs, symbols, figures, inscriptions on tablets, inscriptions on papyrus, and text on paper, when taken together begin to cover only the last 5000 to 6000 years. We have no documented records for about 97% of human history! During the 6,000 years for which there are records, various forms of social and political organization developed available.
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These organizational forms begin at the most basic level with tribes and clans, with small ones
principalities, with vast monarchies, with communities clustering together to become regional
entities or alliances, and then, more recently, emerge on a large scale as distinct nations, countries, and nations.
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This aspect is better discussed in detail in a separate course.
The aim of this lecture in this course is to show the unique nature of the Pakistani nation-state: v
the context of a world that exists in the 21st century, in which there are 191 member states
United Nations, each with one identical vote in the UN General Assembly, but equal
time, completely different from each other. They also reflect the existence of 5 distinct categories of nation-states.
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The phenomenon of colonialism in different periods of history and especially in the 18th and 19th centuries century also had a decisive influence on the formation of these new identities.
In the 20th and 21st centuries, the form and structure in which the nations of the world organized themselves and the basis on which they relate to each other is the form and structure of the “nation-state”. The purpose of this lecture is not to provide a detailed history of how the structure of the nation-state developed.