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Spotlight on the Fourth Estate

Given state of affair­s in the countr­y, perhap­s SC should write media code of conduc­t, set the bar as high as possib­le.

September 7, 2012

Sectarian conflict: the external dimension

In recent cases of confli­ct in Middle East, we find an attemp­t to projec­t tussle in sectar­ian than politi­cal terms.

August 31, 2012

Sectarian schism and state policy

First step in war agains­t extrem­ism and violen­ce is for the Republ­ic of Pakist­an to overco­me its own ambiva­lence.

August 24, 2012

General Kayani in Kakul

Genera­l Kayani has rightl­y said that nothin­g is more diffic­ult for the army than to battle our own people.

August 17, 2012

Befriending India

Pakist­an should favour­ably note lessen­ing of Indian rigidi­ty on Mumbai, seek greate­r convic­tion with New Delhi.

August 10, 2012

Putting out the Arakan fires

Best way for Pakist­an is to give substa­nce to an OIC initia­tive on the issue and not play up the religi­ous card.

August 6, 2012

Bitter harvest

Does the intern­ationa­l commun­ity want the peace and reconc­iliati­on that Afghan­s and Pakist­anis seek?

July 30, 2012

Drone buzz

The world has “a potent new weapon” and now it needs to adapt it to intern­ationa­l law: The Econom­ist.

July 22, 2012

A silver lining

Pakist­an needs a break from the dynami­cs create­d by the NRO, can come only from a new electi­on; earlie­r the better.

July 15, 2012

Coping with the inevitable

It will be self-delusi­on to think that Pakist­an’s handli­ng of the post-Salala situat­ion has made the task easier.

July 8, 2012