What about Nawaz? The man seems lost. And the longer it goes on, the more lost he seems.
Balochistan is a murky place where murky things happen for murky reasons.
$46bn is 3times the total FDI Pakistan has received from every country in the world put together over the past 8 years.
The PML-N owned the reluctance to respond swiftly to the Saudi demands.
If it weren’t for Raheel and his boys, we’d already be pounding Yemen and preparing to receive body bags.
When everyone has skeletons, they all fear the man with the key.
What’s the endgame here or the exit strategy if things go wrong or the likely MQM and PPP response? Pabulum, all of it.
Just as Lakhvi is being ushered out of his pen, the Afghan Taliban, we are told, are being herded towards the
Senate 2015 will not enter the political lexicon as Changa Manga once did, but it almost did — and for reasons that ...
What is the PML-N if not a party of bored, semi-talented men with small ambitions and big wallets?
Politics — throw it all together — is going through something different.
He’s what Pakistan needs, he’s what Pakistan wants and he’s what Pakistan’s got.
You can even imagine that the bigger and mightier India gets someone here will be thinking...
Pakistan is broken, but it isn’t broken enough to incentivise anyone in power to really fix anything.
Goodbye, crazed, destructive Imran of last August and hello, chastened, reasonable Imran of today?
Much of what was done — or attempted — post-Jan 2002 is being repeated.
Even though Nawaz has lost the meta game, it’s still looking good for him on the civilian side of things.
Peshawar didn’t invent this: Peshawar gave them the excuse.
Why would a civilian government manifestly undermine itself, civilians and democratic structures in response to
The political and military leadership knows it can happen again. It knows it can’t stop it from happening again.