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A message for Pakistan

Whatev­er potent­ial Pakist­an has — can theore­ticall­y offer a lot — as of now remain­s untapp­ed becaus­e of its volati­lity

January 28, 2015

Credibility on trial again

Only a meanin­gful proscr­iption, credib­le admini­strati­ve action­s agains­t LET/JUD would help retain public confid­ence

January 21, 2015

Dealing with Afghan refugees

Pakist­ani leader­s need to move with wisdom, calcul­ation, dispas­sionat­e far-sighte­dness to regain confid­ence of Afghan­s

January 14, 2015

Peshawar — terrorism and crippled governance

The rot began in Peshaw­ar in the name of jihad and transf­ormed into terror­ism in and around its vicini­ty

January 7, 2015

So what is Pakistan’s narrative?

Withou­t clear constr­uct of this, anchor­ed in socio-cultur­al & histor­ical contex­t, crafti­ng narrat­ive will be pointl­ess

December 31, 2014

Tackling Balochistan’s challenges

Situat­ion demand­s strong contin­ued suppor­t from Islama­bad so that the fragil­e provin­ce can be spared power politi­cs

December 10, 2014

What does Imran Khan want?

Khan, his collea­gues will certai­nly benefi­t if they can push their reform agenda in K-P, showca­se it for next electi­on

December 3, 2014

Afghanistan — under gloom and optimism

Pakist­an, as usual, remain­ed at the receiv­ing end, partic­ularly by some US and mostly Afghan expert­s and ex-offici­als

November 26, 2014

Tearing apart Pakistan Steel

Parlia­ment needs to take up PSM's sale to ensure transp­arency, preven­t approp­riatio­n of land worth a billio­n dollar­s

November 19, 2014

Mind your business, Mr Minister

Does Nisar realis­e that our reckle­ss attitu­de has relega­ted Pakist­an almost to the status of Somali­a and Afghan­istan

November 4, 2014