Zarrar Khuhro

A cold peace?

A cold peace?

We have no way of knowing how long the ceasefire will last. Updated 01 Mar, 2021 08:32am
Signs of the Times

Signs of the Times

What is it about this mask that appeals to such diverse groups? Published 15 Feb, 2021 06:59am
The war comes home

The war comes home

The Capitol riots included several former members of the US military. Published 18 Jan, 2021 07:25am
Money talks

Money talks

The US will lose its coveted ‘number one’ slot. Published 04 Jan, 2021 07:54am
China syndrome

China syndrome

What started as a pivot is now a full-blown containment strategy. Updated 21 Dec, 2020 08:12am
‘Liar Liar’

‘Liar Liar’

Twitter will have its work cut out for it if it is not just flagging new tweets but also going through old ones. Updated 07 Dec, 2020 09:01am
What’s in a name?

What’s in a name?

The Americans hit the French where it really hurts: their famed cuisine. Updated 09 Nov, 2020 04:01pm
Insane or inane?

Insane or inane?

When names are named, one really can’t report it. Updated 26 Oct, 2020 08:36am
Strange alliances

Strange alliances

Tel Aviv has painstakingly built up its ties with Azerbaijan. Updated 12 Oct, 2020 08:23am
Tuning in

Tuning in

Humanity is literally wired for music. Published 28 Sep, 2020 07:40am
Talking Turkey

Talking Turkey

The UAE and Turkey are confronting each other in a variety of theatres. Updated 14 Sep, 2020 04:36pm
Enemy within

Enemy within

What if they had been professionally trained? Updated 31 Aug, 2020 08:53am
Fait accompli

Fait accompli

The UAE-Israel deal was hardly a surprise. Updated 17 Aug, 2020 11:45am
The lukewarm war

The lukewarm war

America’s belligerent attitude has pushed Iran into the Chinese orbit. Updated 20 Jul, 2020 09:19am
Ages of anxiety

Ages of anxiety

Ancient Mesopotamians knew this syndrome well. Published 06 Jul, 2020 07:44am
Mask on, mask off

Mask on, mask off

We can always do what we do best: remain in denial. Published 08 Jun, 2020 07:00am
When stigma sticks

When stigma sticks

Naming a disease in the ‘old’ manner almost always led to stigma. Published 11 May, 2020 05:16am
Permanent plague

Permanent plague

Surveillance is rarely scaled back. Published 13 Apr, 2020 06:04am