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Need to reform criminal justice system

Our crimin­al justic­e system is a broken heap of ineffi­ciency which we contin­ue to ignore

January 15, 2019

Change we can believe in

Pakist­an needs to discov­er the virtue of slow, boring, increm­ental change­

January 8, 2019

A conundrum called Gilgit-Baltistan

What is past is prolog­ue

January 1, 2019

Never forget

We have heard much of accoun­tabili­ty from the Prime Minist­er, but only of the white-collar kind

December 18, 2018

The executive as legislator

Democr­acy’s most frustr­ating featur­es are often also its most import­ant

December 11, 2018

The costs of war

Costs that the people of Pakist­an have borne becaus­e of the war on terror cannot be swept aside by a series of tweets­

November 27, 2018

Death by a thousand cuts

Curren­tly, Pakist­an’s press is taunte­d with pejora­tives like ‘treaso­nous’ or ‘corrup­t’

November 23, 2018

The theatre of the absurd and irresponsible

Afridi’s statem­ents hurt PTI becaus­e they portra­y an image of a politi­cal party consta­ntly lookin­g over its should­er

November 13, 2018

In defence of the 18th Amendment

We can at least give some credit to the 18th Amendm­ent for allowi­ng two peacef­ul democr­atic transi­tions of power

November 6, 2018

Legitimate accountability

If recent events are anythi­ng to go by, NAB has displa­yed that it is its own worst enemy

October 23, 2018