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Or how to lose friends and make enemies.
Pakistan and India are both missing the big picture.
The maltreatment of Pakistan’s elected leaders.
Old insecurities should not hamper regional trade.
Parliamentarians—men or women—can’t expect to have their cake and eat it, too.
Plain stupidity versus realism.
The holy month of fasting is upon us.
Pakistan’s foreign policy snafus.
India’s recent statement on Pathankot is still worrying.
Pakistan can’t make progress unless it changes its external-security outlook.
The Council of Islamic Ideology is wildly out of sync with the rest of Pakistan.
Warlike elements are pushing Pakistan to isolationist extremes.
What is the military planning on doing to restore the sovereignty of Pakistan?
Pakistan: South Asia’s angry young man.
The Council of Islamic Ideology’s proposals violate Pakistan’s Constitution.
Mullah Mansour’s successor won’t go for talks.
When will Pakistan get a grip on its education crisis?
Pakistan’s overblown fears of an India-Iran economic relationship.
More isolation is coming our way.
Passions continue to blind Pakistan’s way forward.