With the US and Pakistan both in Saudi Arabia’s figurative pocket, King Salman is likely set to rule much of the world.
Was 'King' Abdullah really a "peacekeeper" and “a strong advocate for women”?
This time, the overthrow has not only been bloodless, it has also, to an extent, been consensual.
Where were our politicians when Army Public School reopened?
The only reason Imran has been able to maintain the momentum is because the government keeps adding fuel to the fire.
Their disappointment with governance will never end until our middle classes start being upfront about what they want.
And elect the Bengalis did. Not one, not two but a whole house full of elected traitors! Yahya could never accept that.
The 'Bengali problem' had already arisen in 1947, when the ruling elite found it hard to digest Bengali majority.
Both the government and the TV channels are guilty of multiple violations.
As Imran Khan comes to shut down the heart of Punjab, the reception he gets will depend on a number of factors.
‘I know haters will hate but sticks and stones may break Metro Buses but not words,’ said the prime minister.
It is no secret that 'Kaptaan Khan' often ends up putting his party in awkward positions. And he may do it again.
Both governments are relatively new into their terms. This is the perfect opportunity to work towards a durable peace.
This Sunday's Revolution is the day for the final battle, when Liu Kang meets Shao Khan for the final Mortal Kombat.
Holding politicians to the same standard as Pacman is literally the very least we should do.
The world has moved on, and Jamaat-i-Islami, still stuck in the past, doesn’t want to.
As winds of 'change' arrive in Sindh, Imran Khan must prepare to be more clear on several issues if he wants to succeed.
Imran should read up on Sindh's political struggles before suggesting Sindhis are devoid of any political sense.
The current deadlock is a case of game theory where the rewards are higher if both parties defect rather than cooperate.
Room for improvement in the Pakistan Foreign Service lies in the amount of trust we are willing to put in our diplomats.
On this day, Bhutto was arrested by Ayub Khan's regime. At that time, PPP was very different from the PPP of today.