There is much non-state energy which can be tapped only if it is tamed.
Muhammad Ali Siddiqi
Let the US ask India to send a couple of battalions to Afghanistan.
The recent Knesset decision is the culmination of a process.
Nasim Zehra’s book on the events surrounding the infamous Pakistan-India conflict and the subsequent military coup
HARROWING moments in Calcutta during those nerve-racking 1971 days when the crisis in East Pakistan was at its peak...
At least two US leaders felt helpless as Israel violated peace deals.
Lengthy speeches and demagogic bouts do not necessarily make news.
Scholarly essays trace the networks and influences of jihadi politics between South Asia and the Middle East
Terrorist groups have graduated into full-fledged ‘armies’.
In contrast to Russia, China focused on itself.
The military’s hold over Egypt is so absolute, and its corruption so endemic, its story beggars belief even for readers
In battles or war zones, the Dawn person is aware he/she is serving a paper founded by the man who founded Pakistan.
A former journalist pens a candid and brash autobiography
A biography of Atal Bihari Vajpayee also provides an overview of Indian politics
Politician, lawyer, statesman and author, Pirzada began his public career as secretary of Bombay Muslim League in 1945.
Of bureaucratic intrigues and cultural adventures
A useful work for scholars on the Jamaat-i-Islami and its trajectory
To judge stature of a personality, it is...
To judge stature of a personality, it is important to know what the adversaries and
One man’s recollection of the horrific journey from East to West Pakistan in the immediate aftermath of the 1971 debacle