Sartaj Aziz’s statement that Pakistan can buy its fighter planes from elsewhere is pulling on a delicate thread.
There is no shortage of ways for powerful people to acquire ill-gotten wealth in this country.
The fact is Zardari did recover and so will Sharif. And they both know it. Hence the smug confidence.
The cost of doing politics in Pakistan has risen very sharply since the transition to civilian rule in 1988.
What is left is the endgame, and this is the trickiest part of the entire operation.
Why does terrorism seem so much more frightening today than it did back then?
There is a tendency amongst some of us to get so carried away by our anger that we are willing to hurl any accusation at
There are reasons to believe that the changes we are seeing on the surface have deeper roots.
Having executed Qadri, the government has taken a step from which there is no turning back.
Small, scalable schemes are either viewed through the lens of patronage, or bulldozed aside.
Whenever we are offered material support from a powerful and wealthy country, it is a good idea to evaluate the ...
Employee costs are not the biggest problem at PIA and workers are being unfairly blamed.
Shoaib Shaikh was the ultimate salesman, and today he finds himself making the most important sale of his life.
PIA’s losses have risen to match the levels of the circular debt, and they may well cripple the carrier altogether.
Any deal cut by any government immediately attracts allegations of corruption.
Why did SPP Zahid Jamil, who pursued the case with visible vigour, suddenly dissociate himself from proceedings?
It’s an age-old dilemma: the national flag carrier can only be sold if it shows some sign of recovery but why sell if it
The trade deficit has improved this year by almost $1.3bn. But almost all of this is accounted for by the drop in oil.
Next to the commitments that were made, the deliverables pointed to by the mission chief appear downright puny.
To reap the full benefits of CPEC, risks will need to be well-managed, says IMF report.