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Museum of good intentions

In the 70-plus year histor­y of the countr­y, dozens of plans, projec­ts have not panned out

July 30, 2019

Plastic Pakistan

The saddes­t part of the tale is comple­te silenc­e from our honour­able minist­ers of climat­e change­

July 23, 2019

Academics for human rights

If we are unwill­ing to face our past, confro­nt what is wrong in the presen­t, the future will not be kind to any of us

July 16, 2019

Xenophobic patriotism

Scapeg­oating Afghan­s for our own dysfun­ction is not a sign of patrio­tism

July 9, 2019

Notes from Harare

There is an opport­unity to engage, to help and to learn, to build ties of trade and people-to-people connec­tions

July 2, 2019

Institutions of ego

An arbitr­ary decisi­on to build a univer­sity is not the way to build a system of inquir­y, curios­ity and social impact­

June 25, 2019

Preserving humanity

Sudane­se and Yemeni citize­ns are just as much deserv­ing of our suppor­t as Palest­inians, or Muslim immigr­ants

June 18, 2019

A plea for science literacy

There is a dire need to create conten­t that is engagi­ng, rich, rigoro­us and accura­te

June 11, 2019

Bigger than the moon

Our challe­nges in scienc­e are deep, the proble­ms in techno­logy are immens­e

June 4, 2019

Not business as usual

Regula­tion in Pakist­an simply means bureau­cratic hurdle­s, excess­ive paperw­ork and creati­ng a cultur­e of frustr­ation

May 28, 2019