Pakistan can no longer afford to ignore “too powerful” individuals
The rightwing political party is challenging India’s long-held secular status
Pakistan’s judiciary must not allow itself to continue being embroiled in Islamabad’s perennial political instability
Why do so many Pakistani appear to not like their homeland?
Inside the minds of the haters spewing venom at the 20-year-old Nobel laureate
The 20-year-old women’s rights activist has returned to a country where many still regard with scorn
Democracy and rule of law, not moral absolutism, are what’s required in Pakistan
Ongoing case proceedings suggest Pakistan has much to fear from women with foreign nationalities
A brief look at Pakistan’s political landscape and the various players vying for power
Do the military’s actions reflect the ‘Bajwa doctrine’ unveiled by the media?
Hints of refits within the judiciary over its current activist nature
Negotiation, not conflict, is the only way forward for both Pakistan and India
Khadim Hussain Rizvi’s refusal to appear in court reflects the loss of the state’s writ in most of Pakistan
Ill portents for the PMLN after its failure at the Senate
Pakistan has much to gain, and little to lose, from normalization of ties with India
Senate elections portend ill for the future of the PMLN
Do Pakistanis agree with the U.N.’s assessment of their overall happiness?
The powers-that-be have got their man in the Upper House
A new faith landscape is taking shape in Pakistan
Pakistan is increasingly forcing its minorities to become lesser citizens