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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should be lauded for letting go of his personal animosity toward Pervez Musharraf.
Pakistan’s clergy is ramping up protests to retain its waning influence on Islamabad.
The growing rift within the MQM will likely benefit Pakistan in the long run.
Storytelling and the history we share.
Mumtaz Qadri’s defense relies solely on logical fallacies and ill-conceived passion.
Training students to fend for themselves in case of a terrorist attack is not the answer.
The Bacha Khan University inquiry report makes a case for treating educational institu-tions as security installations.
Putting NAP (and criticism) in perspective.
How can the state counter attackers whose sole goal is to inflict maximum damage before they die?
No amount of intelligence-based military operations can stop every single terror attack.
Islamabad must let Tehran and Riyadh know it is not acting on either’s behalf.
Pakistan and India must cooperate to tackle non-state actors that hurt both states.
Narendra Modi’s Lahore visit is unlikely to resolve anything.
Islamabad needs space for broader engagement with all its neighbors.
The Heart of Asia conference could make-or-break ties between Islamabad and Kabul.
Pakistan needs more women at leadership positions at all levels of government.
The global community must revise its policy on combating Islamic State forces in Syria.
The I.S.-claimed attacks in Paris have already served their true purpose.
France has promised a ‘merciless’ response to I.S. attacks in Paris, but is it prepared for what that entails?
There is more than one party at fault for the brutal attacks in Paris.