While the military’s presence ensures political peace in the public sphere, it seems to encourage violence in the
The stress of state scrutiny further exacerbates instances of abuse within minority communities.
It is easy to forget the private and the personal dimensions of a war that is everywhere and nowhere, all at the same
Pakistani society lacks the moral vocabulary to talk about the issue of child sexual abuse.
Nisid Hajari writes a fast-paced albeit unbalanced account of the Partition
The challenge of terrorism requires analysing the societies and moral narratives that have failed.
The curse of terror is not only the dead children, the dread of crowded places, or the lingering fear of the belted
Delineating friend from enemy is very difficult in Yemen’s case.
The end of that first Ramazan was joyous as Pakistan was created and Eid came close on the heels of the country’s birth.
India-held Kashmir, like other contested areas of the subcontinent, seems today a place without hope.
Sex selective abortions happening at a higher rate in Pakistan than other countries.
Not only have European countries ignored the cruel conditions faced by refugees and migrants,...
The frivolity implied in decisions made and then overturned is unbecoming of a government that ...
All the world is quick to sing the praises of education for all.
Lawmakers who are proud to talk of the need for women’s welfare and the importance of their uplift have shown ...
Whether it is the Taliban in Bamiyan or IS in Palmyra, the wilful destruction of history has become a self-destructive
Uprooting hatred can seem a daunting task for Pakistanis in these times, but all journeys begin with a single step.
Within the American psyche, the killing of Osama bin Laden has represented a golden moment.
Just like Karachi's streets bear the brunt of the nation’s war; so too, will they bear the weight of the nation’s want.
Is it easier to blow up a school when one has never been to school, when one believes knowledge to be inaccessible to