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.
Why did the Establishment Division dismiss a well-regarded Islamabad Police official?
The ball is now in Obama’s court.
Islamabad has to consider multiple dimensions before picking a side in the Saudi-led coalition’s airstrikes on Iran-backed rebels in Yemen.
Pakistan should view capital punishment with the seriousness it deserves.
Becoming a part of a Saudi-led coalition will be stupidity at its most stupid.
The Pakistan Day parade is a good move, but the military still has a lot of work to do.
The takeaway from the Indian foreign secretary’s Islamabad visit.
Wrongfully sentenced to death at 14, Shafqat Hussain’s hanging must be stopped.
International Women’s Day, a reminder of what has been achieved and what remains.