Droning on about drones won’t do.
Controlling violence requires the use of state power and development—not appeasement.
The Muslim world’s most dangerous enemies come from within.
Good or bad, legally speaking, drones can’t kill without due process.
The Tehreek-e-Taliban’s new choice for a leader will interfere less with the organization’s umbrella groups and adopt a more hardline approach.
The Jamaat-e-Islami has some explaining to do.
Celebrating Hakimullah Mehsud’s killing? Take a pause.
Pakistan ignores its rich multicultural heritage at its own peril.
Through her courage, the 16-year-old exposes our inadequacies.
PTI’s Shireen Mazari shouldn’t mislead the youth with harebrained ideas.
A star politician’s unreal world.
What we can glean about Ajmal Mian from his own book.
Overcoming Pakistan’s national-security narratives.
On Syria, there aren’t many good options for the United States. But Barack Obama has chosen the worst of them all.
How many more will molt into Mohammad Sikandar?
Bound by tribal pride, sorry seems to be the hardest word for Imran Khan.
Pakistan’s unbeautiful minds and the Abbottabad Commission’s leaked report.
The left-right ideological battle is back with all-or-nothing dogmas.
What’s the big deal about gifting babies to the childless?
The false comparison between the U.S. and Orwell’s dystopia.