Modi’s BJP Pulls Out of India-administered Kashmir Government
U.K. Marks Anniversary of London Mosque Terror Attack
Cruel and Unusual
U.S., South Korea Confirm Suspending Military Drills
Afghanistan’s Ceasefire Celebrations Raise Hopes for Peace
‘Worrying’ New Focus on Nuclear Deterrence
Pakistan is getting ready to turn the screws on NGOs. This will serve no one.
The Council of Islamic Ideology’s latest shame.
The attack on Raza Rumi and the divided house of Pakistani media.
Welcome to the era of interactive complexity.
The nightmare of military commanders.
A regional storm is brewing, and Pakistan could well be at its center.
A wary Bangladeshi’s visit to a familiarly foreign land yields pleasant surprises.
Pakistan must privatize state-run companies.
Peace talks with the Taliban or a military operation targeting them are merely two of the many options available to Pakistan’s government.
Should ‘The Express Tribune’ shut down?
Reviewing Pakistan’s new security paradigm.
The killing of 23 FC soldiers by the Tehreek-e-Taliban (Mohmand Agency) has raised many questions.
The Pakistani Taliban’s strategy of indirect approach.
The militants want to drag on the ‘peace’ talks process.
Islamabad has another go at peace talks.
How do the ‘peace’ talks work?
A heart surgeon weighs in on Musharraf’s ticker trouble.
To be effective, a state must strike a balance between vigilance and prying.
Waking up the government from its slumber.
The time for pro forma condemnations and slogans is up.