Modi’s BJP Pulls Out of India-administered Kashmir Government
U.K. Marks Anniversary of London Mosque Terror Attack
Cruel and Unusual
U.S., South Korea Confirm Suspending Military Drills
Afghanistan’s Ceasefire Celebrations Raise Hopes for Peace
‘Worrying’ New Focus on Nuclear Deterrence
Anti-Terrorism Court’s ruling in Lahore delivers justice for Shahzad Masih and Shama Bibi.
General Raheel Sharif is beloved by the common man for being a consummate professional.
The advisory panel does not fully represent Pakistan’s demographics.
The Turkish president’s allegations against the West aren’t supported by available evidence.
Fallout from Pakistan’s flawed approach to tackling terrorism.
Pakistan should be concerned about the potential consequences of the Islamic scholar’s message.
Pakistan’s foreign policy must put the economy first.
Islamabad must prepare a strategy of dealing with the U.S. president-elect.
Global security requires a rethink.
The attack on a Sufi shrine in Balochistan is another indicator of the state’s weakening writ.
The former Sindh governor had no choice but to flee Karachi.
What will America’s 45th president do after he assumes office?
Pakistan must choose to put its economy before nationalist passions.
Shia and Sunni alike are paying for the Pakistani state’s historical mistakes.
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s blunt statements are a refreshing change of pace.
Sharbat Gula’s plight cannot be ignored.
Pakistan and India’s tit-for-tat diplomatic evictions replay a futile and worn-out exercise.
Both the PMLN and the PTI have lessons to learn from the dharna that wasn’t.
The PTI’s latest dharna fizzled out before it even started.
There is no bailout coming for the graveyard of a once-mighty industry.