Creating nations out of hatred is not wise, but in Scotland as much as in Pak, higher political involvement is a win.
It's true that Pakistan is 'a country in a hurry to go nowhere'. False promises and false revolutions never tire us.
What will be the lessons learned from the Azadi March by the next generation of populist agitators?
The people of India are still struggling to decipher whether PM Modi is a perception or a reality ... or both.
We are having all the wrong discussions, and then have the audacity to ask why we're not seeing progress.
We must first get to a place where the only way to change a government is through a legitimate constitutional process.
A party that could have been a force for change is now battered. Lines have been crossed, and the divide is deeper.
Can Mighty Khan and Molvi Sahab please accept the package and move on?
There are political fighters everywhere, but hardly any Pakistanis condemning this tragedy in its entirety.
The founder of Naya Pakistan calls it human nature to be political, but I'm not allowed by his troops to express myself?
The trajectory of civil-military ties will remain dialectical - push and pull.
The scenarios that are being painted on how the crisis will unravel are unsettling, to say the least.
Is it okay to want to deny others their rights because one doesn’t agree with the outcome of an election?
If you argue the whole system is corrupt and needs to be removed, please stop thumping your chest about democracy.
It's amusing that the very people whose land happens to be the issue, are treated by India as non-party to the dispute.
This last week has compelled the more sensitive PTI supporters to think that perhaps, our expectations were premature.
What matters more right now? Not derailing democracy, or not allowing another corrupt government to take us for a ride.
When it comes to the economy, we need a leader willing to go beyond the incremental steps and take a quantum leap.
There is an aftermath to the deceptively simple act of coup making.
What Imran advocates right now is rebellion against the Pakistani state itself.
Those hoping for a clear-cut solution are stuck in the past and need to update their fetishes to include technocrats.