After Zainab, what?
There’s a chance the blasphemy laws may be reformed.
Peshawar will make the military less divided.
The Newsweek correspondent who helped the world understand Pakistan.
Pakistan was not wrong on the Molla execution.
For six years, General Kayani was Pakistan’s drug of choice.
Pakistani voters proved many predictions wrong.
If he plays it right, Nawaz Sharif could become the most significant leader of Pakistan since… Jinnah.
Set to become Pakistan’s prime minister for an unprecedented third time, Sharif is a much changed man since he was last in power.
Rent by infighting, the electoral prospects of Khan’s PTI dim.
Pakistan’s election season is shaping up to be highly contentious—and dangerous.
The startling allegations leveled by the Pakistani-American businessman and citizen diplomat have already claimed their first casualty. Meet the man who blew the whistle on Memogate.
Known to millions as a politician‚ media mogul, and an outspoken critic of Muslim radicals‚ Salmaan Taseer—Pakistan’s bravest man—was even more impressive to those of us who knew him in person.
An interview with the new U.S. ambassador to Islamabad‚ Dr. Cameron Munter.
Five years after Oct. 8‚ 2005‚ how prepared is Pakistan?
Our interview with Queen Noor of Jordan.
In unending crisis‚ there is hope and salvation yet for Pakistan.
Welcome to our first ever issue.
An interview with Dr. A. Q. Khan.