While the threat of international sanctions remains a key concern for Pakistan, it doesn't preclude Pak-Iran economic cooperation.
None of Pakistan’s international law obligations preclude the country from purchasing essentials from Russia.
Western powers have developed novel ways to justify intervention and bring about regime change.
Public-private cooperation on the vaccine can address many issues.
The dossier’s contents are a damning indictment of India’s role.
Pakistan cannot afford to neglect its refugee population.
There are serious questions regarding India’s naval incursion.
Even while suppressing Kashmiris, India has projected their struggle as an ‘extremist’ phenomenon.
Unlike diplomatic agents like ambassadors, consular agents are not entitled to absolute immunity.
The Foreign Office must do more to ensure Pakistanis’ rights, abroad and at home.
Public sentiment reflects the view that US officials stationed in Pakistan have little respect for domestic laws.
Historically, relations between Pakistan and Iran have at best remained lukewarm.
Recent steps taken by the US seem to signal an end to its ‘persona’ as an advocate of international law.
Mattis is tone-deaf to regional realities.
Pakistan must proactively reach out to Iran.
Terrorism is an elusive concept under international law.
Any cross-border attack by Iran into Pakistan would be a violation of international law.
Pakistan is well within its rights to try and sentence Jadhav under its domestic laws for espionage.
A democratic state must always balance most carefully its needs for security with its need for liberty.
We share the US’ chequered history of treating refugees and immigrants unfairly.