The approach of sacrificing the freedom of its citizens under the guise of protecting their security is disturbing.
While the govt and citizens are justified in their reaction to spying, their protests are unlikely to change anything.
The chaos over ‘Innocence of Muslims’ has long since died. The struggle for lifting the YouTube ban, however, continues.
President Obama continues to argue that the use of drones was and still remains both legal and effective.
The types of pre-election inquiries occurring in Pakistan violate the right of the voter to independently select a candidate.
This election has been significant because of the overwhelming increase in turnout, making 2012 a historic year for the American voter.
While the voting pattern of Pakistani-Americans remains largely unstudied, one can discover a complex array of political beliefs held amongst this group.
"Right now its Muslims they are after, but in World War II it was Japanese they were after, in the 19th Century it was Chinese and before that it was Native Americans.”
Perhaps the most striking thing about the DHS report is how much the white supremacists and Islamic militants share in common.
The Supreme Court’s restraint in dealing with PM Ashraf displays a potential for the judiciary acting in collaboration with elected officials, rather than against them.
While a US allows citizens of foreign nations to sue for damages or compensation, the act’s application to Pakistan remains unlikely.
Rather than shutting the base down as promised, the Obama has solidified the future of military commissions at the prison.
The absence of divergence in opinion is striking, given the legally complex and controversial issues confronted by Pakistan’s judiciary in its recent history.
There is a need for a new legislation, which can systematically address discrimination and provide remedies for affected minorities.
Pakistan should reconsider its judicial appointment system in favor of a process that includes the wisdom of the Court and the transparency of the Parliament.
It may take the US several generations to realise the error in attempting to manipulate the law in order to justify illegal military oppression.
Neither the court nor the prime minister have delivered a death blow to the other, signaling the continuation of the PPP-Judiciary battle.
In Pakistan when a minority is converted to Islam, they could likely develop Stockholm Syndrome and embrace their new faith as an instinct to survive in a brutal society.
The Supreme Court should not spend any of its precious time evaluating Bilawal Bhutto’s speech.
When asked if she could forgive, she replied “We would like to forgive, but we would just like to know who to forgive.”