Muhammad Ali Siddiqi
Israeli democracy openly flaunts its ethnic prejudices.
Excavating archival documents and maps, a recent book offers a wealth of source material on Afghanistan’s fraught relationship...
Despite being persecuted, the Jews emerged powerful.
ON the very day they met for their crucial summit meeting where the two agreed to “re-engage and de-escalate...
There is one Jewish state but two Zionist governments.
An in-depth study examines the relationship between China, Iran and Pakistan, the impact of whose cooperation goes beyond
Over a century ago, Britain paved the way for the Gaza killings.
The memoirs of Pakistan’s fourth governor general and first president, who died in exile, seek to present his version of history
Assuring Israel of US support was a useless reiteration.
Though he died 75 years ago, Jinnah’s qualities will not be forgotten.
Shahid Javed Burki’s latest book is a cornucopia of Pakistan’s geopolitical history and foresees a bright future for the country
The sixth instalment of picking books from a personal library worth re-reading…
Will the Arabs reduce themselves to a life under Pax Zionica?
A revised and enlarged second edition of a book looks at the reasons why federalism has been a feature of each of the country’s...
For inexplicable reasons, scholars seem to have completely ignored an important Sindh Muslim League resolution...
Insurgencies don’t always undermine economic progress.
Muslim generosity towards the Jews wasn’t confined to the Arabs.
THUCYDIDES, the Greek philosopher, predicated more than two millennia ago that a rising power was destined to clash...
THERE was more to the Middle East than the 2022 football World Cup in gas-rich Qatar — the first Arab state to host the mega event
The nizams never forgot they were governors and not kings.