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After Uri, the spectre of water wars.
Pakistan, Afghanistan: hobbled by hate.
When columnists excrete emotions.
The free-for-all on our television screens.
Farooq Sattar’s delicate balance.
Growing ties between New Delhi and Washington are not a zero-sum game for Pakistan.
Pakistan’s foreign policy requires a robust rethink to avoid regional marginalization by In-dia.
Pakistan’s greatest flaw lies in its regional isolationism.
Contrary to reports, there is no change coming for the Altaf Hussain-led party.
Islamabad’s best bet is to try and use the MQM leadership in Karachi as a counter to Altaf Hussain’s exhortations from London.
India cannot distract from its atrocities in Kashmir by pointing fingers at Pakistan.
Nationalistic fervor in Pakistan keeps missing the point.
The latest unrest in Kashmir has shaken the world, but it is unlikely to result in any ‘revolution.’
Islamabad’s National Action Plan is in limbo.
It is impossible to eradicate terrorism without dislodging the fringe within.
The real existential problem is the state’s loss of writ.
The PTI has squandered its chance to act like a political party and not a frothing-from-the-mouth, perennially agitating mob.
Women will continue to be killed ‘for honor’ unless we can change our concept of what that entails.
Bad judgment can prove the difference between tragedy and inconvenience.
Will PIA remain a white elephant or can it be fixed?