Collaboration, not discord, is required to defeat the militants plaguing both Pakistan and Afghanistan
There is no need for Pakistan to rush into a decision on its response to the U.S.’s suspension of military aid
Both countries must step back and work to restore bilateral ties
Could the situation in the provincial assembly actually impact the 2018 general elections?
Pakistan would do well to learn from ‘all-weather’ friend China
Did Saudi Arabia ask Nawaz Sharif to call off his protest movement?
A comprehensive policy incorporating all of Islamabad’s options is required to respond to the U.S. president
Rather than engaging in a war of words, Pakistan should exercise restraint when responding to the U.S. president
Recent visits to Saudi Arabia by Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif have tongues wagging in Pakistan
Little to celebrate as Pakistan rings in 2018
Pakistan must acknowledge the impact its blasphemy law has on the state
What is Pakistan’s definition of ‘ideology’?
The Pakistan Army appears to have a significant problem with ‘rogue elements’
Best not to look a gift horse in the mouth in beleaguered Pakistan
The assassination that changed everything—and nothing
Despite Faizabad, all is not lost
A need to examine the 35 states that abstained from voting on Jerusalem resolution
Lawmakers’ publicizing of the Army chief’s in-camera briefing has helped the military’s prestige
Some crucial takeaways from Gen. Qamar Bajwa’s appearance at the Senate
Alarmist statements from senior government officials only risk alienating Islamabad from the global comity