Only Bhutto had a clear, but weakly run, pro-poor agenda.
Our ability to tackle the crises is stymied by nasty politics.
Narrow politics and non-civilian sway have undercut our progress.
Political gaps at birth were compounded by postnatal threats.
Many analysts still see the incumbent rulers as the lesser evil.
Ending dynastic politics artificially won’t lead to merit in politics.
We need a new economic model that ends our perennial issues.
PTI left behind a worse economic crisis than PPP and PML-N...
PPP and PML-N learned their lesson during the Musharraf era.
We must focus on the path that provides the best chance.
The current set-up may do better than the PTI.
It seems the PTI can only operate in two modes.
The PTI has wreaked havoc in key areas.
PTI will try to cling to power for as long as it can.
Human existence is returning to the law of the jungle.
Rarely have we achieved even the most basic goal.
Informal wiggle room still gives the executive sway over SBP.
Parliament is seen as a cesspool of everything wrong.
The game has seemingly reached the phase of stalemate rather than checkmate.
The role of state founders after freedom is mixed.