Many may conclude that Britain is just as bad as Pakistan.
Even dictators have found it difficult to suppress dissent.
Very many people in America — Democrats and Republicans — are armed.
Many Pakistanis think that China will treat them better than the US.
PM Khan is a living embodiment of all these contradictions.
The rich and powerful may go to jail but not because they’ve broken the law.
America’s wound will remain raw and open for years to come.
It’s been widely assumed that China was always going to secure the most benefits.
Modi seems even less likely than his predecessors to do a deal.
Questions remain about Murtaza Bhutto’s role in the 1981 hijacking.
Some elements didn’t think Benazir was committed to the nuclear programme.
The only way civilian govts will improve is when they are allowed to fail and then be punished for it at the ballot box.
There is scepticism in the UK’s minority communities.
The nationalists might want to reflect on some paradoxes.
Until recently, Traditionalism was an obscure set of beliefs.
Narratives are extraordinarily durable.
Inequality is only part of the explanation.
‘I don’t want to hear back from you until you have had a nice dinner with a nice woman,’ she wrote.
Why are British Indians wielding more power than British Pakistanis?
Pakistan has been silent on the mistreatment of Uighurs.