Who Will Lead?
Explosion at Mosque in Quetta
British P.M. May Announces Resignation
Pakistani Who Taught ‘American Taliban’ Hails His Release
Terror Accused Wins Indian Parliament Seat
Militant Linked to Al Qaeda Killed in India-Occupied Kashmir
Washington Mulls Duties on Nations With Undervalued Currency
Assuming control of political dynasties, women have overcome entrenched misogyny to emerge as leaders in conservative states
The history of Iran is that of two nations—the one before the Revolution, and the one that came about after it
The Asghar Khan case still has lessons to teach Pakistan
How we got here and how we should move forward
The Kartarpur corridor contains the seeds of more inclusive, people-oriented development in Pakistan and across South Asia
For Peshawar’s Bomb Disposal Unit, the war on militancy lives on
Journalist Nasim Zehra rounds up the key backers of the Kargil war in an extraordinary tell-all
Tracing the origins and accomplishments of the marginalized community
Glacial-Lake Outburst Floods pose a serious threat for residents of Pakistan’s northern areas
P.M.-elect Imran Khan promised sweeping reforms on the campaign trail. Will he be able to deliver?
Two years ago, Khadija Siddiqui survived a brutal assault in Lahore. Her battle for justice has only just begun
For over two decades, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has lashed out at incumbent governments. The PTI may well be the first political party to reverse this trend
Ahead of the polls on July 25, a look at the various factors at play in this year’s general elections
Khawar Qureshi QC on life as a leading U.K. Queen’s Counsel and the ‘Jadhav’ spy case
Distinguished diplomat Jamsheed Marker was truly one of a kind
Asma Jahangir was tough against the toughest odds—a champion of the downtrodden who refused to bow to power
In caving to the demands of a few thousand rightwing protesters, Pakistan’s politicians have relinquished their right to govern. How did this happen and what comes next?
Inside Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif’s not-so-secret weapon for public sector reform
A new book about Pakistan’s nuclear program offers some answers but also raises some uncomfortable questions
Are Pakistan’s lawyers completely out of order?