Pakistan feels the heat of the conflict, mainly in terms of how to adopt a neutral position.
Muhammad Amir Rana
Terrorist attacks this year decreased by 11 per cent as compared to 2018.
Beijing has established Islamic centres to prepare imams for preaching the ‘Chinese version’ of religion.
One can observe that at every policy forum, the talk of student unions is taboo.
The maulana has concerns about the establishment’s engagement with the clergy without taking him on board.
An aspect of the Azadi March is the growing anti-establishment sentiment in the new madressah generation.
Giving more food or money to the poor is not a remedy for the curse of poverty.
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Apparently, the Taliban have not yet worked out a post-peace deal strategy.
Power elites are neither empathetic nor do they promote peace narratives to curb divisiveness.
Some say that growing international pressure has led the power elites to rethink their reliance on the clergy.
Perhaps it is high time for us to rid ourselves of the illusion of a united Muslim world.
The dynamics of the insurgency in occupied Kashmir will be different this time.
It will be a test case for the premier and military leadership to fulfil the international community’s expectations.
The intersection of maulvis, militants and the military is a complex web of overlapping and opposing interests.
Pakistan’s renewed anti-militant campaign is hindered by several factors.
Dignity and empowerment may be more important than economics or security.
India is determined to undermine Pakistan’s role in emerging global and regional alliances.
An anthology of essays on the critical challenges facing Pakistan tries to identify the reasons for the chronic problems