Our political, economic imagination has been stunted by ‘experts’ who claim to be acting on basis of ‘objective’ economic facts.
Majority of Pakistanis are struggling to make ends meet as govt tells us that it is doing all it can do.
Is anyone concerned with the lot of future generations?
Political impasse can only be addressed if redistribution takes centre stage and old order is shaken up.
Is development not supposed to serve the people?
Challenge for those who imagine progressive politics as more than an establishment-centric merry-go-round is how to engage youth.
Rather than fanciful slogans and hateful rhetoric, we need a genuinely anti-imperialist politics that starts at home.
Few believe that people’s collective power can change things.
Russia’s actions must compel us to look inwards.
Things will likely get worse for future generations.
Justice eludes the ethnic peripheries.
Young people must know the truth about our presidents.
Another dark chapter has been added.
One often hears refrain that there is no such thing as caste in Pakistan, this rhetoric is completely out of touch with reality.
Do not expect our ruling class to develop the vision or the will to stop processes through which people will be drawn to the mob.
There is no concern for Baloch protests.
It is a myth that squatters build their homes for free.
Even rivalry on the field reflects political tensions.
Many are disillusioned with the ‘Naya Pakistan’ narrative.
A war-making machine earned the US lots of money.