Expressions of fear that reforms would hurt the people are a ruse to protect elite interests.
While there may be reforms, progress and prosperity under authoritarian regimes, these do not last long.
Transforming an antiquated and complacent bureaucracy into a force capable of excellence in service delivery will not be an easy
A once thriving industrial sector was thrown off track by Bhutto’s nationalisation policies. Dr Ishrat Hussain asserts that only
Despite bitter political rivalries, Bangladesh has been able to forge ahead. How did this happen?
The structural impediments that have kept the province at a disadvantage can be offset by proactive, strategic interventions.
Climate change is in fact a major opportunity for promoting sustainable economic growth.
Journalists should be allowed to work freely as Pakistan's weak investor sentiment can't bear burden of an avalanche of fake news.
Despite transgressions committed by the Taliban in their earlier regime, ordinary Afghans had no trust in successive Afghan govts.
To contextualise the present, one must look back and understand the past. Eos presents
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Public-sector institutions must be revitalised for the incoming government to fulfil its promises.
The economy requires intensive care and can be resuscitated only by combined efforts.
Top-down driven, whimsical and ad hoc policies have done much damage to the economy.
There are few incentives for highly educated youth to return home and apply their expertise here.
Our relationships with our neighbours should be determined by economic interests rather than politics.
The Chinese have voiced concerns regarding negative CPEC talk, security and red tape.
Convoluted policies have damaged the competitiveness of Pakistani exports.
CPEC provides a chance to improve our institutions of governance.
Six areas need careful consideration if we are to maximise CPEC’s benefits.
It is possible to prepare an estimate of the additional burden on our external payments’ capacity.