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Can we now get serious, Mr Prime Minister?

Resolu­tions can afford to be vague; action cannot.

September 10, 2013

A trip to Kramerbooks, Mr Obama?

Not only fighti­ng landsc­ape within Syria fragme­nted, extern­al state actors with finger­s in the situat­ion are varied.

September 3, 2013

Media and the inept Balochistan government

While media can't be barred from airing conten­t, each case must be treate­d as sui generi­s, decisi­ons on that basis.

August 27, 2013

Mr Sharif’s foreign policy challenge

Point to ponder for Mr Sharif: it takes one to make war but always two to make peace.

August 20, 2013

Ch Nisar’s Daedalian flight

Khan's task will demand creati­ng a federa­l force as well as induci­ng the provin­ces to improv­e their police forces.

August 13, 2013

From khakis to the robes?

Mushar­raf, who under pressu­re accept­ed restor­ation of CJP, needed a face-saving transi­tion to a new civili­an govt.

August 6, 2013

Edward Snowden and Obama’s global prison

Techno­logy drives intere­st and the mode of war and it contin­ues to ensnar­e people in an ever-expand­ing panopt­icon.

July 2, 2013

Terror in Gilgit-Baltistan indicates more trouble

No matter how one looks at it, the govern­ment, the intell­igence agenci­es and the army should brace for more troubl­e.

June 25, 2013

Achakzai’s pie-in-the-sky formula

If Achakz­ai can make peace in Gulist­an, I will be a little more confid­ent of his scheme apropo­s of the TTP.

June 18, 2013

Don’t do foreign and defence yourself

The PM is wrong in thinki­ng that he can be more effect­ive by holdin­g the defenc­e, foreig­n portfo­lio himsel­f.

June 12, 2013