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There is no denying the effectiveness of the controversial U.S. strikes
New signs of unity within the PMLN could help the party survive attempts to splinter it
Discipline, not endless agitation, is the path to economic stability
Pakistan must ensure the militant group has no space anywhere within its territory
History proves that economic security must precede hard security
Was the military chief indirectly backing the opposition in his recent speech on Pakistan’s economy?
What was Muhammad Safdar Awan’s motivation for attacking the persecuted Ahmadi community?
Finding conspiracies in Pakistan and Afghanistan
Pakistan must not forget its lessons from the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the U.S.
Could overtures of peace by retired military officers suggest a softening of ties between Pakistan and India?
The PMLN could soon see a wave of defections as some members seek to stay on the ‘right’ side of the establishment
Strained consensus over altering the legislation governing the anti-corruption agency
The PMLN appears ready to take on all comers—but with some holdouts within the party
The Rangers were in the wrong in Islamabad and must be held accountable for acting against the very minister they are answerable to
Extremist groups’ attempt to enter politics in Pakistan may have ended before it could even begin
Trade, not conflict, should be the key plank of Pakistan’s strategic vision
Let’s have a viable Kashmir policy that places Kashmiris center-stage
What led to ousted premier Nawaz Sharif’s return to Pakistan?
Pakistan and India’s war of words at the U.N. only appeased audiences at home
There is no denying that Pakistan must set its own house in order