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Sympathy and faith work in Imran Khan’s favor.
Why haven’t Imran Khan or Nawaz Sharif wooed the Shia vote?
Four million Ahmadi voters can change the game.
Why I’m voting for Nawaz Sharif.
A deliciously awkward—and very special—relationship.
America must now wallow in fear or self-pity.
Attacks on Pakistani schools have emboldened students and teachers alike.
Rent by infighting, the electoral prospects of Khan’s PTI dim.
Learning the hard lessons from a dozen years of war.
An Islamist dictator’s impious deeds cast a pall over Pakistan’s elections.
In Bangladesh, a pitched battle between secularism and religious forces.
The president needs to charm Israelis—but also scare them.
Schooling girls is, of course, imperative.
Benazir Bhutto’s friend recalls the assassinated former prime minister.
The release of Malik Ishaq, a highly-connected terrorist, speaks well for no one.
Salmaan Taseer’s assassination changes everything.
Taseer’s sacrifice is demeaned by his party’s denial.
Three years after Liaquat Bagh, the assassinated former Pakistani prime minister’s friend remembers Benazir Bhutto.
The rights activist is bigger than her latest win.
Wanted: Less carping, more carpe diem.