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Elements of the ‘deep state’ could threaten the very existence of Pakistan.
Pakistan is not politically stable enough to tackle the ever-growing power of the country’s madrassas.
P.M. Nawaz Sharif’s assurances to Pakistan’s religious minorities are a laudable gesture.
‘Disappearing’ activists only betrays the weakness of the state.
Pakistan’s war on liberal thought has claimed five more victims.
Kabul’s plan to offer ‘safe zones’ for Afghan Taliban is unlikely to succeed.
The retired military commander’s new job may prove disastrous for Pak-Iran bilateral ties.
Why Pakistan’s lawmakers want to throttle local body governments.
Remembering the legacy of famed Bollywood thespian Om Puri.
The rise of reactive terrorism in Pakistan.
Despite an overall reduction in violent deaths, Pakistan remains a victim of brutal atrocities.
Once hailed as the only national party, the PPP is out of options.
Masood Azhar, asset or liability?
How it is likely to play out for Pakistan.
Is Zardari trying to have it both ways?
The PPP’s craven kowtowing to religious parties over bill on forced conversions reveals its view of human rights as political tool.
No one online is immune to reading, and buying into, false news.
Islamabad’s religious fundamentalists do not appreciate the idea of a ‘secular and liberal’ country.
The U.N.’s resolution on illegal Israeli settlements in Palestine is long overdue.
The PPP’s top political strategist could help usher in reconciliation with the PMLN.