U.K. Boosts Efforts to Prevent Forced Marriages
Taliban Shut Dozens of Health Clinics in Wardak
Hafiz Saeed Arrested Once Again
U.S. House Votes to Condemn Trump’s ‘Racist Comments’
‘Let’s See Them Aliens’
U.S. Bans Myanmar Army Chief Over Rohingya ‘Ethnic Cleansing’
Can the PTI-led government survive the changes required for Pakistan to achieve economic stability?
Often maligned, misgoverned and mistreated, Pakistan’s civilian security agencies receive few accolades despite facing the brunt of terrorism
Pakistan Day should be about so much more than a celebration of the country’s armed forces
Conflicting narratives are propagating confusion over India’s attempted strike on Pakistani soil
To know what Kashmir is about would require Pakistan to do more than merely go through the motions of standing up for it
The term ‘terrorism’ is supposed to evoke a negative response. But its placement in lan-guage is more than that; it is about setting a context and wielding power
How is it that while thinking works for our enemies, it is supposed to sink us?
Human Rights Watch report highlights rampant abuse within Pakistan’s garment industry
The tragic incident in Sahiwal provides an opportunity to revisit the rules of engagement, training and handling ops in the field
Taking the iron fist route only opens ourselves further to the very vulnerabilities that can be targeted
Tackling a conflict, especially one that has been and is being fought among the people, is not about making linear, clear-cut, absolute choices
Could 2019 be the year tourism returns to Pakistan?
‘Strong leaders’ are reshaping the world, one nation at a time
What exactly is the nature of this being-nothing? At what point does it become Becoming?
The U.S. may have jumped the gun on censuring Pakistan over alleged religious freedom violations
The difference between reassessment and backtracking
India’s homegrown nuclear-powered submarine should raise red flags for Pakistan, which must now strengthen its Navy accordingly
Panic in Pakistan as reports emerge claiming customer data from several major banks has been stolen by hackers
Mr. Prime Minister, don’t go half-cocked into battle
No one should mourn Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui. But neither can we ignore nor disregard the idea of the modus