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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.
Pakistan fell short on some issues during the talks, but appears to have squeezed in its major concerns.
Questions on the controversial tribunals’ necessity persist.
Pakistan’s military courts support the state’s struggle for survival.
Islamabad and Washington have a lot to discuss before they can arrive at any potential nuclear deal.
A country lurching right.
Does ornithology really determine Pakistan’s Gulf policy?
Pakistan should not gloat over the rise of extremist incidents in its neighboring nation.
Privatization isn’t the panacea.
Our transportation apartheid.
Pakistan’s economic disconnect.
The logic behind the MQM’s supplication.
The Taliban’s attack on an airbase near Peshawar highlights positive and negative indicators of the military’s war on extremists.