Pakistan’s grim, current political configuration.
Malik Ishaq’s killing is not a strategic turn.
Ankara is in more trouble than it thinks.
The Judicial Commission report has deprived P.M. Nawaz Sharif of his excuse for non-performance.
The government has no reason to halt the erosion of individual and civil liberties on the web.
Social media’s response to a picture of a couple astride a motorcycle speaks volumes about Pakistani society.
Pakistan’s foreign policy is a joke.
Pakistan must support Ashraf Ghani and demand an inquiry into allegations of ISI collusion in an attack on the Afghan parliament.
If the government cannot establish a definitive cause for the mass deaths attributed to a persistent heatwave the tragedy is doomed to repeat next year.
The state remains beholden to the Army despite two successive civilian governments.
The former president’s outburst suggests his PPP might just have a lot to answer for.
The shooting of two lawyers in Daska, and subsequent rioting, must be analyzed at both the immediate and broader levels to properly resolve the situation.
A high-level meeting in Islamabad speaks volumes about civil-military relations in Pakistan.
Breaking the law in the name of restoring law and order isn’t the answer.
If we want to win the fight for Pakistan’s cities, the police must fight it.
Strategic planning requires that official thought be tested.
Islamabad needs to ensure that its ties with Beijing are not restricted to maudlin hyperbole.
Recent articles published by the leading news organizations reflect a blatant bias that is dangerous in its dishonesty.
Pakistan should play its role in the latest Middle East saga.
Pakistan’s failure to hone all elements of its national power has allowed countries like the U.A.E. to threaten it.