'Democratic politics' in Pakistan has become the name of stealing from the people in billions.
Ashraf Jehangir Qazi
The basis for the disqualification of the PM may have been narrow but it was legally sufficient.
The choice on offer, while not ideal, should still be clear enough.
If the Panama verdict is seen to be fair, the credit will in large part belong to one man: Imran Khan.
When a ‘democracy’ has been reduced to a criminal farce, legal niceties will be seen as insensitive & irrelevant.
Our diplomats will continue to gallantly shoulder the inevitable blame.
Sacred cows are no part of patriotism.
The clock today shows two-and-a-half minutes to midnight. And the countdown continues.
Can Erdogan now become the leader who implements a reconciliatory strategy?
Our leaders are focusing on the person of Haqqani rather than the real tragedy of Abbottabad itself.
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya and Pakistan have all been disasters for Obama.
It appears the release of the Abbottabad Commission report has become victim of political games.
Pakistan cannot control and contain the longer-term consequences of hostile ties with India.
Fidel Castro has left an indelible impression on the imagination of the youth all over the world.
Guterres has demonstrated those rare qualities of heart and mind that he will need as he takes up his new challenge.
A bold policy statement by the PM might signal a departure from our pathetic leadership norms.
Unfortunately, Pakistan has never cared to develop a longer-term policy or strategy towards Kashmir.
Turkey, unlike Pakistan, has a leader who can in a crisis summon the people, including his political opponents.
The truth is Muslims do not hate America or its people. What they do hate are its policies.
As Donald Trump is more hot air than substance he may be the less menacing prospect.