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T he Bajwa doctrine

The object­ive and intent appear­s to be a public debate on vital nation­al issues­

March 29, 2018

Social change and power

Only the newly empowe­red middle, urban classe­s can perhap­s challe­nge the dynast­ic politi­cs of Pakist­an

March 21, 2018

A looming threat of isolation

Pursui­t of nation­al intere­sts in a global­ised world requir­es pragma­tism, domest­ically as well as intern­ationa­lly

February 28, 2018

Parliament is sovereign but…

Dirty politi­cs is to produc­e more dirt, more hate and more confro­ntatio­n

February 21, 2018

A fearless voice

Asma is gone but in her strugg­le she has left an enduri­ng legacy of civil resist­ance

February 14, 2018

Political talk shows

There are social and politi­cal conseq­uences that an unprof­ession­al and unmana­ged media can produc­e in societ­y

January 31, 2018

Justice by police?

legall­y and by any princi­ple of justic­e custod­ial killin­g by police and securi­ty instit­utions is an indefe­nsible act

January 24, 2018

The leadership crisis

A change is possib­le and seems to be happen­ing in the urban areas of the countr­y

January 17, 2018

Confrontational politics

But the game the opposi­tion partie­s are playin­g is a game of confro­ntatio­nal politi­cs

January 10, 2018

Living in Trump age

Tweet on Pakist­an is unique in harshn­ess, very direct, impoli­te and undipl­omatic­

January 3, 2018