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The Army under Gen. Raheel Sharif is showing terrorists it means business.
Sri Lanka declared victory in its war against the Tamil Tigers five years ago—but there’s a lot Colombo has to answer for.
Things are finally looking up for Afghanistan. Here’s how to keep it that way.
The success of the 350,000-strong Afghan National Army will be critical for Islamabad.
Noor Inayat Khan, 1914-1944.
Is a section of Pakistan’s officialdom putting the world on notice?
Pakistan’s runaway Council of Islamic Ideology.
Untested Chinese nuclear technology could imperil the city of 20 million.
Akbar Ahmed’s new book helps explain the current cycle roiling Muslim countries.
If there ever was a sign of the demise of the Pakistani state, it is the killing of the Hazara community of Quetta.
They’ve come a long way, but publishing houses in Pakistan are still struggling.
As Pakistan faces its gravest threat from terrorism, its cultural capital, Lahore, has a unique role to fulfill.
Rumor and reporting are unavoidably intertwined in Pakistan.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is making culture hip.
Sindhi nationalism: from the Sukkur Barrage to the Sindh Festival.
What Western troops will leave behind in Afghanistan.
The farce of the former Pakistani president and Army chief’s treason trial.
In its water war with India, Pakistan wins a battle.
Pakistan’s former chief justice hopes his legacy will live on. Nothing could be worse for the country’s justice system.
Husain Haqqani’s ‘Magnificent Delusions’ tells you what Islamabad and Rawalpindi will not.