The word ‘nuclear’ hardly ever came up during the Pulwama crisis.
Pakistan and India must agree on steps to manage crises.
By focusing only on north-south axis will boost the GDP between $6-24bn over the next 30 years.
The choice of Balakot seems to have been influenced by Uri.
IMF money means nothing if we don’t get real.
Public schools produced the crème of Pakistan. What happened?
Taskforces fill a gaping hole in the policymaking machinery.
The stars exist, but their efforts are drowned out in a sea of incompetence.
Was the U-turn comment an admission?
Pakistan and the US must cooperate on Afghanistan.
Ties with India must be rejigged.
Regional events may have opened up space to break the logjam.
Khan should rule Pakistan as a last-term prime minister.
It won’t be an easy ride when it comes to America.
The Pak-US disconnect is not a case of plain misspeak.
The system favours those playing the politics of patronage.
The National Internal Security Policy captures key constraints.
Here is a classic example of individual whims trumping institutions.
The revival of nuclear competition is disquieting.
The spirit of devolution has not been followed.