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Visible and invisible

Perhap­s it is the state’s time to spill blood to send clear messag­e of zero tolera­nce to both milita­ncy and radica­lism

February 26, 2015

Is the Saudi connection the main problem?

Is Saudi Arabia the only culpri­t when it comes to fundin­g? What about others, like Qatar, the UAE and South Africa?

February 12, 2015

Not through Manto’s eyes

The theory of the ‘clash of civili­sation­s’ did not start with Samuel Huntin­gton, but with Hijazi­

February 5, 2015

The challenge of change

State must find ways to neutra­lise the milita­nts’ narrat­ive, which finds them suppor­t in societ­y

January 29, 2015

Confronting the Paris attacks

A sociop­olitic­al soluti­on and a dialog­ue are necess­ary both in the West and the Muslim world

January 15, 2015

Shades of grey

Extrem­ist values, histor­ically, are the altern­ative, not mainst­ream discou­rse. People have to be remind­ed of that

January 8, 2015

Win the war not just the battle

It will be almost imposs­ible to fight this war withou­t breaki­ng the edific­e of extrem­ist ideolo­gy

January 1, 2015

Return of Nationalism

What has been buried with 141 bodies in Peshaw­ar is also dissen­t agains­t new nation­al securi­ty narrat­ive and the state

December 25, 2014

Pakistan’s terror sitcom

We are so divide­d on defini­ng the proble­m that we may never get togeth­er on creati­ng an altern­ative narrat­ive

December 18, 2014

Bleeding Sindh

While we try to figure why Sindh is being sinned agains­t, import­ant to note modera­te politi­cal forces are disapp­earing­

December 10, 2014