To make Pakistan a prime investment destination, the government must address two critical challenges.
Prospects of arms control in South Asia have been retarded by the discriminatory restraints on Pakistan.
India’s Western patrons point fingers at Pakistan’s defensive responses rather than the Indian military expansion.
The debacle on the west is intimately related to the disturbing developments in the east.
Normalisation between Pakistan and India can be achieved only if Pakistan pursues an equal relationship.
As the country emerges from isolation, an opportunity presents itself to create a regional security structure.
Today, European complacency has been replaced by doubt and discord.
There are a number of global issues where cooperation is essential between the two leading powers.
India is frustrated that Pakistan has not wilted under the pressure New Delhi hoped to generate.
Despite the disappointments, peace can be realised in Afghanistan.
The erosion of Pakistan’s relations with Saudi Arabia will weaken, not enhance, our leverage with Iran.
There is no reason why we should not realise the ambitious vision outlined during President Xi’s visit.
The world should be made to understand why Pakistan remains ‘obsessed’ with India.
Recent positive developments do not mean the Great Game involving Afghanistan is over.
The peaceful resolution of the Iranian nuclear issue would be a major achievement for President Obama.
The Indian prime minister will be unable to pummel Pakistan into accepting its regional domination.
The frequent abuse of the veto by some of the P5 needs to be neutralised.
Thanks to the US ‘strategic umbrella’, India has adopted a more robust posture towards China.
The basic rationale for radicalism has been provided by the suppression of Muslims.
Pakistan will have to defeat India’s secret war against Pakistan if it is to defeat the TTP.