P.M. Khan’s statements on Muslim division over Kashmir suggest a growing rift between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia
The populist rhetoric of Pakistani lawmakers only risks bringing the nation closer to chaos
The security map of the Middle East is a conundrum Pakistan just can’t figure out
With Arab nations appearing to endorse the accord, it is likely to be gradually accepted by most major powers
No democracy can prosper in the absence of flexibility toward, and dialogue with, opposition forces
So long as South Asia remains hostage to the whims of Pakistan and India, there is little hope of achieving free trade and movement across borders
Ideological states lack the flexibility needed to secure agreements that prevent conflict
For Pakistan, moral outrage is no substitute for ground realities when it comes to picking sides in the Gulf conflict
Why was author Shuja Nawaz forced to cancel the Pakistan launch of his new book on Pak-U.S. ties?
The PTI-led government should mark the new year by reaching out to the opposition—and restraining its foul-mouthed lawmakers
Anti-graft watchdog NAB has been used as a tool to punish political opponents for far too long
After Brexit, Pakistan must forge new associations in the European Parliament
Growing importance for Pakistan’s Western border as a U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan looms
A controversial judicial ruling all but ensures former Army chief Pervez Musharraf will soon go free
P.M. Khan’s desire to paint himself a leader of the Islamic world has put Pakistan in a tough spot
The world must rise up against the ongoing abuse and repression of Kashmiris by the Indian government
Religious harmony, freedom and protection of minorities’ rights are a cornerstone of the PTI’s policies
What lies ahead for Pak-Indo relations after New Delhi’s scrapping of autonomy for disputed Kashmir?
Can the PTI-led government survive the changes required for Pakistan to achieve economic stability?
Often maligned, misgoverned and mistreated, Pakistan’s civilian security agencies receive few accolades despite facing the brunt of terrorism