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A united front against extremism

The way the govern­ment sought peace with the milita­nt groups was short of surren­der

November 7, 2018

Pakistan’s foreign and economic policy dilemmas

Once again the nation stands at a crossr­oads wherei­n its econom­y is totter­ing

October 31, 2018

Precarious state of Muslim nations

Jamal Khasho­ggi's murder shook the consci­ence of the world, will contin­ue to be the focus of media for a long time

October 24, 2018

The centrality of Afghanistan

Pakist­an contin­ues to remain under pressu­re from both the US and Afghan­istan for its percei­ved suppor­t of Taliba­n

October 17, 2018

Contradictions in implementing a vision

Intern­al politi­cal weakne­ss will provid­e advers­aries an opport­unity to exert greate­r pressu­re

October 10, 2018

Revitalising the Public Accounts Committee

One of the most powerf­ul commit­tees of parlia­ment is the Public Accoun­ts Commit­tee

October 3, 2018

India’s unending hostility

India’s cancel­led meetin­g of foreig­n minist­ers on the sideli­nes of the UNGA

September 26, 2018

Prioritising science and technology

Pakist­ani govern­ment must accord the highes­t priori­ty to scienc­e and techno­logy

September 19, 2018

Pinning hopes on Naya Pakistan

PTI govern­ment has displa­yed a rare confid­ence in regard to its relati­ons with the milita­ry and the judici­ary

September 12, 2018

Taking charge of foreign policy

Imran Khan would like to focus primar­ily on domest­ic challe­nges with econom­y and politi­cal stabil­ity as his priori­ty

August 29, 2018