The government has yet to devise an effective counter-terrorism policy despite multiple attempts at formulating a comprehensive strategy.
The government should use the fear and anger generated by the Taliban attack in Peshawar to take actions it found difficult in the absence of tragedy.
Pakistan has woken up to the danger within, but it has a long fight ahead of it.
There’s no winner from what’s being done to the Jang Group.
Is Islam enough to hold Muslim states together?
Why women celebrated the Nobel more than men.
Our Nobel laureate Malala is no accident.
Pakistan must resist skepticism about Afghanistan.
During war, a little transparency goes a long way.
Did India cause the floods and other disasters?
The war against extremism will turn on how we treat the displaced.
Tahir-ul-Qadri, Imran Khan and a cure worse than the disease
Imran Khan would do well to remember that policymaking and reform is a lengthy process that is seldom achieved through rash actions.
The PTI chief may have played out his options.
Aitchison College’s abiding admissions controversy.
What does the Army gain from agreeing to protect Islamabad on the directives of the federal government?
Despite amendments, Pakistan’s new counterterrorism law is open to abuse.
The former military spokesman’s revelations about Kayani’s ‘hesitance.’
Choosing between the doable and the desirable.
Family planning is vital for Pakistan’s security.