When a succeeding regime timidly files cases against its predecessor, this is always termed ‘political victimisation’
Can the Sharif's reform Pakistan? The answer in a single word is 'no'
Arab-Iran rivalry has found battlegrounds at societal levels in many Muslim-majority states, including in Pakistan
Student unions, before they were banned were funded, handled and given weapons by political parties
Mark my words, the Sharifs will leave us in higher national debt than any other govt in history
Both parties have similar ideas about how to frame political strategy in order to gain power and hold on to it
Evidence from history would lead to the conclusion that Pakistan has a fundamental interest in stabilising Afghanistan
Many terrorists have been found to be graduates of modern institutions, have had careers; come from the middle class
The APS Peshawar attack has very few parallels in history for mass murder of innocent children
fter Mullah Omar’s death, it was thought that Kabul could manipulate factionalism to destroy the Taliban
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