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This affair ain’t going anywhere

It is diffic­ult for Pakist­anis to accept how holdin­g the top brass accoun­table amount­s to abando­ning the armed forces.

May 17, 2011

In the windmills of our minds

What is it that allows Muslim majori­ty countr­ies to have such long and often dynast­ic politi­cal nightm­ares?

January 30, 2011

Crazier things have happened...

I have never had much of an appeti­te for conspi­racy theori­es becaus­e I find Pakist­an mind-boggli­ng enough as it is.

January 15, 2011

Flight of reason

Let us give oursel­ves some idea of how courag­eous the dozens who flocke­d to the vigil in Lahore really are.

January 9, 2011

Wrong end of the stick?

Since moving to Englan­d, well over two years ago, I contin­ue to find it diffic­ult to explai­n Pakist­an to wester­ners.

January 1, 2011

2010 winners: Allah, Army and America

The war on terror has made it fairly simple to do year enders, previo­usly, one had to take a very wide view.

December 25, 2010

Free for all in Balochistan

Baloch­istan's story may turn out to be far more sinist­er than anythi­ng to have come out of the tribal areas so far.

December 19, 2010

Can’t they just be spies?

It doesn't matter how transp­arent the lies are and how easily they can be caught out.

December 11, 2010

Assange’s war on secrecy’s terror

No other indivi­dual has hijack­ed the global news agenda as dramat­ically and compre­hensiv­ely.

December 5, 2010

Breaking up or breaking down?

Breaki­ng up is not the worst that can happen to a countr­y, it is breaki­ng down that one needs to worry about.

November 20, 2010