Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Pakistan have all been disasters for Obama.
Ashraf Jehangir Qazi
It appears the release of the Abbottabad Commission report has become victim of political games.
Pakistan cannot control and contain the longer-term consequences of hostile ties with India.
Fidel Castro has left an indelible impression on the imagination of the youth all over the world.
Guterres has demonstrated those rare qualities of heart and mind that he will need as he takes up his new challenge.
A bold policy statement by the PM might signal a departure from our pathetic leadership norms.
Unfortunately, Pakistan has never cared to develop a longer-term policy or strategy towards Kashmir.
Turkey, unlike Pakistan, has a leader who can in a crisis summon the people, including his political opponents.
The truth is Muslims do not hate America or its people. What they do hate are its policies.
As Donald Trump is more hot air than substance he may be the less menacing prospect.
It cannot be that our Constitution cannot provide remedies to its subversion by crooked leaders.
The prime minister appears to have overlooked the fact that the burden of proof does not lie on his critics.
The Panama outcome will be of national consequence for the people of Pakistan.
If we set our ties with India in the context of people’s interests and dreams, our policy options will multiply.
How can the Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue be saved from the sterility of past negotiations?
Public opinion can be capricious and inconsistent as a report on governance shows.
There are many Afghans who believe the Taliban will have to be included in a ‘transition’ process.
In Pakistan, extractive elites survive on diverting attention away from root causes of social injustice.
Leaders in India and Pakistan lack a mutually acceptable vision of relations with each other.
As things stand now, there are no short-cuts or pain-free options before the PTI chief.