FBI Agents on Russia Probe Called Trump ‘Idiot’
Erdogan Seeks to Galvanize Muslim Leaders Over Jerusalem
Kim Vows ‘Victory in the Showdown’ With U.S.
New York Bombing Heightens Fears of Holiday Attacks
U.S. Wants $250mn Cut to U.N. Budget
Amnesty Says E.U. Complicit in Abuse of Libya Migrants
The Tehreek-i-Labaik Yah Rasool Allah Pakistan is following the precedence set by the PTI and PAT
Worrying signs for Pakistan in Saudi Arabia’s recent drive for ‘moderation’
The merger of the MQM-Pakistan and Pak Sarzameen Party is a matter of survival
The Pakistan Army chief’s visit to Tehran was an attempt at ending the country’s regional isolation
Saudi Arabia should prepare for the inevitable backlash to its move toward ‘moderation’
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s recent moves could be all about the economy
In trying to one-up each other, Pakistan’s political parties are only hurting themselves
A leaked list of groups the U.S. allegedly wants Islamabad to act against has raised eyebrows in the federal capital
Will the current chief minister of Punjab province be Pakistan’s next prime minister?
Remembering Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s daughter, 1919-2017
Adopting a police of regional isolation will only hurt Pakistan
Can the PMLN overcome the forces massing against it by jettisoning Nawaz Sharif as party chief?
Normal ties with India can help alleviate poverty in Pakistan
Less solidarity, more soul-searching is required to help the Kashmiri population
Khawaja Asif’s grandstanding and rhetoric is not befitting a foreign minister
Reading between the lines of the U.S. Secretary of State’s short visit to Islamabad
Pakistan’s education system caters to extremism rather than demolishing it
Pakistan has a ‘disappeared persons’ epidemic
Could Shahbaz Sharif help the PMLN mend fences with the powers-that-be?
India should take care to avoid Pakistan’s mistakes