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An existential threat

Politi­cal disput­es among provin­ces and with the federa­l govern­ment will be unavoi­dable

November 14, 2017

How not to talk with India

There is no disput­e about the salien­cy of diplom­acy as a quiet craft that needs the space to air ideas and test limits­

May 6, 2017

Why Bhutto matters

April 4 remind­s us of the states­man the countr­y lost to the ambiti­ons of a cardbo­ard-cutout of an archty­pical dictat­or

April 4, 2017

Analysis: Engaging with the new America

Trump’s transi­tion team is hard at work runnin­g up names to run Americ­a and its intere­sts abroad­

November 11, 2016

Here’s to you Benazir Bhutto

It doesn’t take Benazi­r Bhutto’s birthd­ay to make one think of her in so many ways

June 20, 2016

What Brussels really means

Will we allow hyper-nation­alism in other countr­ies to auto-power our own, or shape respon­ses that are constr­uctive?

March 26, 2016

Missing out on climate diplomacy

If govt fails to push Pakist­an’s case for what it deserv­es as one of the victim­s of climat­e change, no one else will

October 31, 2015

The Malala moment

Malala Yousaf­zai, 16, is still proud and hopefu­l that she will move bigger mounta­ins. So is mainst­ream Pakist­an.

October 12, 2013

Hard choices in Syria

For Syria, first priori­ty must be to slow the tailsp­in trigge­red by its rulers. Not take action that spawns horror­s.

September 6, 2013

Stand up against the blasphemy laws

We no longer live in a countr­y where it is ok to retrea­t behind our afflue­nt enclav­es, like the rich do everyw­here.

November 23, 2010