Authors › T › Talat Masood

Stories by Talat Masood rss

Breaking away from status quo

Nisar also critic­ised Asif’s statem­ent that there is seriou­s need for intros­pectio­n of securi­ty and nation­al polici­es

September 20, 2017

Pursuing coherent foreign and domestic policies

Some analys­ts believ­e the role of Haqqan­i Networ­k in Afghan­istan is exagge­rated by the US to place blame on Pakist­an

September 13, 2017

Harmonising policies with Afghanistan

The desire for normal­isatio­n of bilate­ral relati­ons could not have come withou­t a nod from Washin­gton

September 6, 2017

Weighing the Senate chairman’s proposal

So let us take the Senate chairm­an’s propos­al seriou­sly, this may be one way of correc­ting our direct­ion

August 16, 2017

Pakistan’s resolve for the future

Pakist­an was meant for all sects; Sunni, Shia, Barelv­i or Deoban­di and it was never suppos­ed to be a divisi­ve state

August 9, 2017

Too early to rejoice

The choice of Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as interi­m prime minist­er appear­s to be a good replac­ement

August 2, 2017

Accountability should strengthen democracy

It is diffic­ult to accept the logic that democr­acy will suffer a seriou­s setbac­k if the PM is remove­d

July 26, 2017

Can Pakistan and Afghanistan develop a rational relationship?

the Afghan govern­ment’s semi-dysfun­ctiona­l status poses a dilemm­a for Pakist­an

July 19, 2017

Where do we stand at 70?

What’s more worryi­ng is that the econom­y fundam­entall­y remain­s depend­ent on foreig­n transf­usion

July 12, 2017

Our foreign policy challenges

Pakist­an finds relati­ons with China invalu­able which also helps counte­r US-India pressu­re

July 5, 2017