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What the recent by-election tells us about Karachi’s changing politics.
Designed like a mosque, the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology now represents the devil’s bargain.
Of the 11 Victoria Crosses awarded to Indian soldiers for World War I, three went to men from what is now Pakistan. This is their story.
Inside Pakistan’s most dangerous neighborhood.
Confronting the jihadists comprehensively will make Pakistan more secure.
In Pakistan, the dangerous business of making life-saving surgical instruments.
Gen. Raheel Sharif is changing Pakistan forever.
In Peshawar, Pakistan’s worst and most shocking terror attack.
Lt. Col. Farooq Rahman led the conspirators who assassinated Bangladesh’s President Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. For this, he was celebrated by Bangladesh—then hanged.
Al Qaeda’s attempted hijacking of the warship PNS Zulfiqar failed—thanks to Operation Zarb-e-Azb and Gen. Raheel Sharif’s clarity.
How has Pakistan’s Dr. Aafia Siddiqui come to matter so much in the U.S.-led war on terror?
Making sense of Karachi’s seeming senselessness.
No one comes out of the political crisis in Islamabad looking clean.
Operation Zarb-e-Azb has changed Pakistan’s external- and internal-security doctrines.
10 things to do beyond North Waziristan.
Altaf Hussain, chief of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, has words Pakistan should heed.
What I learned during Pakistan’s wars.
An extremist Buddhist group has taken steps to expel Muslims from the island kingdom, silencing dissent through propaganda and intimidation.
Anti-India noise hasn’t clouded the clarity of the Pakistan Army and its chief, Gen. Raheel Sharif.
The Army under Gen. Raheel Sharif is showing terrorists it means business.