Amnesty Accuses Myanmar of Imposing ‘Apartheid’ on Rohingya
U.S. Sues to Block $85bn AT&T-Time Warner Merger
U.S. Hits ‘Taliban Where it Hurts’
Caitlan Coleman Details Haqqani Network Brutality
Growing Anger in Islamabad
Twenty Killed as Truck Topples Onto Van in Pakistan
Charles Manson Dies at 83
Pakistan’s civil-military divide as viewed through the mind of a military officer
By rejecting a notification issued by the Prime Minister’s Office, the Army has proven the civil-military divide initially reported by ‘Dawn’
Pakistan’s media is helping in the country’s international isolation
The international community has few options if it ever decides to tackle India’s treatment of Kashmiris
The military should show the former Pakistani Taliban spokesman for the animal he is, not a reformed asset
Former Pakistani Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan’s confession raises more questions than it answers
Moscow may prove as unpredictable an ally for Islamabad as Washington
Islamabad must resist Riyadh’s pressure to turn its back on Tehran
Requiring ritual without sincerity does not produce sadiq and ameen lawmakers
The Supreme Court verdict in the Panama Papers case has irrevocably damaged the Sharif brand
The Panama Papers case is far from over
The radicalization of Pakistani women begins at home
The brutal events in Mardan should not surprise us too much
The rise of strongmen
Mashal Khan, another nail in the state’s coffin
The Pakistan-India spy wars
Global acclaim for Malala Yousafzai means little to the rightwing ideology embedded in Pakistan.
Will the Karachi dacoit’s revelations hurt Pak-Iran ties?
In India, as in Pakistan, there is growing debate on the merits of English as the medium of education.
Are democratic Muslim states doomed to suffer from rising religious intolerance?