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Musharraf is not the bogeyman.
Finally an opportunity for Pakistan to end its regional isolation.
A ban on exhibiting Indian cinema in Pakistan will hurt only Pakistanis.
In praise of Murad Ali Shah.
Islamabad has a shameful habit of forgetting its past.
How effective was Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali’s tenure in the Supreme Court of Pakistan?
Could Pakistan and India be heading for yet another conflict?
The end to PTI’s boycott suggests a change in the party’s Panama Papers strategy.
Targeting minorities in the holy month of Rabiul Awwal.
Pakistanis in the U.K. often adopt more hardline stances than their Muslim brethren in the homeland.
Is Pakistan actually sheltering the militant group on its soil?
Remembering the many talents of the singer-turned-evangelist.
The world’s tilt toward the right-wing started in the East and spread to the West.
Pakistan should beware the normalization of militant groups.
Comments at the Heart of Asia-Istanbul conference are yet another indicator of Pakistan’s growing international isolation.
Pakistan has a lawmaking problem.
Pakistan has lost as much as the PPP through the political party’s systematic suppression.
Pakistan must adopt a pragmatic approach to its policy-making.
The late Cuban leader is the rare figure to elicit praise from both the right- and leftwing.
Normalization of relations between Pakistan and India is required for discussion of water issues.