It is not enough to have elections; they must also result in performance and delivery.
It's incumbent on both sides to work together and not ratchet up tensions, in a region already beset with problems.
US, Nato forces haven't left Afghanistan, but debate has already begun as to who's responsible for the dismal failure.
The ignominy of seeing a messiah come in and proclaim to “save” the country has deeply traumatised the nation.
Voters are influenced less by foreign policy and economic programmes and more by ethnic, linguistic, tribal factors.
Both Islamabad and Kabul appear to be taking important, measured steps to bring their ties back on track.
If countries can offer nuclear tech to India, US cannot suggest Pakistan and China refrain from similar cooperation.
Our politicians have been no paragons of virtue, but they can't be accused of disastrous policies pursued by...
Prime Minister Netanyahu envisages a Bantustan, with municipal powers, not a sovereign state, as mandated by the UN.
Is there no one to tell the PM that there is no such thing as a private undertaking by any prime minister?