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Islamabad has to consider multiple dimensions before picking a side in the Saudi-led coalition’s airstrikes on Iran-backed rebels in Yemen.
Pakistan should view capital punishment with the seriousness it deserves.
Becoming a part of a Saudi-led coalition will be stupidity at its most stupid.
The Pakistan Day parade is a good move, but the military still has a lot of work to do.
The takeaway from the Indian foreign secretary’s Islamabad visit.
Wrongfully sentenced to death at 14, Shafqat Hussain’s hanging must be stopped.
International Women’s Day, a reminder of what has been achieved and what remains.
Why is Pakistan so upset with Obama’s India visit?
Following coup in Southeast Asian nation, analysts predict Washington will keep generals at distance but won’t let them ally with China.
There’s a chance the blasphemy laws may be reformed.
Violence in war-torn countries is harder to understand by Western world, according to analysts.
Military courts are a foregone conclusion. This makes debating them even more important.
We must take ownership of our country.
Peshawar will make the military less divided.
With Fazlullah, Pakistan is being taught a ‘lesson.’
An argument against military courts.
Pakistan cannot afford to be fully utilitarian, nor completely idealistic when dealing with the Taliban threat.
The government has yet to devise an effective counter-terrorism policy despite multiple attempts at formulating a comprehensive strategy.
The government should use the fear and anger generated by the Taliban attack in Peshawar to take actions it found difficult in the absence of tragedy.
Pakistan has woken up to the danger within, but it has a long fight ahead of it.