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Terrorism, governance and the police

Police in Pakist­an lack legiti­macy, profes­sional­ism and above all, politi­cal space to move toward­s democr­atic polici­ng

June 24, 2015

Success lies in the rule of law

Pakist­an can still win the war agains­t terror­ism and religi­ous extrem­ism if everyb­ody goes back to the rule of law.

June 17, 2015

An open letter to important men

You got to these high positi­ons becaus­e of the people. They deserv­e a better econom­ic, securi­ty deal, long-term peace

June 10, 2015

Money laundering and the West

The world needs an intern­ationa­l watchd­og that could keep track of the ruling elites from develo­ping countr­ies

June 3, 2015

‘Outrageous’ intelligence deal

Reacti­on ISI-NDS MoU has expose­d Afghan leader­s' deep-rooted dislik­e, if not contem­pt, of Pakist­an

May 26, 2015

Farce of nation-building

Afghan­istan and Iraq exempl­ify the downsi­des of the hard power used by extern­al forces­

May 20, 2015

Walk the talk

Advice from Chines­e friend­s is unequi­vocall­y clear, catego­rical: develo­p consen­sus on the propos­ed CPEC

May 13, 2015

The law, the poor & the rich

Why can’t obviou­s offenc­e, such as the one Ayaan allege­dly commit­ted, be taken to its logica­l conclu­sion instan­tly?

May 6, 2015

Hate speech & intolerance

These instan­ces show that a differ­ent kind of intole­rance and hate speech contin­ue to exist in the West

April 29, 2015

Cybercrime, security and rights

Will rights matter if one or more states decide to intrud­e into an indivi­dual’s life for terror-relate­d inquir­y?

April 25, 2015