Qatar Says Saudi-Led Demands Not ‘Reasonable’
U.S. Special Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan Quits Post
Qatar Issued List of Demands as Gulf Crisis Worsens
Day of Bloodshed
London Mosque Suspect Charged With ‘Terrorism-Related Murder’
‘Trump Village’ Unveiled in India Ahead of Modi’s U.S. Visit
Bombing in Quetta
A response to the outrage over ‘Aitzaz Hasan and the Bomber.’
We don’t need ‘a million more’ Aitzaz Hasans.
How Pakistan allowed Salmaan Taseer’s martyrdom to go to waste.
Iftikhar Chaudhry started us on a journey for Pakistan’s judicial independence six years ago. We’re still some way from our destination.
Foreign Minister Nawaz Sharif is on the right track, but…
What can we expect from the meeting between the directors-general of military operations of Pakistan and India?
How to destroy the nation-state of Pakistan.
Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan is in the wrong.
In wishing to end one controversy, Pakistan’s interior minister triggers another.
Sexual harassment is too serious a matter to be viewed in binaries.
Resolving the mystery that is Ashfaq Parvez Kayani.
For six years, General Kayani was Pakistan’s drug of choice.
The Iran thaw presents unprecedented opportunities for Nawaz Sharif’s government.
Pakistan’s seeming indecision over what constitutes a martyr.
Droning on about drones won’t do.
Controlling violence requires the use of state power and development—not appeasement.
The Muslim world’s most dangerous enemies come from within.
Good or bad, legally speaking, drones can’t kill without due process.
The Tehreek-e-Taliban’s new choice for a leader will interfere less with the organization’s umbrella groups and adopt a more hardline approach.
The Jamaat-e-Islami has some explaining to do.