A state, especially a weak one, cannot do much on its own; a great deal has to be done by the people themselves.
Of the three 'E's - economy, energy and extremism - the latter is going to be the hardest to resolve.
Pakistan, a country that has seen so many crises in the past should have learnt to deal with them.
It has become very difficult for Pakistan’s new prime minister to seek a closer working relationship with the US.
Most of the $1.5 trillion spent by America in Afghanistan have gone into destruction rather than construction.
New Delhi should ensure that Afghanistan will not become a geographic area over which Pakistan-India will duel.
By focusing on retail trade, policymakers can add to the rates of growth of agriculture, SMEs and international trade.
Politics is the reason for Pakistan’s long-lasting recession.
The influx of remittances is changing, in many ways, Pakistan’s social and economic landscapes.
Both India and Pakistan are leaning towards achieving economic stability but possibly at the expense of growth.