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Pakistan’s pro forma Kashmir policy must change to combat India’s framing of the struggle as a purely internal problem.
A survey claiming Nawaz Sharif is more popular than Imran Khan has PTI supporters in an uproar.
Imran Khan’s view of a potential travel ban on Pakistanis is horribly misguided.
Baba Ladla’s killing only removes one of the many criminals plaguing Karachi.
The failure of Pakistan’s judiciary.
Is Islamabad sincere in its actions against the militant commander?
Pakistan can no longer afford to indulge the workers of its Steel Mills.
A democratic, rules-based society cannot function by silencing debate.
Prompted by their political leaders, Pakistanis are more likely to hurl insults at each other than engage in civil communications.
Roads and transport services are an essential precursor to societal progress.
Islamabad must revisit and revise its current policy on land allocations to senior military officials.
Pakistan and India cannot afford to ramp up their defense spending.
Pakistan must not rush to abandon an America led by Donald Trump.
Elements of Pakistan’s state might be working to win over terrorists rather than target them for elimination.
Will China replace a Trump-led U.S. as the world’s leading superpower?
Foreign funding for terrorism in Pakistan could be a reaction to Islamabad’s proxy jihad.
A new draft law is worthless if the government doesn’t have the muscle to enforce it.
Despite a push-back in the West, no Muslim state will seriously consider a ban on the face veil.
The perils of marginalizing moderate Muslims.
Pakistan must be willing to adopt a flexible approach to bilateral ties with India.